James Shapiro Quotes

Top 10 wise famous quotes and sayings by James Shapiro

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James Shapiro quotes: Genius may be a necessary precondition for creating a masterpiece but it's never a sufficient one. Genius may be a necessary precondition for creating a masterpiece but it's never a sufficient one.
James Shapiro quotes: Is his benevolent art meant to distract us from Prospero's absolutist exercise of authority over his subjects? Is his benevolent art meant to distract us from Prospero's absolutist exercise of authority over his subjects?
James Shapiro quotes: First, my fear; then, my curtsy; last my speech. My fear is your displeasure; my curtsy, my duty; and my speech, to beg your pardons. First, my fear; then, my curtsy; last my speech. My fear is your displeasure; my curtsy, my duty; and my speech, to beg your pardons.
James Shapiro quotes: No bishop, no king"; he might have added, "No devil, no divine right. No bishop, no king"; he might have added, "No devil, no divine right.
James Shapiro quotes: he will equivocate at the gallows; but he will be hanged without equivocation. he will equivocate at the gallows; but he will be hanged without equivocation.
James Shapiro quotes: I am a man more sinned against than sinning" (Lear, 9.60). I am a man more sinned against than sinning" (Lear, 9.60).
James Shapiro quotes: You there was, or might be, such a man / As this I dreamt of?" - he can only answer like a Roman, "Gentle madam, no, You there was, or might be, such a man / As this I dreamt of?" - he can only answer like a Roman, "Gentle madam, no,
James Shapiro quotes: Lear wills his own death: "Break, heart, I prithee break Lear wills his own death: "Break, heart, I prithee break
James Shapiro quotes: WHEN SCHOLARS TALK ABOUT THE SOURCES OF SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS, they almost always mean printed books like Raphael Holinshed's Chronicles WHEN SCHOLARS TALK ABOUT THE SOURCES OF SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS, they almost always mean printed books like Raphael Holinshed's Chronicles