Byron & Shakespeare - Wils Kni

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Routledge, Oct 28, 2013 - Literary Collections - 408 pages
In this volume, G. Wilson Knight deals with the "superabundance of analogies between Byron and Shakespeare" through analysis and literarty criticism of poetry, sonnets and essays.

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Contents

I Introduction
1
II Sonnets and Seraphs
24
III A Regency Hamlet
73
IV Falstaff and Comedy
117
V Richard III and Macbeth
151
VI Timon and Shylock
188
VII Antony and Cleopatras Othello
227
VIII Tempests Lear Prospera
262
IX Henry VIII
317
X The Golden Thread
333
The Separation Controversy
351
Index of Name and Titles
367
Index of Byronic ThemesSelected
378
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