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Macbeth The Graphic Novel: Original Text (Unabridged, British English) by William Shakespeare (2008-02-25)

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Macbeth The Graphic Novel: Original Text (Unabridged, British English) by William Shakespeare (2008-02-25)

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  • By feiyang deng on September 2, 2013

    the book comes from engliand, faster than i thought. the book is book and it's good for class uses and life reading.

  • By redeyesfromreading on June 17, 2008

    In my Amazon parcel this week the books have all been brilliant. This is one of the best. (Alongside my Dean Koontz. Yes, I know, such variety!!)Worth the wait, this book and it's companion (see my other review) have changed the way I see Shakespeare. I was reading the plays because I had to. I'm reading these books out of choice. Colour, action, powerful imaging meet and match The Bards immortal words. Which are all there. Yes, all of them.Rather cool pages about the real Macbeth told me things I didn't know. I like this. A lot.

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