Thomas Nelson and Sons, 1997 - 437 Seiten
In this edition, R.A. Foakes brings to bear a number of historical perspectives and critically addresses recent explorations of King Lear as a play of redemption, a play of despair and a play that destabilizes all commentary. Included is a composite text of Quarto and Folio versions, which allows readers to make their own editorial judgements.
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