The Cambridge Shakespeare Library: Shakespeare criticism

The Cambridge Shakespeare Library: Shakespeare criticism

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At the centre of the play Friar Laurence has the most extensive speech of disputation. ... thoroughly explicates Friar Laurencea#39;s speech as a premier specimen of rhetoric, a#39;a brilliant example both of argumentation and of the use of figuresa#39;.a#39;7 From ... court, see my essay a#39;Romeo and Juliet: Tragical-Comical- Lyrical Historya#39;, in Proceedings of the PMR [Patristic, Mediaeval, and Renaissance) Conference, vol.


Title:The Cambridge Shakespeare Library: Shakespeare criticism
Author: Catherine M. S. Alexander
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 2003
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