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The complete works of William Shakespeare : comprising his plays and poems / with a preface by Sir Donald Wilfit C.B.E. ; introduction and glossary by B. Hodek

By: Shakespeare, William.
Contributor(s): Wilfit, Donald [prefacio] | Hodek, B [introducción].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London Spring Books 1958Description: xxi, 1081 p. ; 21 cm.Subject(s): HOMBRES EN LA LITERATURA | LITERATURA INGLESA | LITERATURA INGLESA-1500-1700 | TEATRO INGLES-HISTORIA-SIGLO XVIDDC classification: En822.33
Contents:
The tempest.-- Two Gentlemen of Verona.-- Merry Wives of Windsor.-- Twelfth night.-- Measure for measure.-- Much ado about nothing.-- A midsummer night's dream.-- Love's labour's lost.-- The merchant of Venice.-- As you like it.-- All's well that ends well.-- The taming of the Shrew.-- The winter's tale.-- The comedy of errors .-- King John.-- Richard II.-- First part of Henry IV.-- Second part of Henry IV.-- Henry V.-- First part of Henry VI.-- Second part of Henry VI.-- Third part of Henry VI.-- Richard III.-- Herny VIII.-- Troilus and cressida.-- Timon of Athens.-- Coriolanus.-- Julius Caesar.-- Antony and Cleopatra.-- Cymbeline.-- Titus andronicus.-- Pericles.-- King lear.-- Romeo and Juliet.-- Macbeth.-- Hamlet.-- Othello.-- Venus and Adonis.-- The rape of Lucrece.-- Sonnets .-- A lover's complaint .-- The passionate pilgrim.-- Sonnets to sundry notes of music.-- The phoenix and the Turtle.
Summary: Within the pages of this book are contained some of the most beautiful words ever written in the English language. This volume of work has vecome part of our heritage and, translated into all the tonues of the world , has become for each nationality, for each culture, part of their heritage, too; a cornerstone of literature and drama. For William Shakespeare's writings, like the music Bach or the paintings of Leonardo, have transcended the pettiness of time and place and have become part of those eternal things that speak to all men at all times. Shakespeare is the universal dramatist. Summary: Dentro de las páginas de este libro se encuentran algunas de las palabras más bellas jamás escritas en inglés. Este volumen de trabajo ha pasado a formar parte de nuestro patrimonio y, traducido a todos los ámbitos del mundo, se ha convertido para cada nacionalidad, para cada cultura, parte de su patrimonio, también; una piedra angular de la literatura y el drama. Para los escritos de William Shakespeare, como la música de Bach o las pinturas de Leonardo, han trascendido la mezquindad del tiempo y el lugar y se han convertido en parte de esas cosas eternas que hablan a todos los hombres en todo momento. Shakespeare es el dramaturgo universal.
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The tempest.-- Two Gentlemen of Verona.-- Merry Wives of Windsor.-- Twelfth night.-- Measure for measure.-- Much ado about nothing.-- A midsummer night's dream.-- Love's labour's lost.-- The merchant of Venice.-- As you like it.-- All's well that ends well.-- The taming of the Shrew.-- The winter's tale.-- The comedy of errors .-- King John.-- Richard II.-- First part of Henry IV.-- Second part of Henry IV.-- Henry V.-- First part of Henry VI.-- Second part of Henry VI.-- Third part of Henry VI.-- Richard III.-- Herny VIII.-- Troilus and cressida.-- Timon of Athens.-- Coriolanus.-- Julius Caesar.-- Antony and Cleopatra.-- Cymbeline.-- Titus andronicus.-- Pericles.-- King lear.-- Romeo and Juliet.-- Macbeth.-- Hamlet.-- Othello.-- Venus and Adonis.-- The rape of Lucrece.-- Sonnets .-- A lover's complaint .-- The passionate pilgrim.-- Sonnets to sundry notes of music.-- The phoenix and the Turtle.

Within the pages of this book are contained some of the most beautiful words ever written in the English language. This volume of work has vecome part of our heritage and, translated into all the tonues of the world , has become for each nationality, for each culture, part of their heritage, too; a cornerstone of literature and drama. For William Shakespeare's writings, like the music Bach or the paintings of Leonardo, have transcended the pettiness of time and place and have become part of those eternal things that speak to all men at all times. Shakespeare is the universal dramatist.

Dentro de las páginas de este libro se encuentran algunas de las palabras más bellas jamás escritas en inglés. Este volumen de trabajo ha pasado a formar parte de nuestro patrimonio y, traducido a todos los ámbitos del mundo, se ha convertido para cada nacionalidad, para cada cultura, parte de su patrimonio, también; una piedra angular de la literatura y el drama. Para los escritos de William Shakespeare, como la música de Bach o las pinturas de Leonardo, han trascendido la mezquindad del tiempo y el lugar y se han convertido en parte de esas cosas eternas que hablan a todos los hombres en todo momento. Shakespeare es el dramaturgo universal.



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