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  • Author:
    Peter Milward
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Series: Saint Austin Literature & Ideas Series.

Series: Saint Austin Literature & Ideas Series. Paperback: 144 pages.

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The Catholicism of Shakespeare's Plays. Tokyo: Renaissance Institute, Sophia University, 1997. Saint Austin Literature & Ideas series. London: Saint Austin Press, 2000. Reprinted Southampton: Saint Austin Press, 1997. Shakespeare's Apocalypse. Shakespeare's Meta-drama: Hamlet and Macbeth. Renaissance Monographs 30.

Father Peter Milward SJ, who died on August 16 at the ripe old age of. .Milward was tireless in his scholarly exposition of the Catholic dimension in Shakespeare’s works.

Father Peter Milward SJ, who died on August 16 at the ripe old age of ninety-one, was one of a kind. An Englishman who spent most of his life teaching in Japan, he was a pioneering Shakespeare scholar, an authority on the poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins, and an acquaintance of . Milward will be remembered as a pioneering scholar of Shakespeare, discovering in the Bard’s plays and poems convincing evidence for his Catholicism.

The religious views of William Shakespeare are the subject of an ongoing scholarly debate dating back more than 150 years. The general assumption about William Shakespeare's religious affiliation is that he was a conforming member of the established Anglican Church.

Religious views of William Shakespeare. Library descriptions. No library descriptions found. LibraryThing members' description.

Thurston, The Religion of Shakespeare, Catholic Encyclopedia, defends John Shakespeare testament, doubts Shakespeare’s loyalty to Catholicism, but agrees with Simpson, Bowden, et al about the Catholic tone of the plays; notes afternoon masses were said even in Verona (see above.

Thurston, The Religion of Shakespeare, Catholic Encyclopedia, defends John Shakespeare testament, doubts Shakespeare’s loyalty to Catholicism, but agrees with Simpson, Bowden, et al about the Catholic tone of the plays; notes afternoon masses were said even in Verona (see above, 1866). Thomas Hardy’s The Abbey Mason: Inventor of the ‘Perpendicular’ Style of Gothic Architecture, celebrates this anonymous medieval architect Whose symmetries salute the sun.

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It is clear from his plays that he was against the strictures of Puritanism, but in The Catholicism of Shakespeare's Plays, Professor Peter Milward argues that the whole of Shakespeare's work reveals a common thread of sympathy with the plight of the suffering persecuted Catholics under Queen Elizabeth and King James I.

The local tradition in Stratford is that Shakespeare "died a Papist," having sent for a Catholic priest to give him the last rites.

It is clear from his plays that he was against the strictures of Puritanism, but in The Catholicism of Shakespeare's Plays, Professor Peter Milward argues that the whole of Shakespeare's work reveals a common thread of sympathy with the plight of the suffering persecuted Catholics under Queen Elizabeth and King James I.