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New York: Chelsea House, A collection of ten critical essays on the comedy, compiled by Yale critic Harold Bloom, and arranged in chronological order of initial publication. Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human. New York: Riverhead Books, Booth, Stephen.
SparkNotes: Twelfth Night: Suggestions for Further Reading
Newark: University of Delaware Press, An essay by UC Berkley professor Stephen Booth exploring the use and virtue of nonsense within Twelfth Night , arguing that the first scene of the play is a deliberate exercise in stealthy deception, tricking the audience to thinkthe scene is linguistically coherent when in fact the scene is not. Gay, Penny.
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