Byron & Shakespeare - Wils Kni
Routledge, 28.10.2013 г. - 408 страници
In this volume, G. Wilson Knight deals with the "superabundance of analogies between Byron and Shakespeare" through analysis and literarty criticism of poetry, sonnets and essays.
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II Sonnets and Seraphs
III A Regency Hamlet
IV Falstaff and Comedy
V Richard III and Macbeth
VI Timon and Shylock
VII Antony and Cleopatras Othello
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action Antony appears beauty become Cain called cause Childe Harold Cleopatra corresponds dark death Don Juan drama dream earth England existence experience fear feel felt given Greece Hamlet heart Henry Hobhouse honour human imagination Italy Journal kind King Lady Lady Melbourne least leaving less letter light lines living Lord Byron Macbeth Manfred March marriage means mind Moore moral Murray mystery nature never once Parry passage passion perhaps period phrase play poem poet poetic poetry political present quoted reason records reference regarded relation remained Richard seems seen sense sexual Shakespeare's Shakespearian society Sonnets soul spirit strong suggests symbol tells Tempest thee things thinking thou thought Timon told tone true truth turn VIII whole writes written wrote young youth