How the Classics Made Shakespeare

Cicero, Horace, Ovid, Virgil and Seneca: Shakespeare's reading of classical literature, its effects on him, and his mining of it, in part to keep the emerging puritanism at bay.

Publisher: Princeton University Press. First American edition
Edition: First Edition
Place Published: Princeton, NJ
Fine in dustwrapper.


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