Shakespeare and Decorum
Barnes & Noble, 1973 - 227 Seiten
This book provides an approach to Shakespeare's plays by way of Renaissance ideas on decorum in verbal and non-verbal behaviour... The book's approach to decorum, however, is not purely linguistic, but is guided by the fact that decorum was an all-embracing ethical and aesthetic doctrine to which verbal and non-verbal behaviour alike were subjected. -- from book jacket.
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Hamlet Prince of Denmark
Othello The Moor of Venice
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