7 edition of The Complete Oxford Shakespeare found in the catalog.
The Complete Oxford Shakespeare
April 28, 1988 by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English
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The best and most helpful single-volume edition By Joost Daalder on Apr 02, Students and various e-mail correspondents often ask me which single-volume Shakespeare edition I would recommend, and I never hesitate in naming this one, as I think it has a long lead over its rivals. That would require knowing the credentials of the editor, the currency of the editing, etc Below is my subjectively annotated list of the major editions of the Complete Works currently available, along with their strengths and weaknesses. Caution: Individual plays are published separately as the Oxford Shakespeare, but these are separate versions with different editors.
But the collection is unparalleled. If you need complete Shakespeare on the go, this is the one to pick. There's no title page, no publisher information, etc. The fairies are too goofy for my taste. Caution: Individual plays are published separately as the Oxford Shakespeare, but these are separate versions with different editors.
It also makes almost all the editorial changes invisible. This set comprises all of the print volumes that make up The New Oxford Shakespeare. The variances can be so great in some cases, like the two substantially different versions of King Lear, that recent editors have treated them as separate plays. It was published by Oxford University Press and has a total of pages in the book.
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Complete Pelican Shakespeare Actors either love or hate this edition. Even the inexpensive Folger Library paperbacks give beginners helpful definitions for difficult words. Attractive cover hides printed pages that appear to be facsimiles The Complete Oxford Shakespeare book archaic, crammed-type pages from some bygone era.
Qui troviamo il re di Navarra, tre suoi amici di corte e un bizzarro gentiluomo spagnolo che hanno fatto voto di studiare e star lontano dal genere femminile per 3 lunghi anni I'll regift it to my friends with non-uniform The Complete Oxford Shakespeare book legs.
This beautiful collection is the product of years of full-time research by a team of British and American scholars and represents the most thorough examination ever undertaken of the nature and authority of Shakespeares work.
This fragmented presentation comes to a head with The History of Cardenio. While I love Shakespeare, this book is very large because all his writings are in the one book. Rereading Midsummer to teach. For beginners or long-time scholars of Shakespeare's works.
But the Critical Reference Edition emphasizes book history and the documentary origins of each text. Best portable complete Shakespeare collection By Tivor on Jun 10, I needed to get a book of complete works of Shakespeare, and portability was of key importance.
The Oxford Complete Works differs from other Shakespeare editions in attempting to present the text as it was first performed, rather than as it was first printed. The price is excellent - what the reader receives, well They may also include such things as biographic materials about Shakespeare, stage histories of the play, and essays about modern interpretations.
The typical scholarly introductory materials found in the preface and apendices is largely absent.
Unreservedly recommended. In the meantime, I figure the price alone will result in an effective boycott of this edition from Kindle customers. I would have loved to have footnotes at the bottom of each pages instead, but hey, you can't have everything, I suppose. Highly recommended.
The Complete Oxford Shakespeare book by David Bevington. Navigation is difficult. ALL editors have to make judgments about which options to include and which to exclude from their edition.
There are ample, but not an overwhelming number of footnotes. By Sean on Oct 17, From the context of the art, title, and description, I believed that the "free" audiobook where Kindle Audiobook when in fact it's simply an embedded hyperlink The Complete Oxford Shakespeare book the text that redirects to a third party which provides free Audiobook downloads for public domain works.
For example, if a single line of verse is split across two speakers, then the typical convention is to have the second line pushed out to the right so that its left edge aligns with the previous line's right edge. Nortonwere largely based on the Oxford text, but departed from some of its decisions.
Finally, the editors have added a wealth of secondary material, including an essay on language, a list of contemporary allusions to Shakespeare, an index of Shakespearean characters, a glossary, a consolidated bibliography, and an index of first lines of the Sonnets.
The book - which is rounded out with three Appendices, a Royal Genealogy of England, Maps, Bibliography, Suggestions for Reading and Research, Textual Notes, Glossary of common words, and Index - also includes a page section of striking color photographs.
Jonathan Bates's General Introduction is comprehensive, engaging, and lively. Curious readers who want assistance with the complex Elizabethan language in the plays will be much better served by the Folger or Bantam editions.
Whenever there was down-time at my facility, and everyone sat there exchanging bean dip recipes, while talking about dieting at the same time, i'd have my nose in my Kindle reading my favorite plays, exploring new ones as well as sonnets, etc.
She disconnected us.Oct 27, · The Complete Works: Modern Critical Edition is part of the landmark New Oxford Shakespeare—an entirely new consideration of all of Shakespeare's works, edited afresh from all the surviving original versions of his work, and drawing on the.
Book. The Oxford Shakespeare: The Complete Works: Original-Spelling Edition William Shakespeare. Edited by Stanley Wells, Gary Taylor, John Jowett and William Montgomery. The Oxford Shakespeare The Complete Works.
Second Edition. Edited by Stanley Wells, Gary Taylor, John Jowett, and William Montgomery. The Complete Oxford Shakespeare book Oxford Complete Works is a classic--edited by the world's finest Shakespeare scholars, it presents the plays as they were acted by Shakespeare's company.Access pdf the complete content on Oxford Reference requires a subscription or purchase.
Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription. Please subscribe or login to access full text content.It depends on what you want: For an excellent single play edition with comprehensive footnotes, an introduction at least as long as the play, several appendices, and an overall well edited text of the play itself (including justifications for the.Complete Works of William Shakespeare is ebook standard name given to any volume containing all the plays and poems ebook William galisend.com editions include several works which were not completely of Shakespeare's authorship (collaborative writings), such as The Two Noble Kinsmen, which was a collaboration with John Fletcher; Pericles, Prince of Tyre, the first two acts of which were likely.