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Daemonic Figures: Shakespeare and the Question of Conscience by Ned Lukacher epub fb2 djvu

Author: Ned Lukacher
Title: Daemonic Figures: Shakespeare and the Question of Conscience
ISBN: 0801430526
ISBN13: 978-0801430527
Other Formats: lit txt mobi doc
Pages: 264 pages
Publisher: Cornell Univ Pr (December 1, 1994)
Language: English
Size EPUB version: 1647 kb
Size FB2 version: 1411 kb
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Dramas & Plays

Macbeth is universally recognized as Shakespeare's great drama of the absolute and fatal frustration brought on by the pangs of conscience. In a book of striking originality and uncommon insight, Ned Lukacher explores a previously undiscovered story--the role of Shakespeare himself in the history of conscience. Focusing on key moments in that history, Daemonic Figures traces the influence of Shakespeare's works on Heidegger's and Freud's interpretations of conscience.

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