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Summary

Professor Raphael Shargel channels his passion for teaching and expertise as a Shakespearean scholar into this illuminative study of the Immortal Bard's 10 great comedies. Shakespeare's genius is as readily apparent in these comedies as in his timeless tragedies. Often marked by internal and external conflicts, young lovers struggling for union, mistaken identities, and intertwining plots, Shakespeare's comedies to this day reveal the master's unparalleled insight into the human condition. With a fresh take on some of Shakespeare's most cherished and widely seen works, Professor Shargel provides an invaluable understanding of these exquisite comedies.
©2009 Raphael Shargel; (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC

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Shakespeare comedies ? - Explained

I am a recent convert to Shakespeare having seen RSC Julia's Caesar these lectures were great for explaining not just plot but psychie used language used possible interpretations etc I have really enjoyed listening to them