The Complete Works of William Shakespeare

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Flame Tree Publishing, 2011 - 464 pages
Whether through an admiration instilled at school or discovered with passion later in life, William Shakespeare inhabits us all. This is the ideal gift for lovers of Shakespeare who will be able simply to enjoy revelling in the intrinsic beauty of the Bard's prose and poetry, laid out in all its glory, unfettered by fussy notes, and accompanied by beautiful and evocative artwork to set the mood. A thoughtful introduction is followed by all of Shakespeare's plays, sonnets and poems - an attractive and accessible collection that will appeal to all.

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Awesome complete edition

User Review  - Linda N. - Overstock.com

Beautifuly bound books with cover proud to read and display. Read full review

if you love shakespeare you must have this

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I love a wellbound book and this is certainly a showpiece on my bookcase. people cant help but want to pick it up and thumb through it. It is a bit heavy to actually read but is a must have for any book lover Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Dr Warren Boutcher is Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences at Queen Mary, University of London and is an expert in the Late Renaissance, the period during which Shakespeare wrote his famous plays. His current projects include The School of Montaigne (Oxford University Press, forthcoming). He is head of the first year undergraduate Shakespeare course at Queen Mary, which includes collaborations with Shakespeare's Globe on Bankside, London. He has made extensive contributions to books and journals.

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