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Shakespeare"s politics

L. C. Knights

Shakespeare"s politics

with some reflections on the nature of tradition

by L. C. Knights

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Published by Darby Books in Darby, Pa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616 -- Political and social views.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby L.C. Knights.
    SeriesShakespeare lecture -- 1957, British Academy proceedings -- v. 43
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18 p. ;
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18018967M


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Taking the classical view that the political shapes man's consciousness, Allan Bloom considers Shakespeare as a profoundly political Renaissance dramatist. He aims to recover Shakespeare's ideas and beliefs and to make his work once again a recognized source for the serious study of moral and political by: Shakespeare's Politics.

Taking the classical view that the political shapes man's consciousness, Allan Bloom considers Shakespeare as a profoundly political Renaissance dramatist. He aims to recover Shakespeare's ideas and beliefs and to make his work once again a recognized source for the serious study of moral and political problems/5.

Tyrant: Shakespeare on POLITICS is published by W.W. Norton in the States. Both are identical except for the one word in the title. If you order both books thinking they are different, you will receive, for all purposes, the same by: 3. At one level Stephen Greenblatt’s elegant and deftly written book is about Shakespeare’s account of tyrants, but it is intended largely as a commentary on the politics.

Why would it. It is a book about how Shakespeare's plays explore the concept of tyranny, and of what happens in a country when flawed, selfish, foolish people use power for their own benefit.

Any connections between the contents of this book and contemporary politics are entirely in the mind of the reader. And, of course, completely intentional/5.