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The Shakespeare reader

William Shakespeare

The Shakespeare reader

with notes, historical and grammatical

by William Shakespeare

  • 153 Want to read
  • 32 Currently reading

Published by T. Nelson and Sons in London, Edinburgh, New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Walter Scott Dalgleish, M.A.
SeriesNelson"s school series, Royal school series
ContributionsDalgleish, Walter Scott, 1834-1897.
The Physical Object
Paginationx, [3]-418 p.
Number of Pages418
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20575306M

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The Shakespeare Book is an excellent companion book for anyone interested in reading Shakespeare or simply wanting to familiarize himself better with Shakespeare's works. This book covers the entire canon of Shakespeare. With each play there is a plot summary, a discussion of themes, and listing of /5.

In The Shakespeare Book each play includes an at-a-glance guide to story chronology, so you can easily get back on track if you get lost in Shakespeare's language.

Character guides provide a handy reference for casual readers and an invaluable resource for playgoers, and students writing reports on Shakespeare/5(). Well, I’ve now read The Sandpit twice, and I’m pretty sure I shall read it again in a few months’ time.

Book review: The Sandpit, by Nicholas Shakespeare, Harvill Secker, pp, £ A Author: Allan Massie. How to Read Shakespeare for Beginners - Selecting Your Text and Preparing YourselfSelect a a good arize yourself with the most frequent "tand Shakespeare’s use of Shakespeare’s wordplay. (more items).

Shakespeare's Final Play2 April tIt can be really annoying as you read a book and pick up all of these wonderful ideas about the themes and suddenly discover that you have forgotten them by the time you get around to writing the review.

Copies of the first collected edition of Shakespeare’s plays, the First Folio ofoften show great enthusiasm at the start of the volume, which tails off with readers’ best intentions.

Twelve of Shakespeare's greatest tales come to life in this entertaining collection of short, lively stories specially adapted for young readers.

Capturing the vital events and using some of the original wording, the stories serve as a perfect introduction to Shakespeare for preteens and as literate refreshers for older s: A wonderful book' - Margaret Drabble 'If I were asked to recommend one guide for readers keen on discovering what's at stake in Shakespeare's plays, This Is Shakespeare would be it.

Deeply informed, never dogmatic, and alert to how performance matters, Emma Smith understands that Shakespeare's plays prompt questions rather than provide answers. First Folio by William Shakespeare (worth $ million).

Originally titled Mr. William Shakespeare’s Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies, the First Folio is a collection of 23 plays by William. Shakespeare read widely and actively in a remarkable variety of forms, genres, and languages.

He then incorporated, adapted, and transformed those texts in his own poems and plays. This case includes examples of the many kinds of books that would have constituted Shakespeare’s library. School Books. “Shakespeare is the only biographer of Shakespeare. So far from Shakespeare’s being the least known, he is the one person in all modern history fully known to us.” ~ Emerson The Obscure & The Elusive This ‘biography’ that Ackroyd strings together is mostly tedious, though it has a few really good moments and it has to be admitted that it presents most of the facts that is known of 4/5.

This is probably the best encyclopaedia of Shakespeare ever. It was published under two different titles, either "A Shakespeare Encyclopaedia" in Great Britain and "The Reader's Encyclopedia of Shakespeare" in The United States of America.

I use 1st edition fromBritish version, and I Reviews: 7. The Free Electronic Shakespeare Reader is a downloadable piece of software that you can install on any Windows computer, and instantly have all of Shakespeare's 38 plays at your fingertips.

Even though this book may be aimed at younger readers or to introduce someone to Shakespeare, I really love this may not be the deepest or most thorough examination of the plays, but it is still very useful for quick reference,especially for the more obscure the plays and major works are discussed in a very accessible format /5().

The Shakespeare Encyclopedia book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A beautifully illustrated reference that provides a dee /5. The Complete Works of William Shakespeare book. Read 10 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This historic book may have numerous typo /5.

William Shakespeare, Shakespeare also spe The Third Part of King Henry the Sixth - Read book online Read online: Henry VI, Part 3 is a history play by William Shakespeare believed to have been written in and set during the lifetime of King Henry VI of E.

So if you were recommending Shakespeare to a friend, which book would you tell them to read first. I would probably tell them to read the Usborne Illustrated Stories from is quite straightforward and not confusing and probably the easiest book to get your head round on my list.

But some of Shakespeare’s plays are easier to make sense of than others. For your convenience, I’ve ranked them in order of how accessible they are to the modern, barely-interested reader.

Disclaimer: I have not listed all of the bard’s plays, but I think we can all agree that I have at least listed some of them. I read at the back of this book, that Shakespeare seems to suggest, the potential for evil is lurking inside us all, an Macbeth would have to be my second favourite Shakespeare play.

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Publish your eBooks now - .Get this from a library! The Shakespeare reader. [William Shakespeare] -- An anthology of Shakespeare's well-known plays, including Hamlet, Othello, and Romeo and Juliet.