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The Resource The King Lear perplex

The King Lear perplex

Label
The King Lear perplex
Title
The King Lear perplex
Creator
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
A collection of literary criticism of the play
Member of
Action
commitment to retain
Cataloging source
DLC
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1930-2012
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Bonheim, Helmut
Dewey number
822.33
Index
no index present
LC call number
PR2819
LC item number
.B65
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Wadsworth guides to literary study
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Shakespeare, William
  • Lear
  • Lear
  • Literature
  • Shakespeare, William
Label
The King Lear perplex
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The King Lear perplex: selected criticism. "The history of King Lear" (1687) / Nahum Tate -- The adventurer (1753, 1754) / Joseph Warton -- Shakespear [sic] illustrated (1754) / Charlotte Lennox -- "Notes on the plays" (1765) / Samuel Johnson -- The mirror (1780) / Henry MacKenzie -- "On Shakespeare's tragedies" (1808) / Charles Lamb -- Characters of Shakespear's [sic] plays (1817) / William Hazlitt -- Lectures and notes on Shakspere [sic] (1818) / Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- "Shakespeare's delineations of insanity" (1847) / I. Ray -- Lectures on Shakspeare [sic] (1848) / H.N. Hudson -- Shakspeare's [sic] delineations of insanity, imbecility and suicide (1866) / A.O. Kellogg -- Shakspere [sic]: a critical study of his mind and art (1875) / Edward Dowden -- Shakspeare [sic] diversions (1875) / Francis Jacox -- A study of Shakespeare (1876) / Algernon Charles Swinburne -- The Shakespearian drama: the tragedies (1887) / Denton J. Snider -- Five lectures on Shakespeare (1895) / Bernhard ten Brink -- Shakespearean tragedy / A.C. Bradley -- "On Shakespeare and the drama" (1906, 1907) / Leo Tolstoy -- Tragedy (1908) / Ashley H. Thorndike -- Shakespeare (1909) / Algernon Charles Swinburne -- The Tudor drama (1911) / C.F. Tucker Brooke -- William Shakespeare (1911) / John Masefield -- "The hheme of the three caskets" (1913) / Sigmund Freud -- The lion and the fox (1927) / Wyndham Lewis -- Shakspere's [sic] silences (1929) / Alwin Thaler -- Art and artifice in Shakespeare: a study in dramatic contrast and illusion (1933) / Elmer Edgar Stoll -- Shakespeare (1936) / John Middleton Murry -- Shakespeare's imagery and what it tells us (1936) / Caroline F.E. Spurgeon -- "The occasion of King Lear" (1937) / John W. Draper -- "Astrology in Shakespeare's Lear" (1938) / Robert H. Darby -- Shakespeare and the nature of man (1942) / Theodore Spencer -- "King Lear: a prophetic tragedy" (1944) / Benjamin T. Spencer -- "The symphonic form of King Lear" (1945) / George R. Kernodle -- "The blinding of Gloster" (1945) / J.I.M. Stewart -- "Lear, Tolstoy and the fool" (1945) / George Orwell -- "The golden world of 'King Lear'" (1946) / Geoffrey L. Bickersteth
  • Prefaces to Shakespeare (1946) / Harley Granville-Barker -- "Edmund's nativity in King Lear" (1946) / Johnstone Parr -- "On Shakespeare's language" (1947) / John Crowe Ransom -- "'Thou, nature, art my goddess: Edmund and Renaissance free-thought" (1948) / R.C. Bald -- "The salvation of King Lear" (1948) / Oscar James Campbell -- This great stage: image and structure in King Lear (1948) / Robert Bechtold Heilman -- "Imagery and meaning in the interpretation of King Lear" (1949) / W.R. Keast -- "'King Lear'" (1950) / Edith Sitwell -- The development of Shakespeare's imagery (1951) / W.H. Clemen -- The structure of complex words (1951) / William Empson -- The dream of learning (1951) / D.G. James -- "The poetry of the storm in King Lear" (1951) / George W. Williams -- Shakespeare's tragic heroes: slaves of passion (1952) / Lily B. Campbell -- "The storm in King Lear" (1952) / E. Catherine Dunn -- "'What needs my Shakespeare?'" (1952) / William Haller -- Shakespeare's motley (1952) / Leslie Hotson -- "Psychopathology of Shakespeare's King Lear" (1952) / Arpad Pauncz -- "Enter the Shakespearean tragic hero (1953) / Huntington Brown -- "Incest, ingratitude and insanity: aspects of the psychopathology of King Lear" (1953) / John Donnelly -- "Characterization in Shakespearian comedy (1953) / Northrop Frye -- "Shakespeare improv'd, or A case for the affirmative" (1953) / Lucyle Hook -- The Shakespearian tempest (1953) / G. Wilson Knight -- "The clothing motif in King Lear" (1954) / Thelma Nelson Greenfield -- "Much ado about nothing" (1954) / Paul A. Jorgensen -- "The moral background of King Lear" (1954) / Keith Rinehart -- "King Lear and the great tragedies" (1955) / L.C. Knights -- "A note on the death of Lear" (1955) / Gerald Smith -- "Lear's philosopher" (1955) / E.M.M. Taylor -- "The limits of politics: an interpretation of King Lear, act 1, scene I" (1957) / Harry V. Jaffa -- "Lear's questions" (1957) / Winifred M.T. Nowottny -- "Service in King Lear" (1958) / Jonas A. Barish and Marshall Waingrow -- "Shakespeare's rituals and the opening of King Lear" (1958) / William Frost -- "The Initial contrast in Lear" (1959) / G.R. Elliott -- "'Love' in King Lear" (1959) / Terry Hawkes -- King Lear and the gods (1960) / William Elton
