Desdemona, Lady Macbeth, and Cleopatra: Tragic Women in Shakespeare's Plays (Paperback)
Ana Maribel Moreno has once again proven Shakespeare's universality in presenting three of his most tragic females as very modern in their love and desires.
-Dr. Colomba Luque de P rez
If a poet can teach about life, surely that poet is Shakespeare. That is why the work of those who illuminate their profound worlds appreciated. Especially if those worlds are the virginal heart of Desdemona, the tremendous one of Cleopatra or the wicked heart of Lady Macbeth.
-Gregorio Urriola Candanedo
An amazing piece of literature, well-thought, well-written, and well-delivered. I am glad I was able to enjoy the deep-rooted analysis and importance of these famous Shakespearean characters. Keep up the good work. Heartfelt congratulations.
Tragedy is analyzed in this study in women's lives who faced with few resources such as love, faith, caution, courage, ingeniousness and loquaciousness to reach for their dreams.
-Jackeline West Roux
This book caught my eye because I had never before read anything focused, exclusively, on Shakespeare's female characters. I was very pleasantly surprised, to say the least. Let's face it-Shakespeare is not for everybody. Prof. Moreno's style is inimitable. Here, she's managed to take a very complex subject and explain it in terms that everybody is able to understand and appreciate.