Shakespeare Electronic Conference: SHK 8.0219.  Saturday, 15 February 1997.

From:           Simon Malloch <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Saturday, 15 Feb 1997 21:27:47 +0800
Subject:        Harold Goddard

I am currently reading Harold Goddard's *Meaning of Shakespeare*,  and was
wondering what others thought on where he stands in the canon of 20th century
Shakespearean criticism.  I have not seen him mentioned in detail,  only by
Harold Bloom who believes Goddard's text to be the best single book on
Shakespeare.  Any opinions?  Did Goddard write anything else worth looking up?

Simon Malloch

P.S I am also after a copy of Goddard in Hardcover,  if anyone has a copy they
wish to sell.

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