Metaphoric Resonance in Shakespearean Tragedy

Metaphoric Resonance in Shakespearean Tragedy

eBook - 2010
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Shakespearean symbolism. An occasional prefigurement and echo was hardly unknown before Shakespeare. But the vast echoism -- continuing forward and backward references -- employed in some of Shakeapeare's tragedies, was rare if not unknown before him. Who, even now, sets up networks of metaphoric and symbolic vibrations underneath the surface story? thereby stressing themes and characterizations poetically, economically, subliminally. The phenomenon of Metaphoric Resonance is described wi...
Publisher: Newcastle upon Tyne : 2010. Cambridge Scholar Pub.,
ISBN: 9781443816182
1443816183
9781443824231
1443824232
9781443814447
144381444X
Branch Call Number: REM
Characteristics: 1 online resource (vi, 123 p.)

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