The Voyage to Illyria: A New Study of Shakespeare
First published in 1937.
This study argues that the plays of Shakespeare must be studied by comparison with each other and not as separate entities; that they must be related to one another, to the poems and to the Sonnets; that each individual play acquires a deeper significance from its setting in the corpus. Muir and O'Loughlin's critical analysis takes place against the personality of Shakespeare, asserting that that despite all their diversities a single mind and a single hand dominate them and that they are the outcome of one man's critical and emotional reactions to life.
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TUTELAGE Part I
TUTELAGE Part II
JOURNEY TO THE PHOENIX
AFTER THE STORM
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A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare: The sonnets. 1944
Snippet view - 1944
The Tragicall History of Christopher Marlowe, Volume 2
No preview available - 1970