The Tempest

The Tempest

eBook - 2006
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Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, ©2006.
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1 online resource (xxxiv, 157 pages).
Additional Contributors: Bloom, Harold
Raffel, Burton

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c67macdonald
Jun 15, 2016

Outstanding example of William Shakespeare"s brilliance!

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ivetterod
May 23, 2014

It was hilarious but just okay.

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LaPhenixa
Nov 22, 2013

This was rather mild for a Shakespeare play. While I can't aver that I understood every pun and allusion in the play I did enjoy it. It's amazing how a play existing almost on dialogue alone can convey such vivid images.

AlexRider12199 Aug 02, 2013

it is a good book

dpecsreads Jul 28, 2013

A fun Shakespearean comedy full of mysticism and magic! Act V is a bit rushed but otherwise it's a fun read. Read in preparation for New York Classical Theater's production of "The Tempest" (and the John Cassavetes film "Tempest," which I saw at BAM).

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flamered
Jun 19, 2013

Read the book before seeing the movie.

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flamered
Jun 19, 2013

There is a dude & his kid sent to live on an island & he seeks vengeance for his rightful spot in the family royalty line.

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flamered
Jun 19, 2013

" Do so. To ebb hereditary sloth instructs me "

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