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Published by Department of English, University of Calgary in Calgary .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Shakespeare, William, -- 1564-1616.,
  • Knight, G.Wilson -- 1897-1985.

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ContributionsUniversity of Calgary. Department of English.
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Open LibraryOL21300073M

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  Wilson Knight, criticism on Shakespeare, his tragedies, shakespearean criticism Posted on Author Leave a comment George Richard Wilson Knight () was an English literary critic and academic, known particularly for his interpretation of mythic content in literature, and his essays The Wheel of Fire on Shakespeare’s drama. Originally published in , this classic of modern Shakespeare criticism proves both enlightening and innovative. Standing head and shoulders above all other Shakespearean interpretations, Wheel of Fire is the masterwork of the brilliant English scholar G. Wilson Knight. Founding a new and influential school of Shakespearean criticism, Wheel of Fire was Knight's first venture in the field. The Crown of Life: Essays in Interpretation of Shakespeare's Final Plays Volume 3 of Collected works, George Wilson Knight Volume 3 of G. Wilson Knight Collected Works Volume 3 of Works, George Wilson Knight: Author: George Wilson Knight: Edition: reprint: Publisher: Taylor & Francis, ISBN: , Length: pages. This Is a study of G. Wilson KnIght's critical theory whIch Includes his Imaginative Interpretation of Shakespeare. Since, b~dly speaking, Knight's theory's representative of the Imagistic approach to Shakespeare's work, this study will conta'n many examples of .

  G. Wilson Knight was a mid-century critic probably most known for an infamous little essay on Hamlet he wrote in called “The Embassy of Death” (collected in The Wheel of Fire).The essay is sort of a troll. He argues that but for Hamlet himself, Denmark is a happy, lively place under the wise, gentle rule of Claudius. Book Notes KNIGHT, G. WILSON. Shakespeare and Religion. New York: Barnes & Noble, pages. $ G. Wilson Knight is one of the most influential interpreters of Shakespeare in our time. His works on Shakespeare include The Imperial Theme (), The Shakespearian. Book English University of Newcastle Library. Open to the public: /L4,A,B,C Book English University of Tasmania. Open to the public.b; held Book English UNSW Sydney. UNSW Library. Open to the public: ; HELD Book English.   In Shakespeare and the Classics (), J.A.K. Thompson wrote that he was “content with throwing out the suggestion that, through the medium of North’s Plutarch, Shakespeare divined the true spirit of Greek Tragedy.” 11 Thompson’s suggestion that Plutarch was the surrogate literary mediator for Shakespeare’s adoptions from Greek drama.

George Richard Wilson Knight (–) was an English literary critic and academic, known particularly for his interpretation of mythic content in literature, and The Wheel of Fire, a collection of essays on Shakespeare's plays. He was also an actor and theatrical director, and considered an outstanding lecturer. 10Bradley's sympathetic reading of Othello, with its emphasis on Othello's nobility, Desdemona's saintliness, and Iago's central role as destroyer of their mutual and admirable love, has been enormously influential, although his approach has been attacked vigorously over the years, mostly notably in the s by G. Wilson Knight, L.C. Knights. G. Wilson Knight. Publication date 0 Publisher Meridian Books Collection universallibrary Contributor Universal Digital Library Language English. Addeddate Barcode Call number Digitalpublicationdate Identifier wheeloffirembp. G. Wilson Knight Originally published in , Wheel of Fire is the masterwork of the brilliant English scholar G. Wilson Knight in which he founds a new and influential school of Shakespearean criticism.