ROMEO AND JULIET- William Shakespeare. All explained, and by Claudia Daneu,William Shakespeare,Howard Staunton

By Claudia Daneu,William Shakespeare,Howard Staunton

Claudia Daneu has defined and commented Shakespeare´s unique textual content edited via Howard Staunton (here totally reproduced), with the maximum carefulness. until each symbolical expression, metaphor, comic story, ironical allusion, intra-textual or extra-textual reference, is heavily studied and cleared up in its inner most which means, Shakespeare´s real goal seriously isn't understood. the current paintings invitations the readers to strategy Shakespeare´s international, to recognize it in its useful worth, and to take pleasure in it past the bonds of literature.
Claudia Daneu has additionally translated into Spanish, defined and commented, Shakespeare´s ROMEO AND JULIET, and ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA.

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