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The Catholic Shakespeare?: Portsmouth Review

Religion


by
The Portsmouth Institute

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 176 pages

File size: 8.1 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Evidence shows that Shakespeare may have been a secret Catholic. An increasing number of scholars look to his work for suggestions of a Catholic worldview and traces of Catholic sympathies. The Catholic Shakespeare gives an inside looks at the 2011 Portsmouth Institute conference, offering different takes from speakers to Shakespearean plays. Each speaker offers compelling evidence and some suggestions about the basis and meaning behind his plays as they relate to a Catholic view, ranging from a linguistic to a philosophical look.

Evidence shows that Shakespeare may have been a secret Catholic. An increasing number of scholars look to his work for suggestions of a Catholic worldview and traces of Catholic sympathies. The Catholic Shakespeare gives an inside looks at the 2011 Portsmouth Institute conference, offering different takes from speakers to Shakespearean plays. Each speaker offers compelling evidence and some suggestions about the basis and meaning behind his plays as they relate to… (more)

Evidence shows that Shakespeare may have been a secret Catholic. An increasing number of scholars look to his work for suggestions of a Catholic worldview and traces of Catholic sympathies. The Catholic Shakespeare gives an inside looks at the 2011 Portsmouth Institute conference, offering different takes from speakers to Shakespearean plays. Each speaker offers compelling evidence and some suggestions about the basis and meaning behind his plays as they relate to a Catholic view, ranging from a linguistic to a philosophical look.

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