The Tragedies of William Shakespeare by Kathleen Kuiper
By Kathleen Kuiper
Shakespeare's present for writing tragedies used to be strong certainly. His skill to create epic tragic characters—think Hamlet, Lear, and the star-crossed Romeo and Juliet—and situations is nearly unrivalled. Readers learn the Bard's significant tragedies and their value, and comment on the nation of theatre and dramatic functionality in Shakespeare's England for solid degree.
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