The Written Word: And Other Essays; Lectures Delivered Before the Centre College of Kentucky
University of North Carolina Press, 1953 - Počet stran: 90
Craig discusses the impact of modern thought and invention upon literature's essential business of communication; the continuing vitality of a classic as illustrated by the abiding influence of Lucian; and the significance of the relationship between Hamlet and Ophelia.
Originally published in 1953.
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