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Macbeth (Signature Shakespeare) Hardcover – May 1, 2012
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Jesse M. Lander (Editor), Notre Dame, IN: PhD, Columbia University; Thomas J. and Robert T. Rolfs Associate Professor of English, and Director, Graduate Studies in English, University of Notre Dame
David Scott Kastan (Series Editor; Introduction), New Haven, CT: PhD, University of Chicago; George M. Bodman Professor of English, Yale University
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There are several renditions in print. However his is the one you want to handle and display in your library. Short of expensive incunabula we can display this book with pride. It is not just another pretty face with exquisite laser cut designs, as we can get insights form the annotation. The introductory material is worth the price alone.
If you are new to Macbeth:
It starts out with three witches that tell a Scottish general Macbeth that he will become king. Macbeth's wife eggs him on as suggesting that he dispatch the existing ruler and cousin Duncan to move the process forward. Little did Macbeth and Lady Macbeth (or we for that matter) suspect at the time that they would encounter more blood and supernatural forces to correct the situation.
You may find this a tad more layered than you think as we must decide if the hero Macbeth is really the bad person as suggested by Malcolm and Angus.
Do not over look the politics of the time.
Warning: you may find yourself going around and saying "Out, damn'd spot!"