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Pericles/Cymbeline/The Two Noble Kinsmen

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The plays collected here follow: the journeys of Pericles, Prince of Tyre; the political and romantic betrayals of Cymbeline - a chieftain of ancient times; and a work based on Chaucer's The Knight's Tale.
Paperback, 736 pages
Published November 7th 2006 by Signet (first published 1986)
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Feb 12, 2010 Ray rated it really liked it
Shelves: drama, shakespeare
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To be honest, I've only read The Two Noble Kinsmen out of this lot, though I read all of the essays on the other plays. I intend to read the others, but I'm saving them for the rainy season. ;)

I liked this edition! I love reading scholarly essays in these kind of "Classics" collections, and the ones that they chose for this edition were all very interesting.

The Two Noble Kinsmen itself was much more interesting than I was expecting.
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Feb 26, 2007 Steven Tiberius rated it liked it
Recommends it for: Old West Cowboys
I read this for my college Shakespeare 2 class (wanted to skip all that I'd read for high school and run with the obscure); and later saw a live-action play version at the Intiman Theater in Seattle. They did a cowboy version with a little Asian gal as Cymbeline. Not my favorite, but I think everyone needs to go see a live-action Shakespeare play at least once (preferably one that doesn't suck as much).
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