Should You Read Shakespeare?: Literature, Popular Culture & Morality
UNSW Press, 1999 - 179 σελίδες
The capacity of novels and popular culture to both delight and instruct is the starting point for this examination of a broad range of literature, film and television. Anne Waldron Neumann breaks down the artificial divide between 'high culture' and 'popular culture'.
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