Reading and writing in Shakespeare
University of Delaware Press, 1996 - Drama - 289 pages
These essays range from typography to theology, from epistemology to ethics, from class to culture, from gender to genre, from letters to literature. The y end by confronting the connections between writing. printing, reading, interpretation, and authorship.
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