Routledge, 2013年10月11日 - 312 頁
First published in 1938.
This is a survey of Shakepeare's comedies which illustrates the playwright's increasing grasp on the art and idea of comedy.
Themes, characters and plays covered include: Romanticism in Shakespearian comedy; Shakespeare's Jew, Falstaff, The Taming of the Shrew, A Midsummer Night's Dream, and The Dark Comedies.
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