The Court and the Castle: Some Treatments of a Recurrent Theme

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Yale University Press, 1957 - Literature, Modern - 319 pages
Creative writers have responded to the accumulated experience of their societies - to tradition, the rule of law, to kings and usurpers, to power.

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Was Hamlet without Will? 2 The Nature of Will 3 The Will of Kings
The Will of Usurpers
The Unresolved Historical Argument

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