Introduction to Shakespeare

Introduction to Shakespeare None

  • Title: Introduction to Shakespeare
  • Author: Marchette Gaylord Chute
  • ISBN: 9780590423571
  • Page: 478
  • Format: Paperback
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    471 thoughts on “Introduction to Shakespeare

    • I thought this book did exactly what it suggested in the title. It was an introduction to Shakespeare. It was facinating to read about the times and how the affected the theater at the time. I had forgotten how pervasive the Puritans were and how they had such an affect on public policy. I was excited to read about how they closed down the public theaters and that was the start of the popularity of indoor private theaters. No more "penny galleries". Theater was no longer part of the people. It r [...]

    • This slim volume is a succinct introduction to Shakespeare's life and works. It seems to have been written for a young audience, but the subject is fascinating and the book provides a real view into some of the things that make Shakespeare awesome.

    • maybe the best pure "biography" on the man for its brevity and complete lack of pretension or outlandish guesswork. the other quality bios around are really more critical studies with some tea-leave-reading. this puts all the facts out neatly and sensibly.

    • 3.5This book was good enough but it was truly just the story of Shakespeare. I'm not sure what I was expecting but it wasn't this. All the other does is describe each play and poem. I didn't find this book to be terribly satisfying.

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