Macmillan, 1995. febr. 15. - 128 oldal
William Shakespeare "the poet" is usually represented in book form by the Sonnets, together with perhaps a few songs from the plays. And yet few would deny that they plays are essentially "poetic". How often have we search the Complete Works for well-known yet half-remembered lines, or quoted speeches as if they wee individual poems, not quite recalling which play they are from or who spoke them in what situation? This selection offers several of the classic speeches. It also includes a selection from the Sonnets. Where a play excerpt has been used, the context is indicated.
Mit mondanak mások - Írjon ismertetőt
Nem találtunk ismertetőket a szokott helyeken.
From As You Like
Act 4 Sc 4 Look here upon this picture
Act 4 Sc 2 If we are marked to die
arms bear beauty behold blood blow breaks breath bright Brutus Caesar cause ceremony cheeks crown dead dear death deeds dost doth dream earth eyes face fair fall father fear feel fire flowers follow fool friends gentle give GLOUCESTER goes grave hand hath head hear heart heaven hell hold honor hope keep kill kind king LEAR leave light live Look lord lose lover madness man's mortal nature never night o'er once past play Poetry poor reason remember rich Romeo Selected sense shame sing sleep soft soul sound speak spirit stand strange summer sweet tears thee There's thine things thou art thou hast thought virtue voice wear weep What's wind worth wretch