The unabridged drama is also presented without commentary. If school turned you off Shakespeare, find out what you've been missing all these years with this beautifully crafted audio presentation.
From the creators of SmartPass audio education study guides, voted third in a national poll to find the UK's favourite audibook (2008). Winners of three Spoken Word Awards for Best Drama (2004), Best Original Audio, and Best Publishing Initiative (2005).
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The cast of this production was great.
I really enjoyed listening to the narrator giving me additional information to make it easy to follow along.
I left Shakespeare in one of my boring high school English classes. What a fool I was back then not to use my English teacher to learn more about one of our greatest writers. This edition is the perfect way to re-introduce myself to Shakespeare.
I have always been afraid of Shakespeare because the language and meanings are so different. I didn't think I would be able to understand what the "true" meaning was. This audio was set up perfectly. The first part the narrator interrupts and explains the back story or the particular meaning of a phrase. Once I listened to that I was able to listen to just the dramatized play and I got so much more out of it than I would have listening on my own.
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