Measure for Measure

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Apprentice House, 2007 - Drama - 260 pages
Clowns and magistrates, nuns and prostitutes, saints and sinners-all > take the stage in Measure for Measure, Shakespeare's provocative > meditation on justice, law, and mercy. This modernized text, newly > edited from the First Folio (1623), provides a complete record of > textual notes and ample commentary. Concise and helpful appendices > discuss language and rhetoric, sources and adaptations, the play in > performance, and characters; they include a fully annotated > bibliography of print and Internet sources. An accompanying website > off ers additional resources: Through "Aperio > Series: Loyola Humane Texts," Loyola College in Maryland publishes > important and illuminating Humanities texts that have been edited, > annotated, and/or translated by the College's students in > collaboration with faculty. Students work with faculty to design and > publish the texts. The texts are intended for all readers but should > be of particular interest and use to college students and classes. > Contributors: Jedidiah D. Adams, Sarah P. Biernacki, Hannah W. > Blauvelt, Amanda H. Cammarata, Alison J. Koentje, Brian J. Olszak, > Daniel J. Procaccini, Paul J. Zajac. Edited by Robert S. Miola >

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