Shakespeare Studies: Historical and Comparative in Method
Macmillan, 1927 - 502 pages
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according appears artist audience better called century chapter character comedy comic conscience contrast course coward critics death delight doubt drama dramatist effect Elizabethan English evidence eyes fact Falstaff follow ghost give given Hamlet hand heart Henry hero honour human Iago imagination instance Italy Jonson keep King Lady later least less light literature live Macbeth manner matter means measure merely method mind Molière moral motives murder nature never once opinion Othello passion person Plautus play poet popular present Prince Professor question reality reason remarks revenge Richard says scene seems seen sense Shake Shakespeare Shylock situation soliloquy speak speare spirit stage story sure taken thing thought tion touch tragedy true turn villain whole writing