Modern Believing

‘SPEAK AGAIN’: LIFE, LOVE AND LANGUAGE IN KING LEAR

Modern Believing (2017), 58, (2), 123–130.

Abstract

In a version of his spoken address, Vittorio Montemaggi demonstrates how King Lear invites us to reflect on theatre and the nature of Resurrection as the ‘theological horizon’ in which language and love are spoken.

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Montemaggi, Vittorio