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Publisher Description

The ultimate Shakespeare's collection targeting the most demanding readers, featuring more than 73 titles and extras, annotated, illustrated and designed specifically.


In this carefully put together e-book, you will find:


– All of Shakepeare’s plays.


– The apocrypha works.


– The poems and sonnets.


– Introduction and analysis for each play.


– Dozens of biographical and criticism extras so that you can discover more of his personality and life.


– Hundreds of original images and annotations.


– An intuitive and ergonomical navigational system:

• Navigate by a simple click from chapter to chapter and from book to book

• Instantaneously reach the main hyperlinked table of contents

• Navigate easily with the stand-alone table of contents included in each book.


Detailled features:


– COMEDY:

The comedy of errors (1589) • Love's labours lost (1590) • The two gentlemen of Verona (1591) • A midsummer night’s dream (1594) • The merchant of venice (1594) • The taming of the Shrew (1594) • All’s well that ends well (1598) • As you like it (1598) • The merry wives of Windsor (1599) • Twelfth night or what you will (1599) • Much ado about nothing (1600) • Measure for measure (1604) • The winter's tale (1610) • The tempest (1611)


– HISTORY:

King Henry IV part I (1597) • King Henry IV part II (1597) • King Henry V (1599) • King Henry VI, part I (1592) • King Henry VI, part II (1593) • King Henry VI, part III (1595) • King Henry VIII (1613) • King John (1596) • King Richard II (1597) • King Richard III (1593)


– TRAGEDY:

Romeo and Juliet (1591) • Titus Andronicus (1592) • Hamlet, prince of Denmark (1599) • Julius Caesar (1599) • Troilus and Cressida (1602) • Othello (1604) • King Lear (1605) • Macbeth (1606) • Antony and Cleopatra (1607) • Timon of Athens (1607) • Pericles, prince of Tyre (1608) • Coriolanus (1608) • Cymbeline (1610)


– APOCRYPHA:

Faire em (1590) • The lamentable tragedy of Locrine (1591) • Arden of Feversham (1592) • The merry devill of Edmonton (1592) • Sir John Oldcastle (1600) • The life and death of the Lord Cromwell (1602) • The london prodigal (1605) • The puritan, or the widow of Watling Street (1607) • Mucedorus (1610) • The second Maiden's tragedy (1611) • Sir Thomas More (1844)


– POETRY:

The sonnets (1592) • The rape of Lucrece (1594) • Venus and Adonis (1593) • The passionate Pilgrim (1599) • The phoenix and the turtle (1601) • A lover's complaint (1609) • A funeral elegy for master William Peter (1612


– Other:

Last will and testament (1616)


– EXTRAS – Biographical:

Shakespeare: his life, art, and characters by the rev. H.N. Hudson (1872) • The life of Shakespeare by Sidney Lee (1885-1900) • Shakespeare's family by mrs. C. C. Stopes (1901) • The man shakespeare and his tragic life story by Frank Harris (1909) • Shakespeare, William by John William Cousin (1910) • William Shakespeare, his homes and haunts by S.l. Bensusan (1910) • The religion of Shakespeare by Herbert Thurston (1913) • Hamlet and his problems by Eliot (1920)


– EXTRAS – Criticism:

Tales from Shakespeare by Charles and Mary Lamb (1807) • Characters of Shakespeare's plays by William Hazlitt (1817) • A study of Shakespeare by Algernon Charles Swinburne (1880) • Shakespeare and music by Edward W. Naylor (1896) • Shakespeare and music by Christopher Wilson (1922) • Shakespearean tragedy by A.C. Bradley (1904) • Tolstoy on Shakespeare by Leo Tolstoy (1906) • Beautiful stories from Shakespeare by E. Nesbit (1907) • An introduction to Shakespeare by Maccracken, Pierce and Durham (1925)

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2013
30 September
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
19,976
Pages
PUBLISHER
Bourville Publishing
SELLER
Raphael Deschard
SIZE
38.3
MB

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