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Shakespearean Tragedy Lectures on Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth

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Andrew Cecil Bradley (1851-1935) was an English literary scholar, best remembered for his work on Shakespeare. The outcome of the five years as Professor of Poetry in Oxford were A. C. Bradley's two major works, Shakespearean Tragedy (1904), and Oxford Lectures on Poetry (1909). All of his published work was delivered earlier as lectures. Bradley's pedagogical manner and his self-confidence made him a real guide for many students to the meaning of Shakespeare. Though Bradley has sometimes been criticised for writing of Shakespeare's characters as though they were real people, his book is probably the most influential single work of Shakespearean criticism ever published. By the mid-twentieth century his approach became discredited for many scholars; often it is said to contain anachronistic errors and attempts to apply late 19th century novelistic conceptions of morality and psychology to early 17th century society. Bradley's other works include: Poetry for Poetry's Sake (1901), A Commentary on Tennyson's in Memoriam (1901), and A Miscellany (1929).

Sorozatcím:
St. Martin's Library
Kiadó:
Macmillan & Co. Ltd.
Kiadás éve:
1961
Kiadás helye:
London
Nyomda:
Purnell and Sons, Ltd.
Kötés típusa:
ragasztott papír
Terjedelem:
432
Nyelv:
angol
Méret:
Szélesség: 12.00cm, Magasság: 17.00cm
Kategória:
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INTRODUCTION . Xiii

LECTURE I
."HE SUBSTANCE OF SHAICESPEAR•AN TRAGEDY . 1

LECTURE II
CONSTRUCTION IN SHAKESPEARE'S TRAGED1E,S 29

LECTURE III
SHAKESPEARE'S TRAGIC PERIOD—HAMLET . 61

LECTURE IV
HAMLET 102

LECTURE V
OTHELLO . 142

LECTURE VI
OTHELLO . 169

LECTURE VII
KING LEAR . . 198


LECTURE VIII Page
KING LEAR . . 231

LECTURE IX
MACBETH . 277

LECTURE X
MACBETH . 307

NoTE A. Events before the opening of the action in
Hamlet . 339
NoTE B. Where was Hamlet at the time of his father's
death ? . 341
NoTE C. Hamlet's age . 344
NOTE D. `My tables—meet it is I set it down' 346
NOTE E. The Ghost in the cellarage 349
NOTE F. The Player's speech in Hamlet . 350
NoTE G. Hamlet's apology to Laertes 357
NOTE H. The exchangc of rapiers 358
NOTE I. The duration of the action in Othello 360
NoTE J. The `additions' to Othello in the First Folio.
The Pontic Sca . 365
Non K. Othello's courtship 368
NOTE L. Othello in the Tomptation scene 370


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NoTE M. Questions as to Othello, w. i . • 371
NOTE N. Two passages in the last scene of Othello • 373
NOTE O. Othello on Desdemona's last words . 373
NOTE P. Did Emilia suspect Iago ? 375
NOTE Q. lago's suspicion regarding Cassio and
Emilia . 376
NOTE R. Reminiscences of Othello in King Lear 377
NoTE S. King Lear and Timon of Athens 378
Non T. Did Shakespeare shorten King Lear? 380
NOTE U. Movements of the dramatis persona in King
Lear, ti . 383
NoTE V. Suspected interpolations in King Lear 385
NOTE W. The staging of the scene of Lear's reunion
with Cordelia . 388
NOTE X. The Battle in King Lear . • 390
NOTE Y. Some difftcult passages in King Lear . 392
NOTE Z. Suspected interpolations in Macbeth . • 400
NoTE AA. Has Macbeth becn abridged ? . 401
NOTE BB. The date of Macbeth. Metrical Tests 403
NOTE CC. When was the murder of Duncan first
plotted ? 413
NOTE DD. Did Lady Macbeth really faint ? . 417
NOTE EE. Duration of the action in Macbeth. Mac-
beth's age. 'He has no children' 419
Non FF. The Ghost of Banquo . 425
I .rr,n, 427


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