A Shakespeare Philosophy for the Twentieth Century
by Louis Marder - 1964
Shakespeare's plays, whatever their marvels as dramatic art, present a unified ethical outlook, informed by a loving knowledge of human nature and based in a firmly defined concept of order. It is in this reasoned and widely applicable idea of order that the plays have their power to speak so cogently to us down the corridors of four centuries.
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