Oxford University Press, Oxford, United Kingdom
24th Nov 1983
w 140mm h 220mm
Twelve specially commissioned essays re-examine the early texts of King Lear from a series of interlocking perspectives, in a wide-ranging discussion with profound implications for all readers of Shakespeare.
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