Jacobean Shakespeare

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Publisher : Sapientia Classics

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Page : 182 pages

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The eminent Shakespeare scholar Peter Milward, S.J. here presents an analysis of Shakespeare's late plays that is both accessible to beginners and beneficial to seasoned scholars.

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