Shakespearean criticism

Shakespearean criticism

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The difference in this respect between men and women a€” it would have displeased us that Juliet had been in love or fancied herself so. ... 1 This paragraph and that preceding sum up accurately, though with no similarity of phrases, Schlegela#39;s defence of Romeo for his ... Schlegela#39;s criticism does not appear in the Vienna lectures on dramatic art, but in an essay on Romeo und Julia, ... 5-7; Schlegel, vii.

Title:Shakespearean criticism
Author: Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Publisher: - 1961

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