The Strengths of Shakespeare's Shrew : Essays, Memoirs and Reviews, Hardback Book

The Strengths of Shakespeare's Shrew : Essays, Memoirs and Reviews Hardback

Edited by John Haffenden

Part of the Shakespeare: Bloomsbury Academic Collections series

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Passionate, controversial and illuminating - this collection contains Empson's best short pieces on Shakespeare, a sally on George Herbert, a defence of Coleridge, and an eager introduction to a French farce, a group of incomparably witty autobiographical articles, and the text to his extraordinary Inaugural Lecture as Professor of English Literature at Sheffield University.

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