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By Nicolas Tredell

This advisor deals a entire survey of the most important feedback on Shakespeare's tragedies, from the 17th century via to the current day. Introducing crucial options, topics and debates, and summarising significant serious texts, Nicolas Tredell examines how the class of Shakespeare's tragedies has been built, contested and changed.

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