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Hawkins, Harriett Hawkins. Стр. 100 Our Blessed Saviour affirms himself to be the Way, the Truth, and the Light, that he came to bear witness to the Truth, and that his Word is Truth. These expressions were remembered to good purpose. For Valentine in his pretended Madness.
Harriett B. Hawkins was an American English educator. A. M. McLean of Library Journal called it a well-written and intelligently argued study, as well as an important book. She was known for her arguments against many traditional critical assessments of English literature. A contributor to Choice felt Hawkins’ insights were valuable for their crisp dismissal of current critical fads.
Chicago Distribution Center. Harriett Hawkins," Modern Philology 72, no. 1 (Au. 1974): 87-92.
Likenesses of truth in Elizabethan and Restoration drama: ISBN 9780198120193 . Coauthors & Alternates.
Likenesses of truth in Elizabethan and Restoration drama: ISBN 9780198120193 (978-0-19-812019-3) Hardcover, Clarendon Press, 1972. Measure for Measure" (Critical Introduction to Shakespeare). ISBN 9780710811103 (978-0-7108-1110-3) Hardcover, Branch Line, 1987. Learn More at LibraryThing. HARRIETT HAWKINS at LibraryThing.
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The theatre (as Elizabethan Drama) as entertainment flourished and became popular i.
The theatre (as Elizabethan Drama) as entertainment flourished and became popular in. Its popularity matched that of 5th Century Greece. The Elizabethan Age is often extended till 1642 when the theatres were closed under the Puritanical revival. The new Elizabethan introduced a hero who was not ascertained of his fate and was full of doubts and passions that catapulted drama as the favourite pass time for many.