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Product Description: At the end of the sixteenth century, scholars and intellectuals were seen as Faustian magicians, dangerous and sexy. By the nineteenth century, they were perceived as dusty and dried up, “dead from the waist down,” as Browning so wickedly put it...read more

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9780300098402 | Yale Univ Pr, October 1, 2003, cover price $30.00 | About this edition: At the end of the 16th century, scholars and intellectuals were seen as Faustian magicians, dangerous and sexy.

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9780300185263 | Yale Univ Pr, December 9, 2011, cover price $30.00 | About this edition: At the end of the sixteenth century, scholars and intellectuals were seen as Faustian magicians, dangerous and sexy.

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Product Description: A. D. Nuttall’s study of Shakespeare’s intellectual preoccupations is a literary tour de force and comes to crown the distinguished career of a Shakespeare scholar. Certain questions engross Shakespeare from his early plays to the late romances: the nature of motive, cause, personal identity and relation, the proper status of imagination, ethics and subjectivity, language and its capacity to occlude and to communicate...read more

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9780300119282 | 1 edition (Yale Univ Pr, April 23, 2007), cover price $30.00 | About this edition: Offers a critical analysis of the themes, ideas, and preoccupations exemplified in the body of Shakespeare's work, including the nature of motive, cause, personal identity and relation, the status of imagination, ethics and subjectivity, and language andits capacity to communicate.

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9780300136296 | Reprint edition (Yale Univ Pr, April 1, 2008), cover price $19.00 | About this edition: A.

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Product Description: In pursuit of a powerful, common-sense argument about realism, renowned scholar A. D. Nuttall discusses English eighteenth-century and French neo-classical conceptions of realism, and considers Julius Caesar, Coriolanus, The Merchant of Venice, Othello, and both parts of King Henry IV as a prolonged feat of mimesis, with particular emphasis on Shakespeare’s perception of society and culture as subject to historical change...read more

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9780300118650, titled "A New Mimesis: Shakespeare and the Representation of Reality" | Reprint edition (Yale Univ Pr, April 28, 2007), cover price $21.00 | About this edition: In pursuit of a powerful, common-sense argument about realism, renowned scholar A.
9781551113906 | Broadview Pr, October 1, 2001, cover price $14.95 | About this edition: In pursuit of a powerful, common-sense argument about realism, renowned scholar A.

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Product Description: The Trinity of orthodox Christianity is harmonious. The Trinity for Blake is, conspicuously, not a happy family: the Father and the Son do not get on. It might be thought that so cumbersome a notion is inconceivable before the rise of Romanticism but the Ophite Gnostics of the second century AD appear to have thought that God the Father was a jealous tyrant because he forbade Adam and Eve to eat from the Tree of Knowledge and that the serpent, who led the way to the Tree of Knowledge, was really Christ...read more

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9780198184621 | Clarendon Pr, November 12, 1998, cover price $155.00 | About this edition: What is the creator of the world were evil?

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9780199213160 | Oxford Univ Pr on Demand, March 29, 2007, cover price $51.00 | About this edition: The Trinity of orthodox Christianity is harmonious.

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Product Description: Why does tragedy give pleasure? Why do people who are neither wicked nor depraved enjoy watching plays about suffering and death? Is it because we see horrific matter controlled by majestic art? Or because tragedy actually reaches out to the dark side of human nature? Nuttall's wide-ranging, lively, and engaging book offers a new answer to this perennial question...read more

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9780198183716 | Oxford Univ Pr, August 1, 1996, cover price $49.95 | About this edition: Why does tragedy give pleasure?

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9780198187660, titled "Why Does Tragedy Give Pleasure?" | Oxford Univ Pr on Demand, May 24, 2001, cover price $64.00 | About this edition: Why does tragedy give pleasure?

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Product Description: What is the difference between a natural beginning and the beginning of a story? Some deny that there are any beginnings in nature, except perhaps for the origin of the universe itself, suggesting that elsewhere there is only a continuum of events, into which beginnings are variously "read" by different societies...read more

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9780198117414 | Clarendon Pr, May 14, 1992, cover price $155.00 | About this edition: What is the difference between a natural beginning and the beginning of a story?

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Product Description: This series offers fresh insights to Shakespeare with: -- In-depth book-length treatments of the plays and poems-- New perspectives on existing critical approaches

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9780805787146 | Twayne Pub, May 1, 1989, cover price $20.95 | About this edition: This series offers fresh insights to Shakespeare with: -- In-depth book-length treatments of the plays and poems-- New perspectives on existing critical approaches

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9780805787153 | Twayne Pub, May 1, 1989, cover price $35.00 | About this edition: This series offers fresh insights to Shakespeare with: -- In-depth book-length treatments of the plays and poems-- New perspectives on existing critical approaches

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Product Description: In pursuit of a powerful, common-sense argument about realism, renowned scholar A. D. Nuttall discusses English eighteenth-century and French neo-classical conceptions of realism, and considers Julius Caesar, Coriolanus, The Merchant of Venice, Othello, and both parts of King Henry IV as a prolonged feat of mimesis, with particular emphasis on Shakespeare’s perception of society and culture as subject to historical change...read more

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9780416358704 | Reprint edition (Routledge, April 1, 1985), cover price $13.95 | About this edition: In pursuit of a powerful, common-sense argument about realism, renowned scholar A.

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9780048000170 | Unwin Hyman, April 1, 1984, cover price $55.00

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