Shakespeare is hard, but so is life

a radical guide to Shakespearean tragedy

By O'Toole, Fintan

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ISBN
978-1-86207-528-3
Publisher
London ; Granta, 2002, 1990.


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Reviewed on April 1, 2003

O'Toole, a drama critic for the Irish Times and New York Daily News and author of numerous books of literary criticism, contends that the Victorian approach to interpreting Shakespeare turns the tragedies into unintelligible mush. Here he offers a new approach, recommending that we abandon three concepts beloved by the Victorians: all tragic heroes must have a tragic fla...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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