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Shakespeare's Tragedies (Bevington Shakespeare Series)

by William Shakespeare

Other authors: David Bevington (Editor)

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 032136628X, Paperback)

Shakespeare's Tragedies features all the scholarship and pedagogy of David Bevington's The Complete Works of Shakespeare in a genre-specific, paperback volume.  Pulled from Bevington's popular and authoritative hardcover The Complete Works of Shakespeare, 5e, Shakespeare's Tragedies and three other genre volumes–Shakespeare's Romances and Poems, Shakespeare's Comedies, and Shakespeare's Histories–are also available for purchase on their own. Shakespeare's Tragediesprovides the same balanced editorial approach and proven apparatus that combine to make Bevington’s Complete Works the most accessible collection available.  A prestigious editorial board provides state-of-the-art scholarship and interpretative balance on each play.  In-depth historical coverage helps readers understand the cultural context behind each play, without dictating their interpretation of it.  Extensive notes and glosses give readers the support they need to understand Elizabethan language and idiomatic expressions. For those who want all of Shakespeare's Tragedies in one volume.

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