The Duchess of Malfi
Publish date: April 1st 2001
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Pages no: 134
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, English Literature
Having just brushed up my Shakespeare I was more-than-usually susceptible to a mention in another book: Sleeping Murder. Since the original publication date is more than 400 years ago, it is quite easy to find a free copy. Total instant gratification!***The saucy Duchess just popped again, as an epi...
BOSOLA. Break, heart! Which pretty much sums up my reaction to this play. That and the recurring question of "Why have I not read or seen this before now?". As much as I am sure that I will never truly love Jacobean revenge tragedies, and as much as I am sure that I will always be grossed out by...
The Duchess of Malfi was one of the texts I read for AS English Literature, and I loved it.The plot is slightly crazy; with The Duchess' husband having just died and her brothers the Cardinal and Ferdinand both petitioning her to re-marry a certain type of man. However, the Duchess is in love with A...
First thoughts: THANK GOD THIS IS OVER WITH! AUGH.My God. My brain hurts.MY ANGER HURTS.**Also just a forerunner: Everything after this will be going full tilt into spoilers. So if you don't want to see them, skip ahead to where the bold asterisks mark the continuation spot please!**I read this play...
It was an interesting story but when you have to read it for class. The love is taken out of it.