By Michael Schoenfeldt
- An authoritative reference advisor and prolonged creation to Shakespeare’s sonnets.
- Contains greater than 20 newly-commissioned essays through either tested and more youthful scholars.
- Considers the shape, series, content material, literary context, enhancing and printing of the sonnets.
- Shows how the sonnets supply a replicate within which cultures can learn their very own severe biases.
- Informed via the newest theoretical, cultural and archival work.
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