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First published in 1951. The edition reprints the second, updated, edition, of 1977. When first published this book quickly established itself as the standard survey of Shakespeare's imagery considered as an integral part of the development of Shakespeare's dramatic art. By illustrating, through the use of examples the progressive stages of Shakespeare's use of imagery, and in relating it to the structure, style and subject matter of the plays, the book throws new light on the dramatist's creative genius. The second edition includes a new preface and an up-to-date bibliography.
Critical Approaches to Shakespeare constituye la materia de la asignatura El Teatro de Shakespeare. El principal objetivo que persigue este volumen es ofrecer al alumno interesado en la obra de William Shakespeare una amplia visión de la recepción crítica de su obra desde el siglo XVII hasta nuestros días y adentrarlos en el mundo shakespeariano a través del análisis pormenorizado de dos de sus mejores tragedias: Hamlet y Macbeth.
This guide helps students navigate A.C. Bradley's classic text, while providing an important commentary on the value of Bradley's approach and how it can be adapted to present-day interests. John Russell Brown highlights the advantages of understanding Bradley's methods and provides major insights for any student of Shakespeare.
This collection of nineteen essays focuses on the ways in which, in England, France and Spain, the Renaissance made propagandistic, or aesthetic, use of the image in various spectacles. Under surface differences between genres, what emerges is a surprising similarity in tactics and response, which invites further questioning about image elaboration and its reception.

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