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There Is Nothing Like a Thane!: The Lighter Side of Macbeth

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There is Nothing Like a Thane is a follow-up to Clive Francis's highly successful There is Nothing Like a Dane! The Lighter Side of Hamlet. Thane is a hilarious compilation of unintentional funny moments from a variety of productions of Macbeth - interwoven with Francis's witty caricatures. It also delves into the many superstitions, which have dogged the play since 1603, ...more
ebook, 96 pages
Published July 16th 2013 by St. Martin's Griffin (first published December 15th 2003)
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Mike Jensen
Francis cobbles together dozens of anecdotes about actors and productions of MACBETH, songs and review excerpts about the play, and adds his own illustrations to produce an unimportant book that is still fun to read. On the other hand, it is the sort of book that I could have done without.
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