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Two Shakespearean Sequences: Henry VI to Richard II and Pericles to Timon of ...
F W Brownlow
Sin vista previa disponible - 2013
Alcibiades allegory Ariel artist audience audience's beauty Bolingbroke Caliban Cardenio cause character Clarence Clifford comedy comic conscience criticism crown Cymbeline death drama dramatist dream Elizabethan England evil eyes Falconbridge feeling fiction Gloucester Gloucester's gods Gower Hamlet hath Henry VIII Henry's hero human Iachimo idea imagery imagination Imogen innocence irony kind King John King Lear King's Knight's Tale language Leontes London Marina means mind moral motive murder narrative nature Noble Kinsmen Pandulph Perdita Pericles pity play play's action plot poet poetic political Polixenes Posthumus Prince Prospero Queen readers reason Richard Richard II Romantic says scene seems sense Shake Shakespeare shows soliloquy soul speaks speare's spectator speech stage story style symbol Tempest theatre Thebes thee theme Theseus things thou Timon of Athens truth Tudor turns Winter's Tale Wolsey Wolsey's words York York's Yorkists