Tragedies

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C. Knight and Company, 1846
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User Review  - JVioland - LibraryThing

What can you say that hasn't been said about the works of one of the most brilliant minds who ever lived? All superlatives elude me. Only the Ancient Greek playwrights are his equals. All others pale ... Read full review

Review: Tragedies, vol. 1: Volume 1

User Review  - Steven - Goodreads

Ranking: 1. Hamlet (both entertaining and profound) 2. Othello (most terrifying) 3. King Lear 4. Macbeth (the witches and Macbeth's sudden reversal were strange) Fearing action, Hamlet when confronted ... Read full review

Contents

TRAGEDIES
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View from the site of Macbeths Castle Inverness
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Distant View of the Heath T Creswice
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