Artificial Persons: Formation of Character in the Tragedies of Shakespeare
Artificial Persons: Formation of Character in the Tragedies of Shakespeare By:J. Leeds Barroll
Good Condition (A solid reading copy. Pages are clean without markings. Cover shows definite wear, creasing and rubbing.)
This book by J. Leeds Barroll and published by the University of South Carolina Press, discusses the formation of character in the tragedies of Shakespeare. It covers such topics as "Psychology and Psychiatry in Renaissance England", "The Motions of Men", "The Shakespearean Approach", "The Human Image in Renaissance Drama", "Shakespeare's Material Men", "Shakespeare's Lovers", "Tragic Actors", "Shakespeare's Villains", "The Concept of Character in Shakespearean Tragedy".