Pericles Prince Of Tyre
Paperback. Pub Date :1976-04-29 Pages: 208 Language: English Publisher: Penguin Classics Controversy has surrounded Pericles for centuries. due to the fact that critics and editors have argued that much of the play was written between 1607 and 1608 by one of Shakespeares inferior collaborators. and that it shows in both its style and content. However.
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This edition shows Shakespeare's Pericles to be a unified aesthetic experience.