Shakespeare the Papist

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Sapientia Press, 2005 - Literary Collections - 308 pages
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In these brief, readable, and insightful essays, Fr. Milward delves into the poetry of Hopkins and his central ideas on God the Trinity, the self, nature and people.

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Contents

Shakespeares Papist Background
1
Papist Apprentice
21
Towards a Catholic Comedy
43
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Peter Milward is a Jesuit priest, literary scholar, and author of a number of volumes on Shakespearean drama. He is professor emeritus of English literature at Sophia University in Tokyo, where he was director of the Renaissance Centre and for many years a leading figure in scholarship on English Renaissance literature.

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