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William Shakespeare : the pocket essential [guide]

Author: Ian Nichols
Publisher: Harpenden, Herts [U.K.] : Pocket Essentials, ©2002.
Series: Pocket essentials., Literature.
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Shakespeare is undoubtedly the most famous playwright in the English language. Every day, all over the world his plays are performed in thousands, perhaps tens of thousands, of productions. Quotations from his plays and poems have become part of the language, and are often uttered without people even knowing that they are, in fact, quoting Shakespeare. Shakespeare's characters are as famous as the titles of his  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Nichols, Ian.
William Shakespeare.
Harpenden, Herts [U.K.] : Pocket Essentials, ©2002
(OCoLC)52456953
Named Person: William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Ian Nichols
ISBN: 9781848396913 1848396910
OCLC Number: 318911871
Description: 1 online resource (96 pages).
Contents: Front Cover; WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE; CONTENTS; Introduction; Plays; Henry VI, Part One (1590); Henry VI, Part Two (1591); Henry VI, Part Three (1591); A Comedy Of Errors (1591); Titus Andronicus (1591); Two Gentlemen Of Verona (1592); The Taming Of The Shrew (1592); Richard The Third (1592); Love's Labour's Lost (1593); Romeo And Juliet (1593); A Midsummer Night's Dream (1594); Richard The Second (1595); The Merchant Of Venice (1596); King John (1596); Henry IV, Part One (1597); Henry IV, Part Two (1598); As You Like It (1598); Julius Caesar (1599); Much Ado About Nothing (1599); Henry V (1599). Hamlet (1600)The Merry Wives Of Windsor (1600); Twelfth Night (1601); Troilus And Cressida (1602); All's Well That Ends Well (1603); Othello (1604); Measure For Measure (1604); King Lear (1605); Macbeth (1606); Antony And Cleopatra (1607); Coriolanus (1608); Timon Of Athens (1608); Pericles (1608); Cymbeline (1609); The Winter's Tale (1610); The Tempest (1611); Henry VIII (1613); Poems; A Lover's Complaint (1591); Venus And Adonis (1593); The Rape Of Lucrece (1594); The Phoenix And The Turtle (1601); The Sonnets; Reference Materials; Books; Journals; Websites; The Essential Library.
Series Title: Pocket essentials., Literature.
Other Titles: Pocket essential William Shakespeare
Responsibility: Ian Nichols.

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Shakespeare is undoubtedly the most famous playwright in the English language. Every day, all over the world his plays are performed in thousands, perhaps tens of thousands, of productions. Quotations from his plays and poems have become part of the language, and are often uttered without people even knowing that they are, in fact, quoting Shakespeare. Shakespeare's characters are as famous as the titles of his plays. Jack Falstaff, Oberon, Macbeth, Henry V, Hamlet, Shylock, Romeo and Juliet to name but a few. They range across the entire gamut of human nature: from the misguided nob.

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