Journals Higher Education

$12.95

Paperback

02 February 2014

144 Pages | 5 b/w figures

8.9 x 6.0 inches

ISBN: 9780199009978


Bookseller Code (06)

The Tempest

William Shakespeare and Introduction by Daniel Fischlin

  • The first-ever Shakespeare editions for Canadians. These editions have been produced by internationally recognized Shakespeare experts with a view to considering the specific contexts of the Canadian tradition.
  • Editions created by a team of experts. Developed by scholars, designers, archivists, students, and teachers.
  • Top scholarship. Introductions and original new annotation produced by top international scholars.
  • Preface gives modern new context. Prominent Canadians who have interacted with Shakespeare, like Sky Gilbert and Daniel David Moses, provide fascinating outlooks on unexpected aspects of the plays.
  • Strong design. Clean, modern, and engaging, these new editions are carefully design to be reader-friendly.
  • Reliable new editions of playtexts. Based on the most recent scholarship and years of research.
  • New annotation. New notes help explain words and ideas for Canadian readers.
  • At-a-glance summaries. Short, accessible descriptions of what's coming next provide clear and accessible information about acts, scenes, and characters.
  • Competitively priced. With a view to becoming established in the student market.
  • Canadian critical contexts and production histories. A unique focus on Shakespeare in Canada, past and present.
  • Includes a quick reference of key points for reading Shakespeare. Expert notes on pronunciation, grammar, cadence/music, and other Shakespearean wonders.
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