Experiencing Shakespeare : essays on text, classroom, and performance
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"This is a collection of free-standing essays on Shakespeare. About half of them appear in scattered publications, some of them not readily accessible. The essays date from 1975 to 1985, and, in presenting them chronologically and (with minor exceptions) as originally worded, it is my purpose to expose some vectors in a critic's developing approaches to and assessments of Shakespearean criticism over the past decade. To me this is in part an exposure of mistakes and vulnerabilities (perhaps not wholly atypical ones) as well as, I hope, an exposure of insights and growth."