The Complete Comedy Plays of William Shakespeare V.2: With 30+ Original Illustrations,Summary and Free Audio Book Link by William Shakespeare

The Complete Comedy Plays of William Shakespeare V.2: With 30+ Original Illustrations,Summary and…

byWilliam Shakespeare

Kobo ebook | February 11, 2013

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The Complete Comedy Plays of William Shakespeare V.2 - With 200+ Original Illustrations,Summary and Free Audio Book Link


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     •     This is the ultimate version of Shakespeare Comedy Plays. The Ebook contains following titles.
  - A Midsummer Night's Dream - With 30+ Original Illustrations,Summary and Free Audio Book Link
  - Much Ado About Nothing - With 30+ Original Illustrations,Summary and Free Audio Book Link
  - Pericles, Prince of Tyre - With 30+ Original Illustrations,Summary and Free Audio Book Link
  - Taming of the Shrew - With 30+ Original Illustrations,Summary and Free Audio Book Link
  - The Tempest - With 30+ Original Illustrations,Summary and Free Audio Book Link
  - Twelfth Night - With 30+ Original Illustrations,Summary and Free Audio Book Link
  - Two Gentlemen of Verona - With 30+ Original Illustrations,Summary and Free Audio Book Link
  - Winter's Tale - With 30+ Original Illustrations,Summary and Free Audio Book Link

     •     Each title contains every original Illustrations from Danziel Brothers.
    
     •     Each title contains Summary

     •     FREE audio book link at the end of the book

     •     William Shakespeare's Biography

     •     William Shakespeare's Top Quotes

     •     Easy to navigated Active Table of Contents

     •     High formatting quality and standards, manually crafted by professionals

Shakespearean comedies tend to also include:
A greater emphasis on situations than characters (this numbs the audience's connection to the characters, so that when characters experience misfortune, the audience still finds it laughable)
A struggle of young lovers to overcome difficulty, often presented by elders
Separation and re-unification
Deception among characters (especially mistaken identity)
A clever servant
Disputes between characters, often within a family
Multiple, intertwining plots
Use of all styles of comedy (slapstick, puns, dry humour, earthy humour, witty banter, practical jokes)
Pastoral element (courtly people living an idealized, rural life), originally an element of Pastoral Romance, exploited by Shakespeare for his comic plots and often parodied therein for humorous effects
Happy Ending,though this is a given, since by definition, anything without a happy ending can't be a comedy.

Several of Shakespeare's comedies, such as Measure for Measure and All's Well That Ends Well, have an unusual tone with a difficult mix of humour and tragedy which has led them to be classified as problem plays. It is not clear whether the uneven nature of these dramas is due to an imperfect understanding of Elizabethan humour and society, a fault on Shakespeare's part, or a deliberate attempt by him to blend styles and subvert the audience's expectations. By the end of Shakespeare's life, he had written seventeen comedies.

Title:The Complete Comedy Plays of William Shakespeare V.2: With 30+ Original Illustrations,Summary and…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:February 11, 2013Publisher:Kiddy Monster PublicationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:9879990439

ISBN - 13:9789879990438

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