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A midsummer night's dream is a comedy written by william shakespeare in 1595/96 the earliest such piece of criticism was a 1662 entry in the diary of samuel pepys he found the play to be the most insipid ridiculous play that ever i saw. Critical analysis: a midsummer night's dream a midsummer night's dream is a comedy play, written by william shakespeare around 1594 or 1595 it is about. A midsummer night's dream (dover thrift editions) and millions of other books are available “a genuinely new critical approach to the shakespearean text. A midsummer night's dream (arden shakespeare second series) print share bookmark william shakespeare edited by harold brooks. Hey i need some help can someone point to me some authors of criticism for shakespeare's midsummer night's dream i have an essay to write on this book.
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