Monday, November 17, 2014

JW Mason — "As If a Man Were Author of Himself"


A commentary on Shakerspeare's Coriolanus.

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"As If a Man Were Author of Himself"
JW Mason

3 comments:

Matt Franko said...

Shakespeare slanders Rome...

Dan Kervick said...

Coriolanus is one of my favorite Shakespeare plays. It's Shakespeare at his height as an observer of the intersection of political institutions with human psychological realities.

JW Mason said...

Dan Kervick - Glad to hear. I was astonished at how politically acute it was when I first saw it.