Shakespeare's Political Drama: The History Plays and the Roman Plays

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Routledge, 1. 1. 1988 - Počet stran: 266
In "Shakespeare's Politcal Drama, "Alexander Leggatt concentrates on the ordering and enforcing, the gaining and losing, of public power in the state, in the English and Roman histories. He sees Shakespeare not as the propogandist for a myth of order, but as concerned both with things as they are and with things as they ought to be. Leggatt sees each play as a fresh experiment, so that what emerges is not a single homogeneous view of Shakespearean politics but a series of explorations of differing material.

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Alexander Leggatt is Professor of English at University College, University of Toronto.

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