Fascinated by the drama of obsessive hatred or narcissistic betrayal? Read Shakespeare. Enjoy curling up on a dark and stormy night with a tale of mystery, murder, and mayhem? Bill's your man. Delight in fairies and ghosts, witches and magic...adore the pomp and pageantry of courts and castles? I say again, read Shakespeare.
And now one of Shakespeare's most pleasant-and least bawdy or bloody-plays, is also a devotional-volume three of The Gospel According to the Classics series.
"The Annotated Much Ado About Nothing" includes the entire original script. At the end of each scene is a personal devotional that draws the Reader into a sweeter intimacy with Jesus Christ and deeper into his kingdom.
This delightful and enlightening devotional is best enjoyed on a full stomach, after roast lamb, funnel cakes, and spiced mead.
|Publisher:||Weller & Bunsby|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.42(d)|