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|The Theatre Crisis
In this fourth volume, the poet John Varveris, has collected all his texts on theatre critique from 1994 to 2003.
|The political Shakespeare|
This study focuses on the hotly-debated political aspect of Shakespeare’s work: while many scholars argue that the playwright championed absolute monarchy, order, and a rigid social hierarchy and despised the common people, others paint him as a scathing critic of authority, who saw the exercise of power as a necessary evil that had been responsible, over the ages, for a great deal of misery and suffering for the peoples of the world.