Russell & Russell, 1962 - 417 oldal
Thomas Marc Parrott offers readers introductions to Shakespeare's works, groupings according to genre and a play-by-play recital of the Shakespeare canon, and a notation of success or failure of the plays as determined by sixteenth century and modern audiences with the expectation that readers can clearly understand the method of Shakespeare's comedies.
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Nem találtunk ismertetőket a szokott helyeken.
THE MEDIEVAL BACKGROUND
THE IMPACT OF THE RENAISSANCE
THE NEW COMEDY
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