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The ultimate Shakespeare's collection targeting the most demanding readers, featuring more than 73 titles and extras, annotated, illustrated and designed specifically for your e-reader.
In this carefully put together e-book, you will find:
- All of Shaksepeare'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 sytem:
? 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.
- The warranty of regular free updates
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)
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)
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)
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)
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
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)
He is often quoted in modern writing.
William Shakespeare was born on April 23, 1564, in Stratford-upon-Avon. The son of John Shakespeare and Mary Arden, he was probably educated at the King Edward VI Grammar School in Stratford, where he learned Latin and a little Greek and read the Roman dramatists.
He was an important member of the King's Men company of theatrical players from roughly 1594 onward. Known...
William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon, a bustling market town 100 miles northwest of London, and baptized there on April 26, 1564.