William Shakespeare: A Reader's Guide

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William Shakespeare: A Reader's Guide
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • I - The Components 1
  • 1 - On Reading Shakespeare 2
  • 2 - The Words 7
  • 3 - The Lines 37
  • 4 - The Script 68
  • II - Mastery Achieved 93
  • 1 - Works: c. 1587 to 1596 94
  • 2 - A Midsummer's Night Dream 105
  • 3 - King Richard the Second 121
  • III - Infinite Variety 163
  • 1 - Works: 1597 to 1606 164
  • 2 - The Merchant of Venice 174
  • 3 - King Henry the Fourth Part One 197
  • 4 - As You like It 222
  • 5 - Julius Caesar 245
  • 6 - Measure for Measure 268
  • IV - Death and Poetry 297
  • 1 - Aspects of Good and Evil 298
  • 3 - Othello 340
  • 4 - Macbeth 371
  • 5 - King Lear 399
  • V - Valediction 431
  • 1 - Works: 1607 to c. 1613 432
  • 2 - The Winter's Tale 441
  • Index 483
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