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The Resource As you like it, edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom ; volume editor, Pamela Loos

As you like it, edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom ; volume editor, Pamela Loos

Label
As you like it
Title
As you like it
Statement of responsibility
edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom ; volume editor, Pamela Loos
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Shakespeare's romantic comedy, "As You Like It" sets up a number of dualities that are explored but never answered, exposing the complex relationships that exist between romance and realism, nobleman and commoner, and male and female. Contains a selection of the finest criticism through the ce nturies on "As You Like It", as well as a biography of Shakespeare
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
822.3/3
Index
index present
LC call number
PR2803
LC item number
.A83 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Bloom, Harold
  • Loos, Pamela
Series statement
Bloom's Shakespeare through the ages
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Shakespeare, William
Label
As you like it, edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom ; volume editor, Pamela Loos
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0721/2007026810.html
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • As You Like It in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
  • "The
  • argument of As You Like It,"
  • from The
  • works of Mr. William Shakespear
  • Nicholas Rowe
  • 1709
  • "Remarks on the plays of Shakespear"
  • Charles Gildon
  • 1710
  • Series introduction
  • As You Like It (notes),
  • from The
  • plays of William Shakespeare
  • 1765
  • Samuel Johnson
  • "Introduction,"
  • from his edition of
  • As You Like It
  • Edward Capell
  • 1767
  • Introduction
  • "On the melancholy Jaques,"
  • from
  • Philosophical analysis and illustration of some of Shakespeare's remarkable characters
  • William Richardson
  • 1788 --
  • Harold Bloom
  • Biography of William Shakespeare
  • Summary of As You Like It
  • Key passages in As You LIke It
  • List of characters in As You Like It
  • Criticism through the ages
  • Characters of Shakespear's plays
  • William Hazlitt
  • 1817
  • "Rosalind,"
  • from
  • Characteristics of women : moral, poetical, & historical
  • Anna Jameson
  • 1833
  • "As You Like I,"
  • from
  • As You Like It in the nineteenth century
  • Shakspeare's dramatic art
  • Hermann Ulrici
  • 1839
  • "Jaques,"
  • from
  • Shakespeare papers
  • William Maginn
  • 1856
  • "As You Like It,"
  • from
  • "Criticisms on Shakspeare's comedies,"
  • Shakespeare-characters : chiefly those subordinate
  • Charles Cowden Clarke
  • 1863
  • "Rosalind,"
  • from
  • Shakespeare's female characters
  • Helena Faucit,
  • Lady Martin
  • "How 'As You LIke It' presents varied forms of humor in conflict with a single conventionality,"
  • from
  • from
  • Shakespeare as a dramatic artist : a popular illustration of the principles of scientific criticism
  • Richard G. Moulton
  • 1893
  • "As You Like It : critical remarks,"
  • from The
  • works of William Shakespeare
  • A. Wilson Verity
  • 1894
  • "Toujours Shakespeare,"
  • from
  • Lectures on dramatic art and literature
  • Dramatic opinions and essays with an apology by Bernard Shaw
  • Beroge Bernard Shaw
  • 1896
  • "'As You Like It,'"
  • from
  • William Shakespeare : a critical study
  • Georg Brandes
  • 1898 --
  • August Wilhelm Schlegel
  • 1809
  • "As You Like It,"
  • from
  • from
  • Lectures on Shakespeare
  • W.H. Auden
  • 1947
  • "As You Like It,"
  • from The
  • meaning of Shakespeare
  • Harold C. Goddard
  • 1951
  • "As You Like It,"
  • As You Like it in the twentieth century
  • from
  • Shakespeare survey
  • Harold Jenkins
  • 1955
  • "The
  • alliance of seriousness and levity in As You Like It,"
  • from
  • Shakespeare's festive comedy
  • C.L. Barber
  • 1959
  • "The
  • "For other than for dancing measures : the complications of As You Like It,"
  • from
  • Shakespeare's pastoral comedy
  • Thomas McFarland
  • 1972
  • "'The
  • place of a brother' in 'As You Like It' : social process and comic form,"
  • from
  • Shakespeare Quarterly
  • Louis Adrian Montrose
  • repetition of Rosalind,"
  • 1981
  • "Introduction,"
  • from
  • As You Like It
  • Harold Bloom
  • 1988
  • "Introduction,"
  • from
  • Rosalind
  • Harold Bloom
  • from
