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Shakespeare's Early Tragedies By Edited by Neil Taylor

Shakespeare's Early Tragedies
by Edited by Neil Taylor

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Part of the "Casebook Series", this book concentrates on Shakespeare's three early tragedies, with emphasis on 20th century published criticism. Attention is paid to criticism which has built on the potential for theatrical realization.
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements.- General Editor's Preface.- Introduction PART 1: EARLY CRITICISM 1687-1943.- On Richard III Titus Andronicus Romeo and Juliet.- PART 2: MODERN CRITICISM Richard III and the Tudor Myth Angel with Horns.- The Paradox of Power in Richard III.- Acting Richard III.- The Aesthetics of Multilation.- Shakespeare's Earliest Tragedies.- Titus Andronicus and Romeo and Juliet.- Strange Images of Death Word play in Romeo and Juliet.- The Comic Matrix of Romeo and Juliet.- The Unity of Romeo and Juliet.- Select Bibliography.- Notes on Contributors.- Index.

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Shakespeare's Early Tragedies by Edited by Neil Taylor
Edited by Neil Taylor
Casebooks Series
Used - Very Good
Palgrave Macmillan
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