A collection of excerpts from 251 letters written by a shy widower and grocer in Zanesville, Ohio, who, in his time, was one of three Americans who could be called learned and eminent Shakespeareans. They are concerned with book collection, stage production, stage history, the state of the English language in Shakespeare's time, criticism, and interpretation of the text.He made no diagrams of his plots. ... their models; it must take shape only by their standard; whereas Snider, (e.g. in Troilus aamp; Cressida), when he finds he Cannot, with any reasonable ease, thrust his design (or any design) on Shakespeare, anbsp;...
|Title||:||One Touch of Shakespeare|
|Author||:||Joseph Crosby, John W. Velz|
|Publisher||:||Associated University Presses - 1986|