Wise Hereafter: Observations on Shakespeare's The Tempest
Greenwich Exchange, 2004 - 88 pages
This is a penetrating and exciting analysis of one of Shakespeare's most elusive plays. This constitutes an entirely fresh approach to The Tempest: that does not apportion blame for what happens on the Island; does not portray human beings as either Angels or Demons; it provides a new point of departure for teachers and students in their appreciation of this play.
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