The Meaning Of Shakespeare, Volume 2

Paperback | September 15, 1960

byHarold C. Goddard

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In two magnificent and authoritative volumes, Harold C. Goddard takes readers on a tour through the works of William Shakespeare, celebrating his incomparable plays and unsurpassed literary genius.

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"An excellent work: personal, well-considered, responsible, and provocative. The approach to Shakespeare is always absolutely fresh, and ... its discoveries many and valuable". -- Mark Van Doren

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In two magnificent and authoritative volumes, Harold C. Goddard takes readers on a tour through the works of William Shakespeare, celebrating his incomparable plays and unsurpassed literary genius.

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In two magnificent and authoritative volumes, Harold C. Goddard takes readers on a tour through the works of William Shakespeare, celebrating his incomparable plays and unsurpassed literary genius.

Harold C. Goddard (1878-1950) was the head of the English Department at Swarthmore College from 1909 to 1946.

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The Meaning Of Shakespeare, Volume 1
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Format:PaperbackDimensions:306 pages, 8 × 5.25 × 0.9 inPublished:September 15, 1960Publisher:University Of Chicago Press

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ISBN - 10:0226300420

ISBN - 13:9780226300429

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Table of Contents

XXIV. TROILUS AND CRESSIDA
XXV. ALL'S WELL THAT ENDS WELL
XXVI. MEASURE FOR MEASURE
XXVII. OTHELLO
XXVIII. MACBETH
XXIX. KING LEAR
XXX. TIMON OF ATHENS
XXXI. ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA
XXXII. CORIOLANUS
XXXIII. PERICLES
XXXIV. CYMBELINE
XXXV. THE WINTER'S TALE
XXXVI. THE TEMPEST
ACKNOLEDGMENTS
INDEX

From Our Editors

"An excellent work: personal, well-considered, responsible, and provocative. The approach to Shakespeare is always absolutely fresh, and ... its discoveries many and valuable". -- Mark Van Doren