Shakespeare After All

Shakespeare After All draws from author Marjorie Garber's popular lecture courses at Harvard and Yale. The book addresses each of the thirty-eight plays individually, in chronological sequence, along with a comprehensive introduction to Shakespeare’s life and times and an extensive bibliography. According to The New Yorker, "Although she has no blockbuster Bard thesis to prove, her introduction is an exemplary account of what is known about Shakespeare and how his work has been read and regarded through the centuries, while the individual essays display scrupulous and subtle close reading."