The Tragedy of Macbethby William Shakespeare
An exciting new edition of the complete works of Shakespeare with these features: Illustrated with photographs from New York Shakespeare Festival productions, vivid readable readable introductions for each play by noted scholar David Bevington, a lively personal foreword by Joseph Papp, an insightful essay on the play in performance, modern spelling and pronunciation, up-to-date annotated bibliographies, and convenient listing of key passages.
"Excellent! Covers an enormous amount with scholarship and imagination in the introduction. A brilliant antidote for anyone who has suffered Macbeth in high schoolexcites further inquiry and a burning desire to see it performed again."Nell Altizer, University of Hawaii
"Invaluable, both as an introductory text and as an authoritative edition for serious scholarship. Students find the notes at the bottom of the page (as oposed to at the end of the text) handy and useful."Sarah Liu, University of California, Berkeley
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This book is written in Spanish. Macbeth es una de las grandes tragedias de William Shakespeare (1564-1616). Macbeth, el gran general del ejército del rey de Escocia, regresa victorioso después de una campaña de apaciguamiento cuando sucumbe a la tentación del poder. Desde entonces un mundo tenebroso y mágico, de apariciones y desconfianzas, sembrará de crímenes la pacífica vida de los escoceses hasta que Macbeth muere como habían viticinado las brujas.
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Nicholas Brooke is Emeritus Professor of English Literature at the University of East Anglia.
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This novel has to be one of my top ten. I am a huge fan of irony and this play has plenty of it. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes English literature or, like me, who thinks that irony is entertaining. My favorite part of the play is when Macbeth becomes enraged at the witches and damns himself in the ironic phrase in which he damns 'all of those that trust him.' By damning everyone who trusts the witches, he actually damns himself. I would also recommend this book to anyone who is interested in English history because this play tells the reader a lot about the Enlish culture at the time of Shakespeare. I enjoyed this novel emmensely and I hope you do also.