Can you name the forces that control your fate? Are you driven along to a divinely designed destiny, or does your own free will determine the way? Or do physical laws and logic decide? Or a cloaked mystic observing the cloudy core of a crystal orb? Or dim stars doing their ancient dance? Or a wildly wheeling collection of colorful cones? Do not dismiss the latter as lunacy, unless you are wise to the ways of the egg wardens.
If Shakespeare's last plays—Pericles, Cymbeline, The Winter's Tale, The Tempest, and Henry VIII—are to be neither debunked nor idealized but taken seriously on their own terms, they must be examined within the traditions and conventions of romance. Howard Felperin defines this relatively neglected literary mode and locates these…
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