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Gleeditions A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare


Titania dotes on an ass.


Romantic love and more take center stage in this multifaceted comedy.


Newly annotated by Catherine C. Riggs, PhD, UCLA. Reviewed by Howard Eiland of MIT, and Michael J. Allen, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, UCLA. Background in Brief with charts, diagrams, and Renaissance paintings.

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Gleeditions Macbeth by William Shakespeare


Lady Macbeth persuades.


Both Macbeths emerge as complex in this tragedy of unbridled ambition.


Newly annotated by Jeff Morris of Carroll College. Reviewed by Howard Eiland of MIT, and, on Scottish history, Benjamin Hudson of Pennsylvania State University. Background in Brief with map, family tree, and more.

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Gleeditions Othello, the Moor of Venice by William Shakespeare


Othello emotes.


In firm command of his troops, Othello loses his grip in love.

Newly annotated by Matthew Brosamer of Mount St. Mary’s College, Los Angeles. Reviewed by Robert N. Watson of UCLA, and Geoffrey Symcox of UCLA. Background in Brief with map, charts, Renaissance paintings, and primary-source excerpts.

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Gleeditions The Tempest by William Shakespeare


Miranda proposes.


A lively romance, the play features love, magic, discovery, & more.


Newly annotated by Danielle Price of University of Windsor. Reviewed by Howard Eiland of MIT, and, on humanism, Michael Allen of UCLA. Background in Brief with map, chart, Renaissance illustrations, and more.

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Gleeditions Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain


The raft becomes home.


Outside "civilized" society, Jim and Huck's relationship evolves.


Newly annotated by Joyce Moss, MsEd, USC, in consultation with Victor Fischer of the Mark Twain Project, UC Berkeley. Reviewed by James Kincaid of USC, Martin Griffin of University of Tennessee, and Carol Jago of NCTE. Background in Brief with maps, slave testimony, and more.

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