This <i>Companion</i> represents the myriad ways of thinking about the remarkable achievement of Shakespeare’s sonnets. <ul> <li>An authoritative reference guide and extended introduction to Shakespeare’s sonnets. <li>Contains more than 20 newly-commissioned essays by both established and younger scholars. <li>Considers the form, sequence, content, literary context, editing and printing of the sonnets. <li>Shows how the sonnets provide a mirror in which cultures can read their own critical biases. <li>Informed by the latest theoretical, cultural and archival work. </ul>
This book is aimed at 'A' Level and GCSE students of English Literature who are studying Shakespeare's Macbeth. The focus is on what examiners are looking for and here you will find each act and scene covered in detail.
William Shakespeare is almost universally considered the English language's most famous and greatest writer. In fact, the only people who might dispute that are those who think he didn't write the surviving 38 plays, 154 sonnets, two long narrative poems, and several other poems still attributed to him. Even people who never get around to reading his works in class are instantly familiar with titles like King Lear, Othello, Hamlet, Macbeth, and Romeo & Shakespeare.
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