From Library Journal
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There are lots of great shakespeare books. This is one of them. For a director or an actor, its a complete explication of sound, meaning and verse structure in Shakespeare. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Jul
Though one might not agree with everything Helen Vendler says, this work does provide an awful lot of food for thought. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Chris
Excellent commentary on Shakespeare's Sonnets from a sensitive scholar; Vendler provides enlightening analysis of each sonnet.Published 4 months ago by Joan M. Hall
One more book devoted to William. How can much more be said?Published 7 months ago by Matthew Weiner
Excellent scholarly examination of the sonnets in great detail, for their art, without much concern for the circumstances of their writing,Published 12 months ago by Paul Yergin
I like the book's format: each sonnet is presented as originally published in the early 17th century and a modern version is presented below it and on the same page. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Anita
This was a gift to a relative who's into Shakespeare's sonnets. I have no opinion of the book. But I do know that it's regarded as superb.Published 15 months ago by Calvin F. Senning
Unique insight and commentary, and essential balance to Booth, Duncan-Jones, and Patterson (all of whom are also essential Sonnet resources!)Published 17 months ago by Brian Myers Cooper
Shakespeare uses words the way Mozart uses notes. See writing at the very highest pitch of which we are capable. Read morePublished 17 months ago by david m. rieker