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- Publisher: Writerpunk Press (March 9, 2015)
- Publication Date: March 9, 2015
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00UIL0YP2
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Anthologies can sometimes be uneven mixed bags, but this one is consistently great. For me, MacBeth is a well-known story, Othello was kind of familiar, I knew the basics of The Tempest, and I fell asleep (seriously, I did; I am a total Philistine) the only time I ever saw A Winter's Tale performed.
Each new version of these plays gave it a new dimension. It's not just the technology. The works are transformed. This isn't just Elizabethan fan fiction wearing steampunk clothing.
If I had to choose a favorite, it would probably be Othello. Just a superb look at doomed characters.
So, when are the writers going to tackle my favorite Shakespearean play, Julius Caesar?