Inga-Stina Ewbank (1932 - 2004)
British academic and critic.
Shakespeare and the Arts of Language, "Companion to Shakespeare Studies"
Shakespeare’s sonnets have been a riddle to critics and readers alike and in the maze of criticism and interpretation it is more likely for one to lose his way than to get out of it. For those who believe that the sonnets display a chronological order of composition, the separate poems do not have much value by themselves unless they feel the developing situations show a definite pattern of sustained dramatic utterance. For them it is the poetry of self-dramatization unfolding a psychological drama in full five acts.
The Hidden Mystery behind “The Winter’s Tale” as one of the Dramatic Romances of Shakespeare’s Last period: Reflecting His New Attitude of Life
Most Important Thing You Need To Know About “The Poet’s Poet”: Edmund Spenser Bridged the Medieval and Elizabethan Periods
Why Some Critics Almost Always Get Confused with William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” as a Kind of Romance Written in a Tragic Mood
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