Joseph C. Tardiff
Gale Research International, Limited, 1992 - 464 Seiten
Annotation Beginning with Volume 13 in the series, Shakespeare Criticism has been published as an annual selection of noteworthy contributions to Shakespearean scholarship published during the previous year. Seventeen of the essays in SC19 originally appeared as chapters in books. The 26 journal articles included are drawn from ten different periodicals. Together, these 43 essays provide current assessments of nearly three-quarters of the Shakespeare canon. Addressed to a wide audience, including advanced secondary school students, undergraduate and graduate students, and teachers. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
Taming the Womans
Antipholus Katherine and Proteus
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