A Midsummer Night's Dream: Shakespeare: The Critical Tradition, Volume 7
Judith M. Kennedy, Richard F. Kennedy
Bloomsbury Academic, 1999 - Drama - 461 pages
This study traces the response to "A Midsummer Night's Dream" from Shakespeare's day to the present, including critics from Britain, Europe and America.
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ELIZABETH GRIFFITH moral conventions and human sympathy 1775
SAMUEL FELTON artists interpretations of dramatic effects 1787
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