William Shakespeare's King Lear

(Modern Critical Interpretations)

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King Lear is considered by many to be the finest tragedy in the English language, being our most complete and catastrophic tragedy. This volume gathers together some of the best and most diverse criticism of the play. Included in the essays are discu
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!! ...Continua
Ha scritto il 05/02/12

straordinario, unimitabile William shakespeare!

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)

Giulia Cavaliere
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, th...Continua
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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