Love's Labour's Lost
MesaView, Incorporated, 1956 - 196 Seiten
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Shakespeare , it is clear , hugely enjoyed writing the play , and his gusto , his drive , his delighted discovery of the buoyancy of his own genius , carries his audience away with him . It is fascinating , too , to recognize here ...
William Shakespeare. Love's Labour's Lost . But the peculiarities and corruptions that can only be due to a manuscript original are surely too many to be explained either ( a ) as originating entirely from the mere MS . corrections made ...
T. W. Baldwin , in Shakespeare's Five Act Structure , 1947 , argues that this is the most primitive , the least classical in form of all Shakespeare's plays , and therefore the earliest . Its peculiarities of construction may just as ...