Emblem, Iconography, and Drama
Clifford Davidson, Luis Rene Gámez, John H. Stroupe
Medieval Institute Publications, Western Michigan University, 1995 - Literary Collections - 182 pages
Eight iconographic studies by American, Australian, and British scholars that focus on Shakespeare and his contemporaries and on the interconnectedness of their art with the visual language of their time. Reprinted from Comparative Drama.
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