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  • Author:
    Arthur M. Eastman
  • ISBN:
    0393007057
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    978-0393007053
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    W. W. Norton & Company; 1St Edition edition (January 17, 1974)
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    448 pages
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Each year new interpretations are put forth as hundreds of books and articles are added to the list of critical studies of Shakespeare.

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Are you sure you want to remove A short history of Shakespearean criticism from your list? A short history of Shakespearean criticism. by Arthur M. Eastman. Published 1985 by University Press of America in Lanham. Criticism and interpretation, History. William Shakespeare (1564-1616).

Neither Shakespeare nor his fellow Elizabethan writers operated under this assumption. Smith 2008, p. 629: "Perhaps the point is that deriving an idea of an author from his or her works is always problematic, particularly in a multi-vocal genre like drama, since it crucially underestimates the heterogeneous influences and imaginative reaches of creative writing. Often the authorship debate is premised on the syllogistic and fallacious interchangeability of literature and autobiography.

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“Mr. Eastman’s book is to be welcomed on at least two counts. It makes for substantial and inviting reading on its own, and it serves as a guide to a fearfully bewildering subject. . . . The commentary in these pages is wide, learned, ingenious and full of penetrating and striking insights. . . . Mr. Eastman’s clarity, fairness and enthusiasm make his book an example of what a scholarly book should be.” ―The New York Times

The Shakespeare industry, one reviewer has remarked, seems to be one in which there is no unemployment. Each year new interpretations are put forth as hundreds of books and articles are added to the list of critical studies of Shakespeare. Now Arthur M. Eastman’s A Short History of Shakespearean Criticism, a descriptive and analytical survey, fills the needs for an authoritative introduction to the major criticism of Shakespeare from his own time to the present.