By Edith Sitwell
The part on Shakespeare includes essays at the basic point of the performs - these nice hymns to the main and the honour of existence. There are lengthy essays on King Lear, Macbeth, Othello, and Hamlet. leave out Sitwell believes, with all humility, that she has came across new assets of the muse of King Lear, throwing a brand new gentle more often than not play , and giving us new intending to the mad scenes, of an unsurpassable grandeur, intensity and terror. There are essays on the various comedies, and lengthy passages concerning the Fools and Clowns, all of which serve to illiminate Shakespeare's amazing and many-sided genius.
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