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The Tragedy of Macbeth

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Based on 436,664 Ratings and 5,880 Reviews

Book Description
Macbeth presents an edited version of one of Shakespeare's most famous plays. The fact that it is edited is an essential aspect of its success. Skilful cutting preserves key speeches and retains the work's shape and momentum while avoiding passages that may have less relevance to modern audiences. The edited original text is accompanied by a modern English translation throughout. This simplified ... More
Book Information
PublisherSagebrush Education Resources
BindingLibrary Binding (196 editions)
Reading LevelYoung Adults
# of PagesN/A
ISBN-100881030325
ISBN-13978-0881030327
Publication Date08/1992
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About William Shakespeare (Author) : William Shakespeare was a published creator, photographer, narrator, editor, author, and an illustrator. Some of the published credits of William Shakespeare include Winters Tale (Heritage Theatre Vid... more
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About Barbara A. Mowat (Editor) : Barbara A. Mowat is a published author and an editor. Published credits of Barbara A. Mowat include The Tragedy of Richard II (Folger Shakespeare Library), Julius Caesar: The Tragedy Of (Folger Shakes... more
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About Paul Werstine (Editor) : Paul Werstine is a published author, creator, and an editor of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Paul Werstine include Julius Caesar, All's Well That Ends Well (... more
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