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An Essay on the Tragedy of "Arden of Feversham"

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  • 28 Seiten
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Excerpt from An Essay on the Tragedy of "Arden of Feversham": Being the Substance of a Paper Read at the Meeting of the Kent Archaeological Society Held at Faversham, in July, 1872

A tragedy once ascribed to Shakespeare, and at first printed with others among his unquestioned Plays may be presumed, even allowing for the rudeness of the time in which it was written, to have possessed no ordinary merit Professor Tieck, whose Essays on Shakespeare and translation of his plays entitled him to give a sound Opinion on the matter, inclined to think that Arden of Faversham is a genuine work of our great National poet. Perhaps his judgment would have been different had he been a native of England, and not merely an excellent English scholar. True it is that the Speeches in this Tragedy have in them some passion and pathos, but there is a great sameness, a lack of variety and contrast. There are no traces of the active fancy and exuberant art of Shakespeare. To fathom the bent or depth of thought, to follow his images, Shakes peare requires strict attention in the reader. Whereas he that runs may read and fully comprehend Arden of Faversham. Allow ance indeed being made for the age of the language in which it is written.

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Titel: An Essay on the Tragedy of "Arden of Feversham"
Untertitel: Being the Substance of a Paper Read at the Meeting of the Kent Archaeological Society Held at Faversham, in July, 1872 (Classic Reprint)
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EAN: 9781333767525
ISBN: 1333767528
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 28
Gewicht: 54g
Größe: H229mm x B152mm x T1mm
Jahr: 2016