The Complete Oxford Shakespeare (3 volumes)

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Autor: William Shakespeare; general editors Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor

Edição: Guild Publishing London, 1987, Oxford

Idioma: Inglês/English

Encadernação: Capa dura 

Páginas: ~1400

Estado: Muito bom 

Livro de Bolso: Não

Sinopse: The Oxford Complete Works differs from other Shakespeare editions in attempting to present the text as it was first performed, rather than as it was first printed. This resulted in many controversial choices: for example, presenting Hamlet with several famous speeches relegated to appendices on the grounds that Shakespeare added them after the original performances; presenting two separate texts of King Lear due to the drastic differences between the two extant texts; and changing the name of Falstaff in Henry IV Part One to "Oldcastle" due to historical evidence that this name was used in the first performances even though it never survived to print.