Love and Society in Shakespearean Comedy: A Study of Dramatic Form and Content
University of Delaware Press, 1985 - 203 pagina's
This book is about three of Shakespeare's comedies, The Merchant of Venice, Much Ado About Nothing, and Twelfth Night. The author discusses them as expressions of a single theory of comedy -- that is, that every element of these plays contributes to an anti-romantic interpretation -- and he interprets them only in light of this anti-romantic theory.
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This is a revisionist view of three of Shakespeare's comedies: The Merchant of Venice , Much Ado about Nothing , and Twelfth Night. Levin challenges the happy end by focusing on the outsiders in these ... Volledige review lezen