The Language of Shakespeare's Plays
Psychology Press, 2005 - 206 páginas
First published in 1952.
This volume explores the function of verse in drama and the developing way in which Shakespeare controlled the rhetorical and decorative elements of speech for the dramatic purpose.
The Language of Shakespeare's Plays explores the plays chronologically and so covers all the outstanding problems of Shakespearian language in a way that makes reference easy, without any loss of a continuing narrative.
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Loves Labours Lost I
FROM WORDS TO ACTION AND FROM WORDS
Henry VI Parts I II
A MidsummerNights Dream
Romeo and Juliet
Henry IV Part I and Part II
The Merry Wives
Measure for Measure Alls Well That Ends Well
Othello and Macbeth
Julius Caesar Antony
Cymbeline The Winters Tale The Tempest
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Palavras e frases frequentes
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