Pacific Coast Studies in Shakespeare
The twenty essays which comprise Pacific Coast Studies in Shakespeare are a broad sampling of the variety of critical opinions and techniques found among Shakespearean scholars from Vancouver, British Columbia, to Riverside, California. The essays, which approach their subject from interpretive, bibliographic, linguistic and comparative bases, touch upon nearly every phase of Shakespeare's work.
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FREDERICK O WALLER The Use of Linguistic Criteria
NORMAN RABKIN Venus and Adonis and the Myth of Love
PETERSON Romeo and Juliet and
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