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The sonnets and narrative poems / William Shakespeare ; edited by William Burto ; with an introduction by Helen Vendler ; general editor, Sylvan Barnet.

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextSeries: Everyman's library ; 91Publication details: New York : Knopf : Distributed by Random House, c1992.Description: li, 248 p. ; 22 cmISBN:
  • 0679417419
Uniform titles:
  • Poems
Contained works:
  • Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. Sonnets
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 821.3 20
LOC classification:
  • PR2841 1992
Online resources: Dissertation note: f William Shakespeare had never written a single play, if his reputation rested entirely upon the substantial and sterling body of nondramatic verse he left behind, he would still hold the position he does in the hierarchy of world literature. The strikingly modern sonnets–intimate, baroque, and expansive at once; the invigorating narratives drawn from classical subjects; and the flawless lyricism represented by a poem like “The Phoenix and the Turtle
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f William Shakespeare had never written a single play, if his reputation rested entirely upon the substantial and sterling body of nondramatic verse he left behind, he would still hold the position he does in the hierarchy of world literature. The strikingly modern sonnets–intimate, baroque, and expansive at once; the invigorating narratives drawn from classical subjects; and the flawless lyricism represented by a poem like “The Phoenix and the Turtle

Includes bibliographical references (p. xxxiv-xxxv).

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