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Macbeth (Folger Shakespeare Library) - Paul Werstine, Barbara A. Mowat, William Shakespeare
Macbeth (Folger Shakespeare Library)
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780743482790 (0743482794)
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 272
Edition language: English
Classics, Literature
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4.0 Macbeth by Shakespeare
TITLE: The Tragedy of Macbeth AUTHOR: William Shakespeare EDITION: Folger Shakespeare Library Edition _______________________________ DESCRIPTION: "In 1603, James VI of Scotland ascended the English throne, becoming James I of England. London was alive with an interest in all things Scotti...
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5.0 Macbeth Review
Opening with the prophecies of the three witches always caught my imagination. I love how the story relates to that throughout the play, and also how Macbeth is intrigued that he may indeed become king. It adds a great, dramatic effect. Beginning to end this is a brilliantly written play.
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0.0 MacBeth, William Shakespeare
There is a commonly used structural/plotting device in drama whereby the nature of the leading characters are elucidated by their varying responses to the same event/temptation/threat. I'm not sufficient a scholar to know if this approach pre-dates Shakespeare but he certainly used it and it has cer...
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3.0 Macbeth by William Shakespeare
I remember enjoying this when I’d read this a couple of years ago, but I’m not exactly sure what happened here.As an antihero, Macbeth sure spends a lot of time not going through with his plans and continuing to chicken out. Paired with him is Lady Macbeth: whereas Macbeth doesn’t have enough guts, ...
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5.0 Macbeth
So I borrowed this from the library purely because James Marsters face was on the cover. Let me tell you, it was a nice way to spend 2+ hours listening to Shakespeare: chilling in my cozy chair, cup of tea in hand, cat in lap, and a full screen view of James Marsters brooding face in half-light. Yes...
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