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Twelfth Night: Third Series (Arden Shakespeare) Paperback – November 2, 2009
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“The editorial goals of the Arden project are ably met in this edition. Elam's...astounding knowledge of elements of performance make this edition a mustread...Brings together into one volume a wealth of textual, bibliographical, and critical scholarship; a variety of background materials; helpful images and charts; and information and analysis concerning stage and film performances.The introduction exemplifies scholarly achievement...Magisterial footnotes.” ―Shakespeare Quarterly
About the Author
William Shakespeare (1564-1616) was an English dramatist, poet, and actor, generally regarded as the greatest playwright of all time.
Keir Elam is Professor of English Literature at the University of Bologna, where he is resident member of the Institute for Advanced Studies and evaluator for the Humanities in the University Research Observatory (Osservatorio della Ricerca).
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Top Customer Reviews
This story is amazing, and I'm grateful to be able to fully understand it now. I read through it in a couple of days and honestly enjoyed every moment of it. What I love is that I was able to easily look over to the original text when I wanted to get a feel for the writing style - important with this story, because it includes a lot of songs and poetry - but the translations make it easier to understand.
I got an A on my book report which I never would've achieved without the help of Spark Notes!
Much of the fun is based on mistaken identity, mismatched lovers and a very pompous steward to Countess Olivia. If you have yet never read much Shakespeare, reading Twelfth Night is a good place to start getting more serious.
By the way, I am a beginning reader of Shakespeare.