Shakespeare's Roman Worlds
Routledge, 1989 - 243 pages
Shows how a clear understanding of Shakespeare's explorations of Roman values offers invaluable critical insights into the Roman plays.
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IMAGES AND SELFIMAGES IN JULIUS CAESAR
REALITIES AND IMAGININGS IN ANTONY AND
SOUNDS WORDS GESTURES AND DEEDS IN
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