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Festering Lilies: On Surveying the Secret Life of William Shakespeare
A half century and more has elapsed now since T. S. Eliot declared Hamlet to be "most certainly an artistic failure."1 "What is deficient in Hamlet," Eliot went on to say, is that "Hamlet (the man) is dominated by an emotion ...
LETTER OF RPW TO VS, SEPTEMBER 1977
[The following letter is in response to Victor Strandberg's book The Poetic Vision of Robert Penn Warren]