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Medina 1 Jennifer Medina Professor Copeland English 102 16 October 2013 William Shakespeare’s Poetry: Influences that shaped his Literature An Annotated Bibliography Berry, Philippa. Shakespeare's Feminine Endings : Disfiguring Death In The Tragedies. London: Routledge, 1999. eBook Collection (EBSCOhost). Web. 10. Oct. 2013. In this book, Philippa Berry draws the readers’ attention on a couple of subjects. Some of them being: the feminist theory, and postmodern thought. This is a different outlook on the Shakespearian tragedies. Some of his work is referred to women, so this is a good source to look at when researching one of Shakespeare’s works that directs to women. Boyd, Brian. Why Lyrics Last: Evolution, Cognition, And Shakespeare's Sonnets. Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 2012. eBook Academic Collection (EBSCOhost). Web. 10. Oct. 2013. In the book “Why Lyrics Last” the internationally acclaimed critic Bryan Boyd finds that lyric making is “universal across cultures because it fits constraints of the human kind”. He goes into depth about Shakespeare’s Sonnets. The author explores Shakespeare use of patterns involving words, imagery, etc. This book helps Shakespearian audience to understand, comprehend and better appreciate his fine work. Brian Boyd’s analysis of the complexities of Mr. Shakespeare’s work helps readers
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Medina 2 profound their knowledge so, that when they come to read any Shakespearian works they are able to fully get something unique and important from it.
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