Mini-Set B: Critical Studies

Mini-Set B: Critical Studies

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During the three hundred years since his death Shakespeare has not merely retained his hold upon the English stage, but has also penetrated globally. No other writer can claim the position he occupies. When confronted with the enormous array of critics, it can be difficult to reach a reasoned judgement on Shakespeare's works. Routledge Library Editions: Shakespeare (Critical Studies) provides 38 volumes of some of the best critical writing on Shakespeare published in the twentieth century (but also includes much earlier pieces, some from the seventeenth century). The authors represented here include: John Baxter, M C Bradbrook, Anthony Brennan, Wolgang Clemen, Uma Ellis-Fermor, Benjamin Ifor Evans, Reginald Foakes, Terence Hawkes, T R Henn, Frank Kermode, Maynard Mack, Kenneth Muir, Allardyce Nicoll, Brian Vickers and Stanley Wells.
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  • Hardback
  • 138 x 216mm | 17,640.21g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0415490359
  • 9780415490351

Table of contents

1. John Baxter, Shakespeare's Poetic Styles, 1980.Hb: 0-415-35272-X2. Francis Berry, The Shakespeare Inset, 1965Hb: 0-415-3527383. M. C. Bradbrook, Shakespeare, 1978Hb: 0-415-35274-64. Anthony Brennan, Shakespeare's Dramatic Structures, 1986Hb: 0-415-35275-45. John Russell Brown, Focus on Macbeth, 1982Hb: 0-415-35276-26. Wolfgang Clemen and Ingeborg Boltz, Shakespeare's Soliloquies, 1987Hb: 0-415-35277-07. Wolfgang Clemen, Shakespeare's Dramatic Art, 1972Hb: 0-415-35278-98. Wolfgang Clemen, Commentary on Shakespeare's Richard III, 1968Hb: 0-415-35279-79. Wolfgang Clemen, The Development of Shakespeare's Imagery, 1951Hb: 0-415-35280-010. George Ian Duthie, Shakespeare, 1951Hb: 0-415-35281-911. Philip Edwards, Shakespeare and the Confines of Art, 1968Hb: 0-415-35282-712. Una Ellis-Fermor, Shakespeare the Dramatist, 1961Hb: 0-415-35283-513. Una Ellis-Fermor, Shakespeare's Drama, 1980Hb: 0-415-35284-314. B. I. Evans, The Language of Shakespeare' s Plays, 1952Hb: 0-415-35285-115. R. A. Foakes, Coleridge on Shakespeare, 1971Hb: 0-415-35286-X16. R. A. Foakes, Shakespeare, 1971Hb: 0-415-35287-817. Russel A. Fraser, Shakespeare's Poetics, 1962Hb: 0-415-35288-618. Roland Mushat Frye, Shakespeare, 1982Hb: 0-415-35289-419. H. N. Gibson, The Shakespeare Claimants, 1962Hb: 0-415-35290-820. Hubert Griffith, Iconoclastes, 1927Hb: 0-415-35291-621. T. Hawkes, That Shakespeherian Rag, 1986Hb: 0-415-35292-422. T. R. Henn, The Living Image, 1972Hb: 0-415-35293-223. F. Kermode, Shakespeare, Spencer, Donne, 1971Hb: 0-415-35294-024. J. B. Leishman, Themes and Variations in Shakespeare's Sonnets, 1961Hb: 0-415-35295-925. M. Mack, King Lear in out Time, 1966Hb: 0-415-35296-726. K. Muir, Shakespeare as a Collaborator, 1960Hb: 0-415-35297-527. K. Muir, Shakespeare's Sonnets, 1979Hb: 0-41535298-328. K. Muir, The Sources of Shakespeare's Plays, 1977Hb: 0-415-35299-129. K. Muir & S. O'Loughlin, 1937Hb: 0-415-35300-930. A. Nicoll, Shakespeare, 1952Hb: 0-415-35301-731. Fitzroy Pyle, The Winter's Tale, 1969Hb: 0-415-35304-132. E. Schanzer, Problem plays of Shakespeare, 1963Hb: 0-415-35305-X33. Francis A. Shirley, Swearing and Perjury in Shakespeare's Plays, 1979Hb: 0-415-35306-834. B. Vickers, The Artistry of Shakespeare's Prose, 1979Hb: 0-415-35307-635. S. Wells, Literature and Drama, 1970Hb: 0-415-35308-436. Father Claude Williamson, Readings on the Character of Hamlet, 1950Hb: 0-415-35309-2
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