Who's who in Shakespeare

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Psychology Press, 2002 - Literary Criticism - 228 pages
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From Antonio to Yorrick, Macbeth to Mercutio, this is a complete and handy A-Z guide to the men and women who throng Shakespeare's plays. An invaluable reference for Shakespeare lovers, it includes quotations from famous critics.Who's Who in Shakespeare presents a complete and handy guide to the men and women who throng Shakespeare's plays. It provides:* detailed biographical information on each leading figure* analyses of the role and significance of each minor figure* a reliable guide to the huge Shakespearian canon for student and teacher* quotations from famous critics* useful information on some of Shakespeare's sources.From Antonio to Yorick, Macbeth to Mercutio, this book embraces the breadth and depth of the world's most important playwright.
 

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The late Peter Quennell is the author of Shakespeare: The Poet and is Background and co-author of A History of English Literature. Hamish Johnson is a lecturer in English at the Open University and co-author of A History of English Literature.

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