Poets and Playwrights is a collection of nine essays by the eminent Shakespearean scholar and critic, the late Elmer Edgar Stoll. In this work, which was first published by the University of Minnesota Press in 1930, Professor Stoll presents his maturest consideration of the art of the poets and playwrights of his subtitle -- Shakespeare, Jonson, Spenser, and Milton. The most extensive essay, “Shakespeare and the Moderns,” includes, in Mr. Stoll’s words, “a review of Shakespeare as I conceive him, in order the better to compare him with those who in some respect or other are his peers.”
Subjects: Language & Literature
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