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Macbeth (Wordsworth Classics)



Shakespeare’s Macbeth is one of the greatest tragic dramas the world has known. Macbeth himself, a brave warrior, is fatally impelled by supernatural forces, by his proud wife, and by his own burgeoning ambition. As he embarks on his murderous course to gain and retain the crown of Scotland, we see the appalling emotional and psychological effects on both Lady Macbeth and himself. The cruel ironies of their destiny are conveyed in poetry of unsurpassed power. In the theatre, this tragedy…

The Idiot

ISBN 10 : 1853261750
ISBN 13 : 9781853261756

Translated by Constance Garnett, with an Introduction and Notes by Agnes Cardinal, Honorary Senior Lecturer in Comparative Literature at the University of Kent. Prince Myshkin retu..


Macbeth

ISBN 10 : HARVARD:32044086738333
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Romeo And Juliet

ISBN 10 : 9781620281154
ISBN 13 : 1620281155

O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore Art Thou Romeo? A tale of tragic romance! This tale unfolds in Verona, Italy, where two noble families are bitterly feuding; the Montagues and the Capulet..


Creative Writing Exercises For Dummies

ISBN 10 : 9781118921050
ISBN 13 : 1118921054

Written by the founder of the Complete Creative Writing Course at London's Groucho Club, this activity-based guide walks you through the process of developing and writing in a wide..


Macbeth

ISBN 10 : 0606252533
ISBN 13 : 9780606252539

For use in schools and libraries only. Critical and historical notes accompany Shakespeare's drama of murder, political ambition, and the persistence of guilt...


A School Shakespeare

ISBN 10 : STANFORD:36105049237840
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The Theatre Experience

ISBN 10 : 0073514276
ISBN 13 : 9780073514277

The thirteenth edition of The Theatre Experience is students' ticket to the best seat in the house. From Broadway to makeshift theater spaces around the world, the author demonstra..


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