Design and Closure in Shakespeare's Major Plays: The Nature of Recapitulation

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William B. Bache


Design and Closure in
Shakespeare's Major Plays
The Nature of Recapitulation

PETER LANG
New York · Bern · Frankfurt am Main · Paris

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments v
  • Table of Contents ix
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes 8
  • Four Comedies 11
  • Notes 24
  • Much Ado About Nothing 25
  • Notes 42
  • As You like It 45
  • Notes 68
  • Twelfth Night 73
  • Notes 94
  • Measure for Measure 97
  • Notes 114
  • Two Histories 117
  • Richard II 119
  • Notes 141
  • Henry Iv, 1 145
  • Notes 165
  • Three Tragedies 171
  • Notes 187
  • Hamlet 189
  • Notes 213
  • Macbeth 217
  • Notes 238
  • King Lear 241
  • Notes 266
  • The Other Two Tragedies 269
  • Othello 271
  • Notes 291
  • Antony and Cleopatra 295
  • Notes 323
  • The Romances 327
  • The Winter's Tale 329
  • Notes 352
  • The Tempest 357
  • Notes 384
  • Conclusion 389
  • Index 395
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