Shakespeare: la invención de lo humano

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Editorial Norma, 1998 - 734 pages
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User Review  - AliceAnna - LibraryThing

A scholarly, yet not pretentious look at Shakespeare's works as a reflection of human nature. A very good reference work. Read Bloom's take on any play before reading/seeing it, and you will surely get much more out of it. Read full review

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User Review  - HadriantheBlind - LibraryThing

Typical Bloom - some extremely insightful and enlightening insights, and some that are completely bizarre and absurd. Good for referencing Shakespeare and for finding interesting bits. I admit that ... Read full review

Contents

Quinta parte LAS GRANDES HISTORIAS
265
6 Ricardo II
267
Enrique i
290
Las alegres comadres de Windsor
331
Enrique V
335
Sexta parte LAS OBRAS PROBLEMA
341
Troilo y Crésida
343
Bien está lo que bien acaba
360
Mírco Antonio y Cleopatra
546
Octava parte
573
EPÍLOGO TRÁGICO 28 Conoano
576
Timón de Atenas
585
Novena parte
597
LAS ÚLTIMAS HISTORIAS CABALLERESCAS 30 Perieles
599
Cimbelino
609
E cuento de invierno
633

Medida por medida
372
Séptima parte LAS GRANDES TRAGEDIAS
395
Hamlet
397
Ofeo
441
E rey Lear
482
Macbeth
518
La tempestad
655
Enrique VIH
676
Dos nobles de la misma sangre
683
ía diferencia shakespeareana
703
primer plano
725
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