Shakespeare’s vision of the Trojan War reveals the love between Troilus, a prince of Troy, and Cressida, the daughter of a Trojan traitor.
Table of Contents
Troilus and Cressida – William Shakespeare – Edited by Daniel Seltzer D. A. Traversi: ?Troilus and Cressida? S. L. Bethell: From Shakespeare and the Popular Dramatic Tradition Reuben A. Brower: From Poetic and Dramatic Structure in Versions and Translations of Shakespeare Carol Cook: Unbodied Figures of Desire Barbara Bowen: ?Troilus and Cressida? on the Stage
NEWLY ADDED ESSAYS: Claire M. Tylee: From The Text of Cressida and Every Ticklish Reader: ?Troilus and Cressida,? the Greek Camp Scene Roger Apfelbaum: Postscript: ?Troilus and Cressida,? 1990-2001
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