Sampson and Gregory are servants to Montague, not Capulet, and Abraham has apparently switched teams as well.
Still, if you want to buy a good, thorough, and well-researched edition of the complete works of Shakespeare, you will not go far wrong with this book.
I enjoy this book very much and if you enjoy the poet of poets, you too will have hours of pleasure with this book.
Very good paper quality, it's very thin, but hard to damage : ) The font is pretty small, but good enough for 'healthy eyes'. The only thing, indeed, is the weight... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Margarita Belova
Great Edition, clear and comfortable to read. Definitely enjoying it. I just miss some comments that might help a non Native Enghlis Speaker.Published 16 days ago by Miguel Bruned
It was a difficult choice from so may Shakespeare editions but I am glad I made this one. So much information to read as well as the plays. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Tilly Jordan
A must for every home library. Bought as a replacement for a water damaged edition. Has been borrowed a number of times by nieces, nephews and neighbor children for homework... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Teresa C. Weaver
Dust cover was intact, print is small but that's because this is the compact version. You can still read it just fine, probably my favorite novel I own. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karina Kovac
bought these for my daughter and then they burnt in the big Telegraph Fire so will be buying them again for her but she loved themPublished 1 month ago by L Lee