Characters of Shakespeare's Plays by William Hazlitt
'Characters of Shakespeare's Plays by William Hazlitt' Summary
In his essays, Hazlitt delves into the inner workings of these characters, analyzing their motivations, desires, and flaws. He also discusses the ways in which these characters reflect the society and culture of the time in which they were written.
Characters of Shakespeare's Plays is a valuable resource for anyone interested in Shakespeare's plays and the characters that populate them. Hazlitt's insights and analysis provide a deeper understanding of these characters and their place in literature and culture.
William Hazlitt was an English essayist, drama and literary critic, painter, social commentator, and philosopher. He is now considered one of the greatest critics and essayists in the histor...More on William Hazlitt
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