Romantic Shakespeare: From Stage to Page
Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2001 - Всего страниц: 252
This book examines how British Romantics such as Lamb. Coleridge, and Hazlitt put their idea of reading a play into practice in their criticism of Shakespeare, and how their concept of reading is related to the reader-response theory of the twentieth century. It provides a rightful assessment of the validity and modernity of British Romanticism by looking into a set of shared assumptions and procedures that exist between Romantic and contemporary theories of the relation of the text to the reader.
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