Eight Tragedies of Shakespeare: A Marxist Study
Verso, 1996 - 296 páginas
The 17th century saw the brief flowering of tragic drama in Western Europe as a whole and in England in particular. This work argues that the artistic expression of the consciousness of change permeated every aspect of life during this period.
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