Atlantic Publishers & Dist, 2010 - 444 Seiten
In This Book Bradley Approaches The Major Tragedies Of Shakespeare Through An Extended Study Of The Characters, Who Were Presented As Personalities Independent Of Their Place In The Plays. Though His Approach Has Been Questioned Since The 1930S, The Work Is Considered A Classical Masterpiece And Is Still Widely Read.The Book Studies In Detail Four Tragedies Of Shakespeare, Namely, Hamlet, Othello, King Lear And Macbeth. But Much That Is Said On The Main Preliminary Subjects Holds Good, Within Certain Limits, Of Other Dramas Of Shakespeare. Of Course, It Will Apply To These Other Works Only In Part, And To Some Of Them More Fully Than To Others.
THE SUBSTANCE OF SHAKESPEAREAN TRAGEDY
CONSTRUCTION IN SHAKESPEARES TRAGEDIES
SHAKESPEARES TRAGIC PERIOD HAMLET
Othello in the Temptation scene
Questions as to Othello IV I
Two passages in the last scene of Othello
Othello on Desdemonas last words
Did Emilia suspect Iago?
Iagos suspicion regarding Cassio and Emilia
King Lear and Timon of Athens
Did Shakespeare shorten King Lear?
Events before the opening of the action in Hamlet
Where was Hamlet at the time of his fathers death?
My tables meet it is I set it down
The Ghost in the cellarage
The Players speech in Hamlet
Hamlets apology to Laertes
The exchange of rapiers
The duration of the action in Othello
The additions in the Folio text of Othello The Pontic sea
Movements of the dramatis persona in King Lear II
Suspected interpolations in King Lear
The staging of the scene of Lears reunion with Cordelia
The Battle in King Lear
Some difficult passages in King Lear
Suspected interpolations in Macbeth
Has Macbeth been abridged?
The date of Macbeth Metrical Tests
When was the murder of Duncan first plotted?
Did Lady Macbeth really faint?
Duration of the action in Macbeth Macbeths age He has no children
The Ghost of Banquo
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