Shakespearean Criticism, Volume 52
Michelle Lee, Kathy D. Darrow
Gale Research International, Limited, 2000 - Literary Criticism - 420 pages
Annotation For a convenient introduction to Shakespearean topics, plays and poems, start with this authoritative resource. Beginning with Volume 27, this illustrated series focuses on criticism published after 1960 and provides the reader with a thematic approach to Shakespeare's works. An introduction, criticism, annotated bibliography and cumulative index to topics help users organize their research, making diligent inquiry quick and easy. The series also offers an annual compilation of essays that represent the year's most noteworthy contributions to Shakespearean scholarship.
Morality in Shakespeares Works
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