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Manipulation, Murder & Madness

VITAL WORKS RECONSIDERED, #36

By Mitchell Kalpakgian | September 2013
Mitchell Kalpakgian, a Contributing Editor of the NOR, is currently a visiting professor of literature at Thomas More College of Liberal Arts in New Hampshire. He is the author of numerous books, including The Marvelous in Fielding's Novels, The Mysteries of Life in Children's Literature, and the recently released Virtues We Need Again: 21 Life Lessons from the Great Books of the West, from which this article is reprinted with the permission of The Crossroad Publishing Company.

Macbeth. By William Shakespeare.

Due to publisher restrictions this article is not available on the NOR website. For more information, please see the Crossroad Publishing website.

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