1st Edition

Routledge Library Editions: Study of Shakespeare
14 Volume Set

ISBN 9780367673109
Published March 31, 2021 by Routledge
3784 Pages

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Book Description

This 14-volume set contains titles originally published between 1926 and 1992. An eclectic mix, this collection examines Shakespeare’s work from a number of different perspectives, looking at history, language, performance and more it includes references to many of his plays as well as his sonnets.

Table of Contents

1. Reflections from Shakespeare: A Series of Lectures Lena Ashwell; Roger Pocock (Ed.) (1926)

2. Shakespeare and Tragedy John Bayley (1981)

3. Human Conflict in Shakespeare S. C. Boorman (1987)

4. Onstage and Offstage Worlds in Shakespeare’s Plays Anthony Brennan (1989)

5. Public and Private Man in Shakespeare J. M. Gregson (1983)

6. What's in Shakespeare's Names Murray J. Levith (1957)

7. "Fanned and Winnowed Opinions": Shakespearean Essays Presented to Harold Jenkins John W. Mahon & Thomas A. Pendleton (Eds) (1984)

8. The Politics of Tragicomedy: Shakespeare and After Gordon McMullan & Jonathan Hope (1992)

9. Shakespeare’s Other Language Ruth Nevo (1987)

10. The Moral Universe of Shakespeare’s Problem Plays Vivian Thomas (1987)

11. Shakespeare’s Roman Worlds Vivian Thomas (1989)

12. Returning to Shakespeare Brian Vickers (1989)

13. A Specimen of a Commentary on Shakespeare Walter Whiter; Alan Over & Mary Bell (Eds) (1794/1967)

14. Shakespeare’s Sugared Sonnets Katharine M. Wilson (1974)

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