Love's Labor's Lost | Literature Criticism Critical Review by Matt Wolf

This literature criticism consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis & critique of Love's Labor's Lost.
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Critical Review by Matt Wolf

SOURCE: Wolf, Matt. Review of Love's Labour's Lost. Variety 390, no. 5 (17 March 2003): 43-4.

In the following review of Trevor Nunn's 2003 Royal National Theater staging of Love's Labour's Lost, Wolf contends that the production was a “partial success,” noting that it came alive only in the second half of the play.

What a difference an interval—sorry, intermission—makes. There's no other way to sum up one's experience of the lavish and leisurely National Theater production of Love's Labour's Lost, which marks the final production of National a.d. Trevor Nunn after 5 1/2 years at the helm. Closing out his tenure with a staging that takes until its second half to show off Nunn as the leading classicist that he is...

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