Author(s): Germaine Greer


"[T]his slim committed to a description of Shakespeare's thought as it is evinced in the works which he has left us." Noted feminist and internationally bestselling author Germaine Greer explores Shakespeare as a thinker, unraveling the methods he used to dramatize moral and intellectual issues. Her astute and highly original look at the Bard covers his life, his poetics and politics, his characters (especially his "passionate and pure" females), his audience, and his theater--all placed in the larger context of Elizabethan society and culture. As long as Shakespeare's work remains central to the English-speaking world, Greer concludes, it will retain the values that make it unique.

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General Fields

  • : 9780192875389
  • : Oxford University Press, Incorporated
  • : Oxford University Press, Incorporated
  • : 0.11113
  • : March 1986
  • : .402 Inches X 5.06 Inches X 7.75 Inches
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Germaine Greer
  • : Paperback
  • : very good
  • : 142