An approach to Shakespeare / D.A. Traversi.

Third edition, rev. and expanded, rev. Anchor edition.. Garden City, New York : Anchor Books, Doubleday and Company, [1969] .

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Subjects Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616.
Description 2 volumes (xxiv, 376; xxii, 365 pages) ; 18 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes "Conceived as an expansion of my earlier book, originally published under the same title as long ago as 1938, and reissued in considerably longer form in 1956"--Author's note, page [v], volume 1.
"Dealing with material not included in the 1956 edition, the first volume of the newly expanded third edition ... sheds new light on the playwright's early work"--Back cover, volume 1.
"The second volume of the newly expanded third edition ... is a revision of the material contained in the 1956 edition and concentrates on the problem plays and the tragedies."--Back cover, volume 1.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents volume [1]. From Henry VI to Twelfth night -- volume [2]. From Trolius and Cressida to The tempest.
volume [1]. From Henry VI to Twelfth night: Author's note. Introduction. I. The early chronicle plays. Henry VI, part I ; Henry VI, part II ; Henry VI, part III ; Richard III. II. Titus Andronicus. III. The early comedies. The comedy of errors ; The taming of the shrew ; Two gentleman of Verona ; Love's labour's lost. IV. The sonnets. . Henry VI, part I . From Romeo and Juliet to Richard II. Romeo and Juliet ; A midsummer night's dream ; Richard II. VI. King John and The Merchant of Venice. King John ; The merchant of Venice. VII. Henry IV, parts I and II, and Henry V. Henry IV, part I Henry IV, part II ; Henry V ; The merry wives of Windsor. VIII. The great comedies. Much ado about nothing ; As you like it ; Twelfth night.
volume [2]. From Trolius and Cressida to The tempest: Introduction. I. The problem plays. Troilus and Cressida ; Hamlet ; Measure for measure ; All's well that ends well. II. The mature tragedies. Othello ; Macbeth ; King Lear ; Timon of Athens. III. The Roman tragedies. Julius Caesar ; Anthony and Cleopatra ; Coriolanus. IV. The final romances. Pericles, Prince of Tyre ; Cymbeline ; The winter's tale ; The tempest.
Genre Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1011
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WorldCat Identities Traversi, Derek, 1912-2005.
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