William Shakespeare: His work
Scribner, 1985 - England - 954 pages
Contains sixty original essays by historians, scholars, critics, writers, and actors, which provide a variety of perspectives on the world, work, and influence of sixteenth-century playwright and poet William Shakespeare.
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This collection of 60 original essays delivers what its subtitle promises, a comprehensive background to Shakespeare studies, valuable to scholars and general readers alike. The high-quality essays ... Read full review
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