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Shakespeare's Tragedies: An Introduction

Dieter Mehl - Drama - 1986 - 272 pages
This book introduces the students and the general reader to Shakespeare's tragedies and to the problems of interpreting them. Traditional questions and answers regarding the ...
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Performing Shakespeare's Tragedies Today: The Actor's Perspective

Michael Dobson - Drama - 2006 - 144 pages
A collection of essays by major Shakespearean actors on playing particular roles in Shakespeare's tragedies, first published in 2006.
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Shakespeare's Tragic Skepticism

Millicent Bell - Drama - 2002 - 283 pages
Readers of Shakespeare's greatest tragedies have long noted the absence of readily explainable motivations for some of Shakespeare's greatest characters: Why does Hamlet delay ...
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Imperialism and Its Contradictions

Victor Gordon Kiernan, Harvey J. Kaye - History - 1995 - 218 pages
V.G. Kiernan is recognised as one of the most remarkable historians of the 20th. Sensitive to the tragic and ironic character of human history, he addresses the origins ...
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America, the New Imperialism: From White Settlement to World Hegemony

Victor Gordon Kiernan - Political Science - 1978 - 440 pages
The invasion and occupation of Iraq have sparked considerable discussion about the nature of American imperialism, but most of it is focused on the short term. The classical ...
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Shakespeare, Poet and Citizen

Victor Gordon Kiernan - Literary Criticism - 1993 - 261 pages
In this book the distinguished historian Victor Kiernan makes a case for seeing Shakespeare as a writer profoundly sensitive to the great social and political upheavals through ...
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From conquest to collapse: European empires from 1815 to 1960

Victor Gordon Kiernan - History - 1982 - 285 pages
Chronicles the rise of European empires in the post-Napoleonic era and their dismantling in the twentieth century, analyzing the effects of empire-building on the politics and ...
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