This book critically examines the age of Shakespeare and his writings in relation to it. Whether the celebrated playwright's work was representative of his age or not and how far was his versatility a product of that era, are all discussed in detail. A highly informative piece that offers a whole new perspective on Shakespearian masterpieces.
American author, editor, and the first president of the National Institute of Arts and Letters. WarnerÕs writings are marked by gentle humour and elegance.