Shakespeare's First Folio - 35 Plays in One File (Kindle Edition) - 71p @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Just a bit of light reading for your Kindle.

At just over 2p for per work of Shakespeare, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language (according to Wikipedia), it seems like a bit of a bargain.

Shakespeare brings his "A Game" with this collection with titles such as Romeo and Juliet, A Midsommer Nights Dream and MacBeth and many more (see the list below).



CONTENTS:

INTRODUCTION

COMEDIES:
The Tempest
The Two Gentlemen of Verona
The Merry Wives of Windsor
Measure, for Measure
The Comedy of Errours
Much adoo about Nothing
Loves Labour’s Lost
A Midsommer Nights Dreame
The Merchant of Venice
As you Like it
The Taming of the Shrew
All's Well, that Ends Well
Twelfe Night, or What You Will
The Winters Tale

HISTORIES:
The Life and Death of King John
The Life and Death of King Richard the Second
The First Part of Henry the Fourth
The Second Part of Henry the Fourth
The Life of King Henry the Fift
The First Part of Henry the Sixt
The Second Part of Henry the Sixt
The Third Part of Henry the Sixt
The Life and Death of Richard the Third
The Life of King Henry the Eight

TRAGEDIES:
The Tragedy of Coriolanus
Titus Andronicus
Romeo and Juliet
Timon of Athens
The Life and Death of Julius Caesar
The Tragedy of Macbeth
The Tragedy of Hamlet
King Lear
Othello, the Moore of Venice
The Tragedy of Anthony and Cleopatra
Cymbeline King of Britaine

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1 Like #1
Should be free - rip off merchants.
#2
Love Shakesphere, but believe this should be free.
2 Likes #3
Voted hot.

Many of these works are free to download individually from Amazon. What you are paying for here is the effort involved in compiling the work into a single volume and setting up an index. Personally I don't think it's unreasonable to charge a small fee for that, especially when you have the option to download them individually without cost.

As an alternative it might be worth considering (for the same price):

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Complete-Shakespeare-Macbeth-narrative-Lucrece/dp/B003TXT5ZQ

...which also includes the 154 sonnets and the narrative poems.

Edited By: rhysce on Apr 05, 2011 14:16: Cleaning up linked URL
1 Like #4
The Comedy of Errours
1 Like #5
mistersquiddy
The Comedy of Errours


Brilliant! Irony.
banned 1 Like #6
Voted cold as Shakespeare is way out of copyright and can be downloaded for free, you do not have to pay for it
#7
poopoo1
Voted cold as Shakespeare is way out of copyright and can be downloaded for free, you do not have to pay for it


See post 4.
#8
jbni
mistersquiddy
The Comedy of Errours


Brilliant! Irony.


Shakespeare would approve.
1 Like #9
Its quite easy to find all his works as a single volume and just copy it across using calibre, I did it myself a while back...
2 Likes #10
I've got a complete works of Shakespeare iPhone app that has all the indexing etc included - and that was free, so the argument that there is extra work involved here doesn't really hold (even if comparing 2 different platforms). Cold.
3 Likes #11
At just over 2p for per work of Shakespeare, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language (according to Wikipedia), it seems like a bit of a bargain.

So is it exactly 2p? Or not 2p? That is the question.
#12
Awful, unreadable due to so many mistakes. I started on The Twelfth Night and it said "If musicke be the food of loure play on" so i deleted and got a refund from amazon

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