Comedy in Tragedy: That It Should Come to This (Paperback)
"Nothing can come of nothing." The comic in Shakespeare's tragedies mockingly swings the far-seen end into full view of its characters, making true the words of the great author. Art imitates life in all its shades of the comic and the tragic--the colors of black, white and the twilight zone of gray. But "having nothing, nothing can he lose," says the Bard; go ahead and feel the flow and majesty of the great plays as you engage in the intricacies of the activities.