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by Edith Nesbit

About This Text The original etext for this book was prepared by Morrie Wilson

(admin@worldwideschool.org) for Project Gutenberg. The text was edited and formattingand illustrations were added by Lisa Ripperton, using as copytext, Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare, retold by E. Nesbit, Chicago: Twenty Beautiful Stories from Shakespeare, 1907. Since this book was first published before 1923, it is in the public domain in the United States. By U.S. law, it entered the public domain 75 years after its first publication. Many beautiful illustrations,including new color plates and fine pen drawings by Max Bihn, are included in the text. Included in the Back Matter are quotations from Shakespeare and a wonderful guide to pronouncing the names.

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About ThisText...................................................................................................................................................................... 2 PREFACE ................................................................................................................................................................................. 4 A BRIEF LIFE OF SHAKESPEARE ...................................................................................................................................... 6 A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'SDREAM................................................................................................................................... 10 AS YOU LIKE IT .................................................................................................................................................................. 27 THE WINTER'S TALE......................................................................................................................................................... 33 KING LEAR ........................................................................................................................................................................... 41 TWELFTH NIGHT............................................................................................................................................................... 46 MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING ...................................................................................................................................... 54 ROMEO AND JULIET......................................................................................................................................................... 66 PERICLES .............................................................................................................................................................................. 75 HAMLET ................................................................................................................................................................................ 81CYMBELINE .......................................................................................................................................................................... 88 MACBETH ............................................................................................................................................................................. 96 THE COMEDY OF ERRORS...
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