"The Winter's Tale" - William Shakespeare (Bloom's Shakespeare Through the Ages)
By: Prof. Harold Bloom (editor), Paul Gleed (volume_editor)Hardback
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First performed in May 1611, "The Winter's Tale" is a play about reconciliation, atonement, and the healing effects of time. Leontes, a paranoid tyrant, suffers from his own rash behavior and jealous delusions. With the arrival of his long-lost daughter and when the statue of his dead wife magically returns to life, order is restored, the family is reunited, and his atonement is complete. This entry in "Bloom's Shakespeare Through the Ages" set features criticism about "The Winter's Tale" from a variety of sources and centuries, making it an invaluable addition to any literature classroom.
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