Control code
ocm00269562
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
195 pages
Lccn
60009978
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o06583417
  • (OCoLC)00269562
Label
The King Lear perplex
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • The King Lear perplex: selected criticism. "The history of King Lear" (1687) / Nahum Tate -- The adventurer (1753, 1754) / Joseph Warton -- Shakespear [sic] illustrated (1754) / Charlotte Lennox -- "Notes on the plays" (1765) / Samuel Johnson -- The mirror (1780) / Henry MacKenzie -- "On Shakespeare's tragedies" (1808) / Charles Lamb -- Characters of Shakespear's [sic] plays (1817) / William Hazlitt -- Lectures and notes on Shakspere [sic] (1818) / Samuel Taylor Coleridge -- "Shakespeare's delineations of insanity" (1847) / I. Ray -- Lectures on Shakspeare [sic] (1848) / H.N. Hudson -- Shakspeare's [sic] delineations of insanity, imbecility and suicide (1866) / A.O. Kellogg -- Shakspere [sic]: a critical study of his mind and art (1875) / Edward Dowden -- Shakspeare [sic] diversions (1875) / Francis Jacox -- A study of Shakespeare (1876) / Algernon Charles Swinburne -- The Shakespearian drama: the tragedies (1887) / Denton J. Snider -- Five lectures on Shakespeare (1895) / Bernhard ten Brink -- Shakespearean tragedy / A.C. Bradley -- "On Shakespeare and the drama" (1906, 1907) / Leo Tolstoy -- Tragedy (1908) / Ashley H. Thorndike -- Shakespeare (1909) / Algernon Charles Swinburne -- The Tudor drama (1911) / C.F. Tucker Brooke -- William Shakespeare (1911) / John Masefield -- "The hheme of the three caskets" (1913) / Sigmund Freud -- The lion and the fox (1927) / Wyndham Lewis -- Shakspere's [sic] silences (1929) / Alwin Thaler -- Art and artifice in Shakespeare: a study in dramatic contrast and illusion (1933) / Elmer Edgar Stoll -- Shakespeare (1936) / John Middleton Murry -- Shakespeare's imagery and what it tells us (1936) / Caroline F.E. Spurgeon -- "The occasion of King Lear" (1937) / John W. Draper -- "Astrology in Shakespeare's Lear" (1938) / Robert H. Darby -- Shakespeare and the nature of man (1942) / Theodore Spencer -- "King Lear: a prophetic tragedy" (1944) / Benjamin T. Spencer -- "The symphonic form of King Lear" (1945) / George R. Kernodle -- "The blinding of Gloster" (1945) / J.I.M. Stewart -- "Lear, Tolstoy and the fool" (1945) / George Orwell -- "The golden world of 'King Lear'" (1946) / Geoffrey L. Bickersteth
  • Prefaces to Shakespeare (1946) / Harley Granville-Barker -- "Edmund's nativity in King Lear" (1946) / Johnstone Parr -- "On Shakespeare's language" (1947) / John Crowe Ransom -- "'Thou, nature, art my goddess: Edmund and Renaissance free-thought" (1948) / R.C. Bald -- "The salvation of King Lear" (1948) / Oscar James Campbell -- This great stage: image and structure in King Lear (1948) / Robert Bechtold Heilman -- "Imagery and meaning in the interpretation of King Lear" (1949) / W.R. Keast -- "'King Lear'" (1950) / Edith Sitwell -- The development of Shakespeare's imagery (1951) / W.H. Clemen -- The structure of complex words (1951) / William Empson -- The dream of learning (1951) / D.G. James -- "The poetry of the storm in King Lear" (1951) / George W. Williams -- Shakespeare's tragic heroes: slaves of passion (1952) / Lily B. Campbell -- "The storm in King Lear" (1952) / E. Catherine Dunn -- "'What needs my Shakespeare?'" (1952) / William Haller -- Shakespeare's motley (1952) / Leslie Hotson -- "Psychopathology of Shakespeare's King Lear" (1952) / Arpad Pauncz -- "Enter the Shakespearean tragic hero (1953) / Huntington Brown -- "Incest, ingratitude and insanity: aspects of the psychopathology of King Lear" (1953) / John Donnelly -- "Characterization in Shakespearian comedy (1953) / Northrop Frye -- "Shakespeare improv'd, or A case for the affirmative" (1953) / Lucyle Hook -- The Shakespearian tempest (1953) / G. Wilson Knight -- "The clothing motif in King Lear" (1954) / Thelma Nelson Greenfield -- "Much ado about nothing" (1954) / Paul A. Jorgensen -- "The moral background of King Lear" (1954) / Keith Rinehart -- "King Lear and the great tragedies" (1955) / L.C. Knights -- "A note on the death of Lear" (1955) / Gerald Smith -- "Lear's philosopher" (1955) / E.M.M. Taylor -- "The limits of politics: an interpretation of King Lear, act 1, scene I" (1957) / Harry V. Jaffa -- "Lear's questions" (1957) / Winifred M.T. Nowottny -- "Service in King Lear" (1958) / Jonas A. Barish and Marshall Waingrow -- "Shakespeare's rituals and the opening of King Lear" (1958) / William Frost -- "The Initial contrast in Lear" (1959) / G.R. Elliott -- "'Love' in King Lear" (1959) / Terry Hawkes -- King Lear and the gods (1960) / William Elton
Control code
ocm00269562
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
195 pages
Lccn
60009978
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) o06583417
  • (OCoLC)00269562

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