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Review: Shakespeare Our ContemporaryUser Review - Val - Goodreads
I continue to go to this book whenever I pick up Shakespeare. Plays by chapter. Not comprehensive of Shakespeare's works, but each chapter is a jewel. Read full review
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Review: Shakespeare Our ContemporaryUser Review - Nathan Sorseth - Goodreads
Seminal. Read full review
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