Some thoughts on the problems they raise by G. Wilson Knight
A high proportion of the books about Shakespeare appearing in this quatercentenary year have been concerned with the problems raised by the Sonnets. In particular, Leslie Hotson 's book Mr. W. H. suggests a new identity for its subject. Wilson Knight surveys the recent literature and outlines his own view of the solution to some of the questions involved.
by Barry Bermange with Harlus Coring
I I am an employee of twenty years' standing-a business man, from the world of solid things, of real conclusive objects-and all this is alien to me, it is a pole apart, it is the opposite of that which I know, and that which I know and this do not equate, they do not reconcile. I question my presence here. I answer: " AU is not well."
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by MICHAEL HOSKIN Lecfurer in History of Science,
The significance of Galileo's achievement has never been In doubt, but its nature has been hotly debated. Was he the great experimenter of tradition, or did his genius lie elsewhere? Dr. Hoskin discusses Galileo as modern historians see him, four hundred years after his birth.
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