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The Comedy of Errors

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Klappentext In the Shakespearean play that most closely resembles farce! two sets of identical twins! each separated for years! ar... Lire la suite
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Klappentext In the Shakespearean play that most closely resembles farce! two sets of identical twins! each separated for years! arrive in Ephesus! setting off a madcap series of events and leaving a trail of confusion and mistaken identity in their wake. While evoking one of Shakespeare's recurring themes--the restorative power of love--this early work contains some of the playwright's developing insights on the human condition and presents a portrait of women's various roles in Elizabethan society. With an introduction from Shakespearean scholar Harold Bloom! plus a plot synopsis and a brief biography of Shakespeare! this volume of critical essays will assist students studying The Comedy of Errors. Zusammenfassung Focuses on how our relationship with the works of Shakespeare has evolved through the ages. This title features: a selection of criticism on the work through the centuries; introductory essays on the development of criticism on the work in each century; and! a brief biography of Shakespeare.

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In the Shakespearean play that most closely resembles farce, two sets of identical twins, each separated for years, arrive in Ephesus, setting off a madcap series of events and leaving a trail of confusion and mistaken identity in their wake. While evoking one of Shakespeare's recurring themes--the restorative power of love--this early work contains some of the playwright's developing insights on the human condition and presents a portrait of women's various roles in Elizabethan society. With an introduction from Shakespearean scholar Harold Bloom, plus a plot synopsis and a brief biography of Shakespeare, this volume of critical essays will assist students studying The Comedy of Errors.



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Focuses on how our relationship with the works of Shakespeare has evolved through the ages. This title features: a selection of criticism on the work through the centuries; introductory essays on the development of criticism on the work in each century; and, a brief biography of Shakespeare.

Informations sur le produit

Titre: The Comedy of Errors
Auteur:
Code EAN: 9781604137200
ISBN: 978-1-60413-720-0
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Chelsea House Publishers
Genre: Ecole et didactique
nombre de pages: 242
Poids: 485g
Taille: H241mm x B162mm x T18mm
Année: 2010