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The Bible in Shakspeare

by William Burgess

A compendium and analysis of similarities between the Bible and passages in Shakespeare's plays and other works, including Biblical references in Shakespeare and parallels between Shakespeare's characters and plots and Biblical characters and plots, all demonstrating the strong influence of the Bible on Shakespeare's writings.

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English

Original Language

English

Published In

1903

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