Eight Tragedies of Shakespeare: A Marxist Study
In this companion volume to Shakespeare: Poet and Citizen, Victor Kiernan sets out to rescue Shakespearean studies from the increasingly solipsistic terrain of literary criticism, focusing on historical location as a means to understanding his work.
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The Condition of England
The Tragic Road
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