By Gary Waller
Described as one in all Shakespeare’s such a lot fascinating performs, All’s good That Ends Well has just recently began to obtain the severe recognition it merits. famous as a very important aspect of improvement in Shakespeare’s profession, this number of new essays displays the becoming curiosity within the play and offers a large variety of methods to it, together with ancient, feminist, performative and psychoanalytical criticisms.
In addition to 14 essays written via top students, the editor’s creation presents a considerable review of the play’s severe historical past, with a powerful concentrate on functionality research and the impression that this has had on its reception and acceptance. Demonstrating quite a few techniques to the play and furthering fresh debates, this booklet makes a worthy contribution to Shakespeare criticism.
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All's Well, That Ends Well: New Critical Essays (Shakespeare Criticism) by Gary Waller