Category Archives: Boose, Lynda E.
Lynda Boose and Margreta de Grazia discuss Othello, which is often considered to be the most popular of Shakespeare’s tragedies, yet is the object of continuing critical disparagement. Why is this so? How do the themes of human sexuality, love, … Continue reading
April, 1985, marks the anniversaries–dating back to the years 1564 and 1616–of the birth and death of William Shakespeare, the Western world’s most popular poet and playwright. What account’s for Shakespeare’s popularity? Why is Shakespeare a cultural reference point? Lynda … Continue reading