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Twelfth Night (Wordsworth Classics) - William Shakespeare
Twelfth Night (Wordsworth Classics)
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781853260100 (185326010X)
ASIN: 185326010X
Publisher: Wordsworth Classics
Pages no: 101
Edition language: English
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Selan
Selan rated it
Really enjoyed this play! There characters were great, the heroine dressing up as a man and having a woman actually fall for her was great, Maria was one of my favourite characters overall and the relationship between the Duke and Viola feel quite genuine, unlike some Shakespeare comedies I could na...
Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it
5.0 Twelfth Night
FYI, I only read the play which is why my version had 189 pages. I pretty much always ignore the afterwords or commentary on Shakespeare. That's done, now let's get into it.This so far next to Macbeth, Othello and Romeo and Juliet, is one of my favorite plays. It is definitely my favorite of the com...
Blogs Don't Burn
Blogs Don't Burn rated it
5.0
A young person’s introduction to a Shakespearean comedy induces a common knee-jerk evaluation: the elaborate skein of misguided affections hurled to vertiginous heights leaves one with an impression of some contrived pretense of life. As modicums of experience come to such a young person, they find ...
Book Talk 21st Century
Book Talk 21st Century rated it
4.0 Twelfth Night (Barnes & Noble Shakespeare)
I thought this was a great edition. They have the text on the right side, and the explanation of obscure terms on the left side. I just saw this play done at the Great River Shakespeare Festival in Winona, MN. It's amazing how closely they followed the text. I didn't need to read it to understand ev...
Wandering through fiction
Wandering through fiction rated it
4.0 The Oxford Shakespeare: Twelfth Night, or What You Will (Oxford World's Classics)
Audio books work well for Shakespeare plays; though not as well as seeing them would. Lots of confusion over identity, cross dressing, practical jokes and love confusion. The standard ridiculously complex witty exchanges where meanings change and either it's v dirty or someone ends up arguing the op...
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