The Tempest

The Tempest
Title The Tempest PDF eBook
Author William Shakespeare
Publisher
Pages 124
Release 1955
Genre Drama
ISBN

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William Shakespeare × Rose Wylie: The Tempest

William Shakespeare × Rose Wylie: The Tempest
Title William Shakespeare × Rose Wylie: The Tempest PDF eBook
Author William Shakespeare
Publisher David Zwirner Books
Pages 144
Release 2022-04-12
Genre Drama
ISBN 9781644230619

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Set on a remote island, Shakespeare’s The Tempest is an ideal subject for the artist Rose Wylie, whose work frequently references classic stories and well-known characters. Likely the last play written entirely by Shakespeare, The Tempest brings together various themes the Bard explored in his prior plays, including magic, revenge and forgiveness, order and society, and nature versus art. The shipwreck and remote island, the spirits, and the dukes and their children offer rich material for Wylie’s works on paper and canvas. As the third title in David Zwirner Books’s Seeing Shakespeare series, this book pairs a complex narrative with equally layered works by a contemporary artist who approaches the play and art making from a unique perspective. Also included is an introduction by the writer Katie Kitamura.




William Shakespeare's The Tempest

William Shakespeare's The Tempest
Title William Shakespeare's The Tempest PDF eBook
Author Georghia Ellinas
Publisher Candlewick
Pages 33
Release 2020-04-07
Genre Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 1536211443

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Discover the Bard’s dazzling play about magic, revenge, and forgiveness, reimagined by Shakespeare’s Globe as a gorgeously illustrated picture book for children. I told him that if I were a mortal, I would forgive them. Ariel is a spirit of the air who can fly, ride on clouds, and glow bright as fire. When his master, the magician Prospero, is overthrown by his brother as the Duke of Milan, Ariel joins Prospero and his baby daughter on a journey that will bring them to a beautiful island ruled by the monstrous Caliban — and to a series of events that lead to a vengeful storm, confounding spells, true romance, and a master who is persuaded to give his transgressors a second chance. Narrated from Ariel’s perspective, the story is told in language that is true to the original play but accessible to all. With exquisite illustrations by acclaimed artist Jane Ray, this captivating retelling is a magical way to introduce children to one of the best-loved works of the world’s greatest playwright.




The Tempest

The Tempest
Title The Tempest PDF eBook
Author William Shakespeare
Publisher
Pages 0
Release 1922
Genre
ISBN

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The tempest

The tempest
Title The tempest PDF eBook
Author William Shakespeare
Publisher
Pages 100
Release 1898
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The Tempest (2010 edition)

The Tempest (2010 edition)
Title The Tempest (2010 edition) PDF eBook
Author William Shakespeare
Publisher OUP Oxford
Pages 0
Release 2010-03-04
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 9780198325000

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The Tempest is a popular text for study by secondary students the world over. This edition includes illustrations, preliminary notes, reading lists (including websites) and classroom notes.




Hag-Seed

Hag-Seed
Title Hag-Seed PDF eBook
Author Margaret Atwood
Publisher Hogarth
Pages 309
Release 2016-10-11
Genre Fiction
ISBN 0804141304

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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • The beloved author of The Handmaid’s Tale reimagines Shakespeare’s final, great play, The Tempest, in a gripping and emotionally rich novel of passion and revenge. “A marvel of gorgeous yet economical prose, in the service of a story that’s utterly heartbreaking yet pierced by humor, with a plot that retains considerable subtlety even as the original’s back story falls neatly into place.”—The New York Times Book Review Felix is at the top of his game as artistic director of the Makeshiweg Theatre Festival. Now he’s staging aTempest like no other: not only will it boost his reputation, but it will also heal emotional wounds. Or that was the plan. Instead, after an act of unforeseen treachery, Felix is living in exile in a backwoods hovel, haunted by memories of his beloved lost daughter, Miranda. And also brewing revenge, which, after twelve years, arrives in the shape of a theatre course at a nearby prison. Margaret Atwood’s novel take on Shakespeare’s play of enchantment, retribution, and second chances leads us on an interactive, illusion-ridden journey filled with new surprises and wonders of its own. Praise for Hag-Seed “What makes the book thrilling, and hugely pleasurable, is how closely Atwood hews to Shakespeare even as she casts her own potent charms, rap-composition included. . . . Part Shakespeare, part Atwood, Hag-Seed is a most delicate monster—and that’s ‘delicate’ in the 17th-century sense. It’s delightful.”—Boston Globe “Atwood has designed an ingenious doubling of the plot of The Tempest: Felix, the usurped director, finds himself cast by circumstances as a real-life version of Prospero, the usurped Duke. If you know the play well, these echoes grow stronger when Felix decides to exact his revenge by conjuring up a new version of The Tempest designed to overwhelm his enemies.”—Washington Post “A funny and heartwarming tale of revenge and redemption . . . Hag-Seed is a remarkable contribution to the canon.”—Bustle