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Timon's wretched experiences of treachery have him repudiate all past good deeds.
The snarling voice of Norman Rodway's Apemantus is a perfect counterpoint, and he casts out his invective in those early scenes with a hint of humor.
It is a mature work, displaying much linguistic virtusoity, charm of expression and highly imaginative images and allegories.
Used book. Pages just a bit darker than new. Clean book, no markings whatever. Very good item for the price.Published 19 months ago by Daniel S. Irwin
Seriously? It's Shakespeare, and Arden. Best combination, despite the fact that this is NOT one of Shakespeare's best. Read morePublished 19 months ago by graypast7
Timon of Athens is a good man. He helps friends, he plays hosts to one and all, he lends money freely, he believes himself loved by all. He is a sap and a sucker. Read morePublished on April 22, 2012 by Vincent Poirier