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Title The Drama of the Renaissance: essays for Leicester Bradner. Edited by Elmer M. Blistein.

Imprint Providence, R.I., Brown University Press, 1970.


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Description xiii, 199 p. 24 cm.
Contents The significance of Hamlet's advice to the players, by R. W. Battenhouse.--William Gager's Meleager and Ulysses Redux, by J. W. Binns.--Theme and structure in King Henry IV, part I, by F. Bowers.--Iago's "if"; an essay on the syntax of Othello, by M. Doran.--Tragedy in the Spanish Golden Age, by C. A. Jones.--Shakespeare's dark vocabulary, by P. A. Jorgensen.--The comedies of Calderon, by K. Muir.--La Venexiana in the light of recent criticism, by B. L. O. Richter.--Shakespeare the ignoramus, by S. Schoenbaum.--The comic view of life in Shakespeare's comedies, by M. A. Shaaber.--Notes (p. [181]-194).--Bibliography of Leicester Bradner (p. [197]-199)
Subject Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
European drama -- Renaissance, 1450-1600.
Added Author Blistein, Elmer M.
Bradner, Leicester, 1899-
ISBN 0870571176

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