Norman Jeffares V. Members with speakbitterness's books This information is loading. Loading may take as much as a minute if it hasn't been updated recently. If the differences between the editions are sufficiently crucial, I suggest it is worth purchasing individual plays anyway. As a close runner-up, there is G. Blakemore Evans Riverside , which has a less attractive layout than Bevington but comparable quality and consistency.
With binder's stamp to the verso of front endpaper. George Gilfillan 30 January 13 August was a Scottish author and poet. We're sorry; this specific copy is no longer available. Illustrated throughout with numerous vignettes. Journalist, when the bankers, dunned for deposits in their hands, are compelled to be as rigorous with those who have received advances from themthat awful day, when the hundreds of thousands, nay millions, hitherto divided between the Banks and the public, must be all called up at once, and accounts between them closedthat settling day will be remembered as long in Scotland as ever was the Mirk Monday The Collected Poems of Maurice read pdf read The Collected Poems of Maurice Baring - Scholar's Choice Edition book! With a portrait frontispiece.
To be avoided are The New Oxford Shakespeare ed. Taylor, Jowett, Bourus, and Egan , both of which represent the worst trends in Shakespeare editing of the last 40 years, making perverse and unhelpful changes throughout. The Pelican Shakespeare ed. Orgel and Braunmuller reflects some of these unfortunate tendencies as well and is not recommended. The Norton Shakespeare 2nd Edition edited by Greenblatt, Cohen, Howard, and Maus took the Oxford text as its basis and so disqualifies itself on that account.
The Norton 3rd Edition same editors plus McMullan and Gossett sagely abandoned the Oxford text for its own, but I have not been able to review it yet. Proudfoot, Kastan, and Thompson prints the generally high-quality Arden texts as of , but is as bare-bones as can be, including no notes whatsoever. For the texts themselves, this is an excellent edition, but the lack of even light annotation makes me hesitant to recommend it when Bevington and Evans are available. Bate and Rasmussen opts for reprinting the First Folio texts over any others when available.
A collection of the First Folio texts in original spelling would be welcome on that account. Yet a more readable non-facsimile would be worthy. It is very difficult to know where to begin with Shakespeare criticism.
I put together two lists some years ago that Amazon, in their wisdom, will no longer allow me to edit. They are lists of books that have struck me personally, and which I think are of appeal to more than just an academic specialist. Bate has read vastly more of this stuff than I have.
tembililacha.tk Bradley Penguin Classics. From So influential that much subsequent criticism on the tragedies takes it as a starting point. Empson was a genius. Wilson Knight Routledge. Wilson Knight comes off as a brilliant loon with his against-the-grain readings, casting Hamlet as a cancer on the healthy state of Denmark with Claudius as its capable and only slightly flawed king.
Alternately insightful and beyond belief. Incisive, polemical book that follows on Empson and Rossiter. The Hamlet and Macbeth essays are very compelling. Excellent close reading of language in the tragedies. Nuttall Yale University Press.
Shakespeare the Thinker A. King Lear and the Gods William R. Elton University Press of Kentucky. An Essay on King Lear S. Goldberg Cambridge University Press. Kott W.
The beginning of more ambiguous interpretations of the plays and the conflicting feelings they can generate in audiences. Questions how we are to respond to the plays, whether the plays have conclusive meanings at all, and how they play with that idea itself. Booth, like Rabkin, takes a more metatextual view of the plays than earlier critics. More quirky than Rabkin but intermittently brilliant.
Looking at the plays from a theatrical point of view. From the 60s, very much ahead of its time. Has been published under Anne Righter and Anne Barton. Close readings from a tormented genius who died young.
Insists the plays are better read than seen. The stranger in Shakespeare Leslie A. Fiedler Paladin.
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Difficult but deep. Not an integral whole, but Burke as usual offers more insights per page than almost anyone since Empson. Brilliant chapters on Othello, Lear, Timon of Athens, and especially Measure for Measure, folded into a double-knotted whole. Why is this out of print? He is remembered now chiefly for a long satirical George Gilfillan. In a fine binding by Hughes and Kemp, Oxford with binder's stamp to verso of front free endpaper.
From the introduction: "Cowper is one of the few poets who at once attained Three handsome volumes of poetry, with biographical and critical notes. Three volumes. George Gilfillan 30 January 13 August was a Scottish author and poet. Gilfillan was one of the spasmodic poets, and an editor and Five volumes from Bohn's illustrated edition of Cowper's complete works, edited by the poet Robert SoutheyWilliam Cowper was a forerunner of the Romantic poets of the late 18th century; his work celebrated nature and everyday life The Poetical Works of George Crabbe in eight volumes.
A work on various poets by George Gilfillan, in very attractive leather binding.
Dealing specifcally with the work of Beattie, Blaire and Falconer, the volume contains biographical works, critical dissertation and explanatory notes Scottish poet, James Montgomery was a supporter of the Abolishonist movement and opposed the exploitation of child workers. His poetry and composition of hymns brought A mid-nineteeth century edition of Moore's Lalla Rookh in a decorative calf binding. Bound in calf with gilt lettering and decoration. With the armorial bookplate of J. Hardy to the front pastedown, with his ink signature to Samuel Rogers - was an English poet, during his lifetime one A copperplate ink inscription has been left to the verso of the frontispiece.
Includes a frontispiece and illustrated A scarce illustrated Suffolk ballad from Richard Bloomfield. Bound in paper vellum with gilt lettering. Interleaved with blank, unnumbered pages. A finely bound copy of Samuel Rogers' Italy. Samuel Rogers - found great fame as a poet during his own lifetime and was immortalised through his often biting and darkly witty conversational pieces.
Now less well-remembered, From the Annotated Edition of the English Poets series.