By William Shakespeare
For this new version, first released in 1971, Ted Hughes augmented his unique choice of Shakespeare's poems and dramatic speeches and fully rewrote his accompanying essay, aspiring to restoration to the typical reader a lot of what, in Shakespeare, was once instinctively to be had to the viewers of his day, and to teach how Shakespeare's language unites in its sinews and substance the complete variety of Elizabethan preoccupations, philosophical and social.
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A Choice of Shakespeare's Verse by William Shakespeare