Coriolanus in Context
Huffman, Clifford

Bucknell Univ. Press, 1972. First First edition. Cloth, 260 pps. with index. Study of Shakespeare's "Coriolanus" in which the author seeks to right a perceived wrong in Shakespearian criticism, specifically the accepted platitudes about "order" and "ideals" as they are applied to The Bard's Roman works of the 1590s. A fine, fresh copy deaccessioned from the publisher's file library and so indicated on the front fly. In fine dust jacket. Hard Cover (Item ID: D569)


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