The Arden Dictionary of Shakespeare Quotations

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Cengage Learning EMEA, Oct 14, 1999 - Drama - 396 pages
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In this enjoyable addition to the renowned Arden Shakespeare series, approximately 3000 quotations, both familiar and little-known, are drawn from throughout Shakespeare's work, both plays and poems. Quotations are selected for their intrinsic interest and organised by topic, as being both user-friendly and stimulating for the casual reader, with speaker and play reference, and with some annotation to give a context to the quotation. ‚· Brief general introduction outlining the purpose and use of the volume ‚· Shakespeare biography ‚· Chronology of plays ‚· Keyword index ‚· Selections from Arden glossary
 

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Jane Armstrongwas born and brought up in North London. She was commissioning editor for the publishers of the Arden Shakespeare, working on their literature list and founding their list in media and ... Read full review

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Jane Armstrong was born and brought up in North London. Her first encounter with Shakespeare was through music, at an early performance of Benjamin Britten's opera "A Midsummer Night's Dream". She has worked on the Arden Shakespeare for a number of years, as copy-editor, and later as editorial series manager and commissioning editor. She is the editor of "The Arden Dictionary of Shakespeare Quotations".

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