Shakespeare

The Invention of the Human

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Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human is the culmination of Harold Bloom's life's work in reading, writing about, and teaching Shakespeare. It is his passionate and convincing analysis of the way in which Shakespeare not merely represented human ...Continua
Ha scritto il 07/03/09
for bloom shakespeare invented the notion of human "as we continue to know it", not only for the english speaking and western world, but for all cultures. i cannot honestly say i was able to grasp all the links and ideas in the book, but every time ...Continua
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Ha scritto il 28/08/07
A deeply interesting book that analyzes each and every one of Shakespeare's plays showing how the Bard "invented" the human as we know it. In terms of a being capable of self reflection and self evolution.At times it is heavy going, but the parts ...Continua

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