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by Martin Lings

eBook The Secret of Shakespeare epub
  • ISBN: 0850303885
  • Author: Martin Lings
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: SIL Trading Ltd; 2Rev Ed edition (April 12, 1984)
  • Pages: 144 pages
  • ePUB size: 1760 kb
  • FB2 size 1264 kb
  • Formats lit mobi azw rtf


The Secret of Shakespeare book. Martin Lings clarifies the essential greatness of Shakespeare by focussing our attention on the total impact his best plays make on us when acted

The Secret of Shakespeare book. Martin Lings clarifies the essential greatness of Shakespeare by focussing our attention on the total impact his best plays make on us when acted. For this purpose he concentrates on the texts and their theatrical rendering, in such a way as to transmit to us, at the same time, a powerful impression of Shakespeare the man, such as perhaps no other book can give us. Get A Copy.

Martin Lings clarifies the essential greatness of Shakespeare by focussing our attention on the total impact his best plays make on us when acted.

Martin Lings clarifies the essential greatness of Shakespeare by focussing our attention on the total impact his best plays make on us when acted

The Secret of Shakespeare book.

Henry IV If Hamlet is Shakespeare’s first really great play, the outlook which dominates it is. none the less already to be found in several of his earlier plays. Particularly striking in this respect is Henry IV which, in its two parts, must have been written within three or four years before Hamlet, probably between 1597 and 1599. For Dover Wilson Henry IV appears to be no more than what might be called an exoteric morality play.

Martin Lings during a lecture . In addition to his writings on Sufism, Lings was a Shakespeare scholar. His contribution to Shakespeare scholarship was to point out the deeper esoteric meanings found in Shakespeare's plays, and the spirituality of Shakespeare himself. Just before his death he gave an interview on this topic, which was posthumously made into the film Shakespeare's Spirituality: A Perspective. The Secret of Shakespeare : His Greatest Plays seen in the Light of Sacred Art (1998), Quinta Essentia, distributed by Archetype, (hb), ISBN 1-870196-15-5.

com User, March 22, 1999. Academics will wince. Many will throw the book down in anger. A few may even write angry letters to the publisher demanding that the book be recalled.

By (author) Martin Lings, Foreword by Hrh Prince of Wales.

The Secret of Shakespeare: His Greatest Plays Seen in the Light of Sacred Art (Hardback).

This book can be found in: Poetry, Drama & Criticism Literature: history & criticism Plays & playwrights Shakespeare studies & criticism. The Secret of Shakespeare: His Greatest Plays Seen in the Light of Sacred Art (Hardback). Martin Lings (author), HRH Prince of Wales (foreword).

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Shakespeare was born less than three months after Michelangelo's death, and the two are often spoke of in the same breath as being among "the great geniuses of the Renaissance

Shakespeare was born less than three months after Michelangelo's death, and the two are often spoke of in the same breath as being among "the great geniuses of the Renaissance. Yet how does Shakespeare stand in the light of an intellectual approach which enhances, if possible, our respect for Dante, but which greatly diminishes our estimate of several others whose pre-eminence had long gone unquestioned? The following chapters are an attempt to answer this question in some detail; but a general answer can be given immediately.

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