Tales from Shakespeare

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No better introduction to William Shakespeare's dramatic masterpieces exists than the delightful prose adaptations of Charles and Mary Lamb, first published in 1807. The two selected 20 of Shakespeare's best-known plays and set out both to make them ...Continua
Wrote 8/26/13
Il re di tutti i bigini
Scritto nel 1807 in un inglese che rimane attualissimo, “Tales from Shakespeare” è il testo su cui generazioni e generazioni di bambini inglesi si sono avvicinati – in prosa - al grande poeta. Utile anche per i “dummies” come me. Non so se sia stato...Continua
Wrote 10/1/09

Read it sometimes, and I don't read the stories in order. Don't really like reading plays so this book is good for me because it converted the plays into short stories. So, it is quite lovely, Thanks to the Lamb brother and sister!!!

Wrote Aug 04, 2010, 22:22
"There is more peril in your eye, than in twenty of their swords".
Pag. 248
Wrote Aug 04, 2010, 22:14
THE TEMPEST There was a certain island in the sea, the only inhabitants of which were an old man, whose name was Prospero, and his daughter Miranda, a beautiful young lady.
Pag. 11

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