Leo Paul S. de Alvarez (essay date 1981)
SOURCE: de Alvarez, Leo Paul S. “Timon of Athens.” In Shakespeare as Political Thinker, edited by John Alvis and Thomas G. West, pp. 157-79. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, 1981.
[In the following essay, de Alvarez maintains that the city of Athens and its politics are the main focus of Timon of Athens, and closely examines the three principal characters—Timon, Apemantus, and Alcibiades.]
Timon of Athens, according to Howard B. White, is perhaps “the most complete...
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