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By William Shakespeare, Jonathan Bate

"A younger guy married is a guy that's marr'd."
--All's good That Ends Well

Eminent Shakespearean students Jonathan Bate and Eric Rasmussen supply a clean new version of this vintage play approximately gender, hope, and sexual love.

THIS quantity additionally comprises greater than 100 PAGES OF particular FEATURES:

• an unique creation to All's good That Ends Well
• incisive scene-by-scene synopsis and research with very important evidence in regards to the work
• statement on prior and present productions in line with interviews with major administrators, actors, and designers
• pictures of key RSC productions
• an summary of Shakespeare's theatrical occupation and chronology of his plays

Ideal for college students, theater execs, and normal readers, those glossy and available variants from the Royal Shakespeare corporation set a brand new normal in Shakespearean literature for the twenty-first century.

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