Shakespeare and the Nature of Man Second Edition, 1958 Theodore Spencer
Shakespeare and the Nature of Man, First presented and published as the Lowell Lectures in 1942, Second Edition, 1958 was created by Theodore Spencer.
First praised as the most distinguished contribution to a reader's understanding of Shakespeare's mind and purposes since the publication of A. C. Bradleys' "Shakespearean Tragedy" in 1904, Spencer's work maintains that reputation.
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Accept for a name on the flyleaf, this book is in fine vintage condition--strong binding, no marks or tears. The dust jacket, however, shows its usage and age with ragged edges and stains.
The measures 5 1/2 inches by 8 1/4 inches by 7/8 inch and has 233 pages.