Bevington's edition is by far the best Complete Works of Shakespeare available today.
Besides from the content and the plays, which are already amazing, I found the formatting of this Kindle edition to be real easy to read and move around in.
In view of the material at hand, I would have expected a little more care to have gone into the final proofing of the text.
Amazon's "preview"of this Kindle book indicates there is a linked table of contents. Not so. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Kenchoroni
The RSC text presented here is great—this is one of my preferred versions because of its adherence to the Folio, and I am very pleased to see it in Kindle format. Read morePublished 9 days ago by kelsie
One star based on Kindle formatting. Verse numbers overlay (obscure) text!
Little Billy Shakespeare could write, he has nothing to prove. In fact, it irritates me that he was as good as he was. Did he write the plays? Read morePublished 13 days ago by Alan C Duncan