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 ...
The “ Russians ” of the present play are accompanied , rather strangely , by blackamoors , who may be a reflection of the “ Negro Tartars ” of the Gray's Inn revel ; and Rosaline's jibe at v . ii . 393 , " sea - sick , I think , coming ...
For every other play Shakespeare is known to have used some documentary original . Moreover the description on the title - page of the 1598 Quartonewly corrected and augmented ” -suggests the existence of an earlier printed edition ...