The Genius of Shakespeare

The Genius of Shakespeare

The Genius of Shakespeare is a new kind of biography: a biography of Shakespeare's talent and reputation, beyond the limits of his actual life. Part One explores the origins and development of his works, Part Two traces their effects on succeeding generations, and demonstrates how Shakespeare came to be regarded as the supreme dramatist.


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Publisher Oxford University Press, USA
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ISBN 9780195128239
Pages 384 pages
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