  • 1992 --
  • Chesterton on Shakespeare
  • G.K. Chesterton
  • 1932
  • "As You Like It,'
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index
  • As You Like It in the twenty-first century
  • "The
  • charm of As You Like It,"
  • from
  • Shakespeare : seven tragedies revisited : the dramatist's manipulation of response
  • E.A.J. Honigmann
  • 2002
  • Bibliography
Control code
ocn150255815
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xii, 256 p.
Isbn
9780791095911
Isbn Type
(acid-free paper)
Lccn
2007026810
System control number
(OCoLC)150255815
Label
As you like it, edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom ; volume editor, Pamela Loos
Link
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0721/2007026810.html
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • As You Like It in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries
  • "The
  • argument of As You Like It,"
  • from The
  • works of Mr. William Shakespear
  • Nicholas Rowe
  • 1709
  • "Remarks on the plays of Shakespear"
  • Charles Gildon
  • 1710
  • Series introduction
  • As You Like It (notes),
  • from The
  • plays of William Shakespeare
  • 1765
  • Samuel Johnson
  • "Introduction,"
  • from his edition of
  • As You Like It
  • Edward Capell
  • 1767
  • Introduction
  • "On the melancholy Jaques,"
  • from
  • Philosophical analysis and illustration of some of Shakespeare's remarkable characters
  • William Richardson
  • 1788 --
  • Harold Bloom
  • Biography of William Shakespeare
  • Summary of As You Like It
  • Key passages in As You LIke It
  • List of characters in As You Like It
  • Criticism through the ages
  • Characters of Shakespear's plays
  • William Hazlitt
  • 1817
  • "Rosalind,"
  • from
  • Characteristics of women : moral, poetical, & historical
  • Anna Jameson
  • 1833
  • "As You Like I,"
  • from
  • As You Like It in the nineteenth century
  • Shakspeare's dramatic art
  • Hermann Ulrici
  • 1839
  • "Jaques,"
  • from
  • Shakespeare papers
  • William Maginn
  • 1856
  • "As You Like It,"
  • from
  • "Criticisms on Shakspeare's comedies,"
  • Shakespeare-characters : chiefly those subordinate
  • Charles Cowden Clarke
  • 1863
  • "Rosalind,"
  • from
  • Shakespeare's female characters
  • Helena Faucit,
  • Lady Martin
  • "How 'As You LIke It' presents varied forms of humor in conflict with a single conventionality,"
  • from
  • from
  • Shakespeare as a dramatic artist : a popular illustration of the principles of scientific criticism
  • Richard G. Moulton
  • 1893
  • "As You Like It : critical remarks,"
  • from The
  • works of William Shakespeare
  • A. Wilson Verity
  • 1894
  • "Toujours Shakespeare,"
  • from
  • Lectures on dramatic art and literature
  • Dramatic opinions and essays with an apology by Bernard Shaw
  • Beroge Bernard Shaw
  • 1896
  • "'As You Like It,'"
  • from
  • William Shakespeare : a critical study
  • Georg Brandes
  • 1898 --
  • August Wilhelm Schlegel
  • 1809
  • "As You Like It,"
  • from
  • from
  • Lectures on Shakespeare
  • W.H. Auden
  • 1947
  • "As You Like It,"
  • from The
  • meaning of Shakespeare
  • Harold C. Goddard
  • 1951
  • "As You Like It,"
  • As You Like it in the twentieth century
  • from
  • Shakespeare survey
  • Harold Jenkins
  • 1955
  • "The
  • alliance of seriousness and levity in As You Like It,"
  • from
  • Shakespeare's festive comedy
  • C.L. Barber
  • 1959
  • "The
  • "For other than for dancing measures : the complications of As You Like It,"
  • from
  • Shakespeare's pastoral comedy
  • Thomas McFarland
  • 1972
  • "'The
  • place of a brother' in 'As You Like It' : social process and comic form,"
  • from
  • Shakespeare Quarterly
  • Louis Adrian Montrose
  • repetition of Rosalind,"
  • 1981
  • "Introduction,"
  • from
  • As You Like It
  • Harold Bloom
  • 1988
  • "Introduction,"
  • from
  • Rosalind
  • Harold Bloom
  • from
  • 1992 --
  • Chesterton on Shakespeare
  • G.K. Chesterton
  • 1932
  • "As You Like It,'
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index
  • As You Like It in the twenty-first century
  • "The
  • charm of As You Like It,"
  • from
  • Shakespeare : seven tragedies revisited : the dramatist's manipulation of response
  • E.A.J. Honigmann
  • 2002
  • Bibliography
Control code
ocn150255815
Dimensions
25 cm.
Extent
xii, 256 p.
Isbn
9780791095911
Isbn Type
(acid-free paper)
Lccn
2007026810
System control number
(OCoLC)150255815

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