King Lear, William Shakespeare
Macmillan, 1993 - Lear, King (Legendary character), in literature - 189 pages
Looks at the diversity of the latest feminist, post-structuralist and new historicist accounts of King Lear. The contributors include Stephen Greenblatt, Terry Eagleton, Annabel Patterson and Jonathan Goldberg.
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The Humanity of King Lear
Plays Within Plays
Feminist Criticism and King Lear
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