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Henry IV (Part I)

Author:

William Shakespeare

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Genre:

Classic

ISBN:

9780708945148

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01-07-1992

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Henry IV (Part II)

Author:

William Shakespeare

Synopsis:

Following the Battle of Shewsbury and the death of Henry Hotspur, the King lay dying, distressed at reports of his son's misspent life. On the death of his father however, Prince Hal, now Henry V, rises to the occasion. The two parts of Henry IV mark a brilliant advance in the craft of play-writing: Shakespeare's dialogue is as richly coloured as his best poetry.

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Soft Cover

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Classic

ISBN:

9780708945186

Published:

01-06-1994

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Henry V

Author:

William Shakespeare

Synopsis:

This play describes with a high degree of historical accuracy the campaign of 1415, which took Henry V to triumph on the fields of Agincourt. Refusing surrender, the English knew themselves to be in great danger, but courage was taken for granted, and they emerged triumphant. In a play full of patriotism, Shakespeare gives his soldiers lines that depict for all time the glory and tragedy of their calling.

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Soft Cover

Genre:

Classic

ISBN:

9780708945193

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01-06-1994

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Julius Caesar

Author:

William Shakespeare

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Soft Cover

Genre:

Classic

ISBN:

9780708945063

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01-07-1992

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Othello

Author:

William Shakespeare

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Written in 1604, this cruel tragedy warns us against the dangers of jealousy. The marriage of Othello and Desdemona was one of true minds. But their happiness aroused the envy and malice of Iago, Othello's standard bearer, who had been passed over for promotion in favour of Cassio. Jealousi determined to ruin both men, Iago persuades Othello that Cassio and Desdemona are secret lovers. Corrupted in both body and soul by jealousy, Othello kills Desdemona and, when realising the truth, kills himself. Full of richly coloured language, the verse in this tragedy carries the drama forward forcefully and with great passion.

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Soft Cover

Genre:

Classic

ISBN:

9780708945049

Published:

01-09-1991

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Richard II

Author:

William Shakespeare

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Media Format:

Soft Cover

Genre:

Classic

ISBN:

9780708945131

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01-07-1992

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Romeo And Juliet

Author:

William Shakespeare

Synopsis:

Written in 1594, this is a tender story of young love that is destined to end in tragedy. Romeo and Juliet, off-spring from feuding familes, marry in secret. When Romeo is banished from town and Juliet is forced to marry another, she ag

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Soft Cover

Genre:

Classic

ISBN:

9780708945025

Published:

01-09-1991

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Sonnets

Author:

William Shakespeare

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Soft Cover

Genre:

Classic

ISBN:

9780708945162

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01-07-1992

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The Comedy Of Errors

Author:

William Shakespeare

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Genre:

Classic

ISBN:

9780708945124

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01-07-1992

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The Merchant Of Venice

Author:

William Shakespeare

Synopsis:

Written about 1596, The Merchant of Venice, with its romance, gorgeous costumes and beautiful poetry provides a great spectacle on stage. The two main plots are interconnected. Antonio borrowsthree thousand ducats from Shylock, a Jewish money

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Soft Cover

Genre:

Classic

ISBN:

9780708945018

Published:

01-09-1991

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The Taming Of The Shrew

Author:

William Shakespeare

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Genre:

Classic

ISBN:

9780708945087

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01-07-1992

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The Two Gentlemen Of Verona

Author:

William Shakespeare

Synopsis:

Written in approximately 1593, this play is full of melodious verse and includes a song not excelled in beauty by any other in Shakespeare, 'Who is Silvia? What is she...' In Verona, Valentine and Proteus had played together as children and shared their inmost thoughts and feelings, but when it came to love their behaviour was very different. When Valentine fell in love with Silvia, a duke's daughter, Proteus determined to win her for himself...

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Soft Cover

Genre:

Classic

ISBN:

9780708945179

Published:

01-06-1994

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