This 2004 volume addresses attitudes to Shakespeare's English history plays in Britain and abroad from the early seventeenth century to the present day.Although the plays, like van den Boscha#39;s Red and the White Rose, or Calder6na#39;s Love, Honour, and Power, or his ... of a much higher and much more general introduction; it furnishes examples of the political course of the world, applicable to all ... For Schlegel, the histories served not only as a a#39;mirror of kingsa#39; and as a#39;the manual of young princesa#39; (420), but were also ... ebb, and no fully fledged body of nation-building literature like Shakespearea#39;s epic histories was as yet in existence.
|Title||:||Shakespeare's History Plays|
|Author||:||A. J. Hoenselaars|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2004-09-23|