Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. Cindy Melby Phaneuf
This study examines William Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale concentrating on what have commonly been perceived to be its problem areas. The play contains a blend of fantasy and realism which has contributed to its divided reception from audiences, critics, and scholars. It is argued that this mixture is not a result of Shakespeare’s failing powers but evidence of a unique and highly theatrical style.
Urbinati, Rob, "The Winter's Tale: Problem areas in text and production" (1992). Student Work. 3169.