In the 1920s and 1930s, Craig drafted two essays on Shakespeare, neither of which was completed nor published. Although they cannot be ranked among Craig’s most inspired writings, these two unfinished essays are of great interest, as they show that Craig, then in his fifties-sixties, was walking on a thin line dividing two most contrasted landscapes: on the one hand he was more attracted than ever to forms of radical modernity, on the other hand he was at risk of indulging in gratuitously archaeological reconstitutions, while being aware of that danger.
© 2017 Patrick Le Boeuf
Le Boeuf, Patrick
"Two Unknown Essays By Craig On The Production Of Shakespeare's Plays,"
Vol. 26, Article 14.
Available at: http://scholarship.claremont.edu/mimejournal/vol26/iss1/14