By L. L. Hillegass

An excellent drama of social mixings, mixing jointly pimps and spies, dukes and friars, this darkish comedy examines the justice served through a versatile govt. no one captures a photo of a social period like Shakespeare.

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Van Doren, Mark. Shakespeare. New York: Henry Holt, 1939. 217-24. Emphasizes the moral corruption of a society as the author's theme and the dominating factor in the action.

Rowse, A. L. William Shakespeare: A Biography. New York: Harper and Row, 1963. 360-65. Sees theme as justice without hypocrisy. Considers the author to have been in sympathy with the loose morality of the setting, and involved with the play. Van Doren, Mark. Shakespeare. New York: Henry Holt, 1939. 217-24. Emphasizes the moral corruption of a society as the author's theme and the dominating factor in the action.

Considers the author to have been in sympathy with the loose morality of the setting, and involved with the play. Van Doren, Mark. Shakespeare. New York: Henry Holt, 1939. 217-24. Emphasizes the moral corruption of a society as the author's theme and the dominating factor in the action.

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