Complete Works of William Shakespeare

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Grolier, 1937 - Drama - 1433 pages
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This complete and unabridged edition contains every word that Shakespeare wrote - all 37 tragedies, comedies, and histories, plus the sonnets. You'll find such classics as The Tempest, Much Ado About Nothing and The Taming of the Shrew. This Library of Literary Classics edition is bound in padded leather with luxurious gold-stamping on the front and spine, satin ribbon marker and gilded edges. Other titles in this series include - Charlotte & Emily Bronte - The Complete Novels; Edgar Allan Poe - Selected Works; Mark Twain - Selected Works; Charles Dickens - Four Complete Novels; Lewis Carroll - The Complete, Fully Illustrated Works; and Jane Austen - The Complete Novels.

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Review: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare

User Review  - Ryan Evans - Goodreads

People always complain that the language is hard to read but, while it is easier to watch than read his works, the effort is worth the reward. The poetry and craftmanship of his words are magical. So ... Read full review

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User Review  - James Powell - Goodreads

I use this as a reference book. It's the one I pull off the shelf if I need to check a quote. For the working copies, I use paperbacks that I ruin for others with my marginal notes. Read full review

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