Greenwood Publishing Group, Incorporated, 1995 - Art - 125 pages
Love's Labors Lost is for the student of Shakespeare, whether in the theatre class or the literature class. It is for actors of Shakespeare, and for the directors. It is a practical guide and an insightful critique. It is also immensely readable.
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My second Shakespeare play, yet another read that was improved by insights from a teacher. I don't remember it all that well (unfortunately, nearly two years have passed since I read it...oops) but I seem to remember a lot of well-placed irony. That Shakespeare knows his stuff. Read full review
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Among the shakespearean works, "King Lear" is probably one of the greatest, if not, the greatest of them all. A tragedy filled with dark powerful themes like treason, madness, greed, treachery, with ... Read full review