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Review: Shakespeare's Imagery and What It Tells UsUser Review - Michael - Goodreads
I'm one of those people that finds something mysteriously magical in the works of Shakespeare, yet, when I try to identify what the essence of this magic is, I am at a loss. This book helps me to see ... Read full review
Review: Shakespeare's Imagery and What It Tells UsUser Review - Goodreads
it's a nice book... Helped me a lot...
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