Shakespeare's Prophetic Mind
Rudolf Steiner Press, 1964 - 63 strán (strany)
"A. C. Harwood is best known as a Lecturer and Writer on Education. His last book on this subject The Recovery of Man in Childhood (Hodder and Stoughton) is now in its third impression. But he has also made a special study of Shakespeare's Plays and has lectured extensively on them in Britain, U.S.A., Canada and South Africa. His main theme has been an unusual one, the developing of the Image of Man in the whole sequence of the Plays. He has here condensed his principal discoveries in this field into a short and highly readable volume" --
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