A.C. Bradley on Shakespeare's Tragedies by John Russell Brown
A Concise Edition and Reassessment

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This guide helps students navigate their reading of A.C. Bradley's classic text, while providing an important commentary on the value of Bradley's approach and how it can be adapted to present-day interests. John Russell Brown highlights the advantages of understanding Bradley's methods and major insights for any student of Shakespeare. The collection also gives students access, for the first time, to important passages from Bradley's Oxford Lecturers on Poetry, alongside selections from Shakespearean Tragedy.
 

About John Russell Brown

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A.C. BRADLEY was Professor of Poetry at the University of Oxford until his death in 1935. JOHN RUSSELL BROWN has held chairs of English and Theatre in England and the USA, directed plays in student and professional theatres, and was Associate Director of the Royal National Theatre.
 
Published November 10, 2006 by Palgrave Macmillan. 170 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference. Non-fiction
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