The tragedy of King Lear

(The Bobbs-Merrill Shakespeare series)

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Harold Bloom begins his introduction to this text by claiming that nothing in language goes beyond The Tragedy of King Lear. This text includes a brief biography of William Shakespeare, thematic and structural analysis of the play, as well as a host
Ha scritto il 26/12/12
A classic already
It is such an amazing and touching story. As I was reading it I was little by little falling in love with the whole story. How can a man be so impetuous? Think twice before you speak, Lear, for there are none so blind as those who will not see!!
Ha scritto il 05/02/12
straordinario, unimitabile William shakespeare!
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Ha scritto il 26/11/11
"Vex not his ghost: O! let him pass; he hates him That would upon the rack of this tough world Stretch him out longer." (King Lear, Act V Scene III)
Ha scritto il 03/11/10
Capital in the great shakespearian dramatic era, probably it's the greatest one with Macbeth too. King Lear is all a big metaphor about the hierarchies' twisting and human crisis. In this drama sub plot is the real transfiguration of the main one, ...Continua
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Ha scritto il 15/06/09
"When we are born, we cry that we are come
To this great stage of fools."

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