The Man, Shakespeare - And his Tragic Life Story
Read Books Ltd, 2020. febr. 20. - 392 oldal
“The Man, Shakespeare - And his Tragic Life Story” is a 1909 work by Frank Harris that explores the character of Shakespeare by analysing that of his most notable characters. This fascinating volume offers a unique insight into the world-famous playwright, constituting a must-read for fans of Shakespeare's timeless work. Contents include: “Hamlet: Romeo—Jaques”, “Hamlet—Macbeth”, “Duke Vincentio—Posthumous”, “Shakespeare's Men Of Action: The Bastard, Arthur, And King Richard II”, “Shakespeare's Men Of Action (continued) Hot-Spur, Henry V., Richard III”, “Shakespeare's Men Of Action (Concluded): King Henry VI And Richard III”, “Shakespeare As Lyric Poet: “Twelfth Night”, etc. Frank Harris (1855–1931) was an Irish-American novelist, editor, journalist, publisher, and short story writer who had acquaintances with many famous people of his day. Other notable works by this author include: “Confessional” (1930), “The Yellow Ticket And Other Stories” (1914), and “Contemporary Portraits” (1915–1923). This classic work is being republished now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with an introductory biography of the author.
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PART II OTHELLO
PART I TROILUS AND CRESSIDA
PART II ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA
KING HENRY VI
BIRON ADRIANA VALENTINE
SHAKESPEARE AS ANTONIO THE MERCHANT
TIMON OF ATHENS
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