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چشم انداز طبیعی: گسترش کمدی و رمانس شکسپیری

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در میان نوشته‌‌های نورتروپ فرای در باب شکسپیر، کتاب چشم‌انداز طبیعی جایگاهی والا دارد. در این کتاب او، در مقام منتقد و نظریه‌پردازی بزرگ، به دسته‌بندی قواعد مستولی بر کمدی‌ها و رمانس‌های شکسپیر می‌پردازد و نشان می‌دهد چگونه شکسپیر با به‌کارگیری زیرساخت‌های اسطوره‌ای، اعتلای قراردادهای نمایشی، و بازآفرینی داستان‌های فولکلور به اوج مهارت تکنیکی خویش دست می‌یابد. طیف وسیع مضا ...more
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Michael Finocchiaro
This is a classic piece of literary criticism dealing with Shakespeare's last few plays. Northrop Frye argues that the late plays are the accumulation of all the genius of Shakespeare's comedies and tragedies. It shows how nature and the external world in general takes more space in these plays. ...more
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Frye writes beautifully, and has a deeper understanding of Shakespeare's structures than anyone I've read. Every page was bursting with ideas and aphorisms. Last night I dreamt I was looking through a selection of Northrop Frye books each dedicated to a single play; in the morning I was greatly disappointed to find it was a dream. If Frye had been able to focus on every Shakespeare play in such a manner, the world would have been richer for it. ...more
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Born in Quebec but raised in New Brunswick, Frye studied at the University of Toronto and Victoria University. He was ordained to the ministry of the United Church of Canada and studied at Oxford before returning to UofT.

His first book, Fearful Symmetry, was published in 1947 to international acclaim. Until then, the prophetic poetry of William Blake had long been poorly understood, considered by
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