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Publisher's Summary

Discover Shakespeare’s best-loved plays.
A perfect introduction for all ages to the breadth and beauty of Shakespeare's work, Tales from Shakespearehas become a classic work in its own right. The tales bring vividly alive the power of Hamlet and Macbeth, the fun of A Midsummer Night's Dream, and the drama of The Tempest. Blending detailed narrative with original dialogue and poetic language, they fully convey the wit, wisdom, and imagination of Shakespeare's magnificent plays.
©2010 Penguin Books Ltd (P)2010 Penguin Books Ltd
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By Heidi on 01-16-12

My daughter's absolute favorite!

What made the experience of listening to Tales from Shakespeare the most enjoyable?

My seven year old adores the stories - and she definitely has a pretty good knowledge about the content of several Shakespeare plays now!

What did you like best about this story?

I love that my daughter begged for more!

What does the narrators bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

My daughter loves the inflection - the tones and voices used by the narrator.

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By APritchard on 04-12-17

Marvellous reading

Could be helped by labelling the chapters with the titles of the plays instead of numbers 1-8, to navigate to King Lear or the Tempest or whatever. This comment of course holds true for all Audible chapters - hopeless lack of adequate detail.

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