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Mr. William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies pdf Mr. William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies, ebook Mr. William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies, epub Mr. William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies, doc Mr. William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies, e-pub Mr. William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies, Mr. William Shakespeare's Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies be9004a2e34 TheFolio Of Shakespeare S Plays Was The First Collected Edition Of The Bard S Work Many Of Shakespeare S Plays Appeared In Print There For The First Time This Photographic Facsimile Offers The Actor, The Director, And Every Lover Of Shakespeare An Opportunity To Read A First Folio Version Of The Plays, Unaltered By Modern Scholarly Editors Doug Moston S Introduction And Glossary Provide Modern Actors And Readers With An Understanding Of How The Folio Text Can Work Today His Original Line Numbering System, Printed On Each Page Of The Facsimile, Allows Actors To Move Through The Text With Ease


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  1. says:

    January 1 Two Gentlemen of Verona 1589 1591 January 1, 20172 The Taming of the Shrew 1590 1591 January 5, 20173 Henry VI, Part 2 1591 February 1, 2017February 4 Henry VI, Part 3 1591 February 3, 2017 5 Henry VI, Part 1 1591 1592 January 21, 2017 6 Titus Andronicus 1591 1592 February 9, 2017 March 7 Richard III 1592 1593 March 4, 2017 8 The Comedy of Errors 1594 March 11, 2017 9 Love s Labour s Lost 1594 1595 March 27, 2017April 10 Richard II 1595 April 7, 201711 Romeo and Juliet 1595 April 12, 201712 A Midsummer Night s Dream 1595 April 21, 2017 May 13 King John 1596 May 3, 201714 The Merchant of Venice 1596 1597 May 8, 201715 Henry IV, Part 1 1596 1597 May 20, 2017June 16 The Merry Wives of Windsor 1597 June 20, 201717 Henry IV, Part 2 1597 1598 June 24, 201718 Much Ado About Nothing 1598 1599 June 25, 2017July 19 Henry V 1599 July 5, 201720 Julius Caesar 1599 July 10, 201721 As You Like It 1599 1600 July 26, 2017August 22 Hamlet 1600 1601 August 12, 201723 Twelfth Night 1601 August 15, 201724 Troilus and Cressida 1600 1602 August 29, 2017September 25 Measure for Measure 1603 1604 September 6, 201726 Othello 1603 1604 September 15, 201727 All s Well that Ends Well 1604 1605 September 12, 2017October 28 King Lear 1605 1606 October 19, 201729 Timon of Athens 1605 1606 October 20, 201730 Macbeth 1606 October 28, 2017November 31 Antony and Cleopatra 1606 November 17, 201732 Coriolanus 1608 November 23, 201733 The Winter s Tale 1609 1611 November 25, 2017December 34 Cymbeline 1610 December 11, 201735 The Tempest 1610 1611 December 12, 201736 Henry VIII 1612 1613 December 16, 2017


  2. says:

    There is no way you can consider yourself a lover of Shakespeare s works if you don t own a copy of the First Folio Yes, it s a little tough to read at first because certain letters don t quite look the same now as they used to, however, as an actor performing in a Shakespearean play this is a must own You can find so many clues in the first folio that are changed by modern editors run don t walk to the nearest book store and buy this.


  3. says:

    Love the 17th century spelling As long as you don t need something with the original typography, this is great.


  4. says:

    A couple months back, I tackled Chaucer in the original and a couple of brief forays into an ebook edition with modernized spelling showed me that often the rhythm and rhymes were lost when you modernize the spelling, even if it s otherwise word for word identical That made me wonder what Shakespeare would be like with the original spelling, but the only Complete Works editions with original spelling that I could find were 150 , used Way too expensive Then I happened across this edition at the store and just couldn t resist It s not perfect I really, really wanted the Sonnets, and this is only the First Folio plays but I ll take what I can afford.I m putting this on my Maybe Someday list rather than my TBR, since it ll likely take me decades to finish working my way through all the plays and I might not read them all from this edition anyway.


  5. says:

    An ongoing process


  6. says:

    I like this book.


  7. says:

    My favorite edition of Shakespeare s plays You can hear so much music in the words reading the original spelling, once you get the hang of it But don t be deterred because it s not too difficult This is no facsimile edition, with their photocopy feel and weird 17th century typeface This book has the original spelling in readable modern print Otherwise, it s a faithful rendering of the First Folio, just reader friendly than your average facsimile If you absolutely have loved Shakespeare for years already, but haven t endeavored an original spelling edition, this is the best place to start It goes for about 50 on Compared to other hardcover editions of Shakespeare s Complete Works Norton 70 , Arden 55 Modern Library 45 , Pelican 40 , Oxford 23 it ain t too bad Try it sometime in the future.


  8. says:

    I love Shakespeare sooooooooooooooooo much He is such an inspiration When I was three I saw A Midsummer s Nights Dream and I left the theatre comparing it to Peter Pan I guess Shakespeare and I have always had a special connection I dressed up as him in a project for school I even took Shakespeare classes with Kate Hennig in her dressing while I was doing Billy Elliot Two of my goals in life are to read every single Shakespeare play and play Romeo before I die It is so cool to think Shakespeare s works have lasted for over four hundred years Shakespeare is amazing and i am sooooooooooooooooooo glad i have this wonderful piece of classic literature.


  9. says:

    Again, easier than choosing them one by one a note anyone inclined to get me stuff I don t actually own this Applause edition, just a facsimile folio, which is lovely but of course unreadable NB The date has to do with when they started making sense than when I first encountered or finally read any of them.


  10. says:

    Since I don t have five to seven million dollars laying around, this facsimile of the famous First Folio is the next best thing A really beautifully done piece of work, this is the closest a reader can get to experiencing the work of Shakespeare as it appeared in publication in 1623.


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