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King Lear por William Shakespeare
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King Lear (edição 1984)

por William Shakespeare

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Graphic Shakespeare brings all of the action to vivid life while retaining every word of the original play. Shakespeare has been called the greatest writer in the English language-but his language and settings can seem remote and forbidding. Welcome to Black Dog's Graphic Shakespeare Library, where each play comes to life in a new way, panel after illustrated panel. King Lear is a story of kingship, honor, and bloody revenge. King Lear is illustrated in full color by Ian Pollack and includes a synopsis of the play, and an illustrated character list. It's a marvelous way to experience Shakespeare for the first time-or the tenth-and is sure to be attractive to students and theatre fans alike.… (mais)
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Título:King Lear
Autores:William Shakespeare
Informação:Oval Projects (1984), Edition: Cartoon Ed, Paperback, 139 pages
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I won't review the play itself, except to say that for some reason I found the scenes of Gloucester and his sons, especially his attempted suicide, much more moving than anything with King Lear and his children, not sure if that's because they came across as more original because I didn't remember them as well as the other parts.

But I will say that this version, a graphic novel by Ian Pollack, was outstanding. It includes the full text and the illustrations are a beautifully rendered companion to the text. They function as a creative and thought-provoking production that is in a highly stylized fusion of traditional and contemporary costume with a wide variety of human and quasi-human shapes and forms for the characters.

It's a very good way to read the play which, after all, was meant to be watched. Unfortunately looking through the shelves of Barnes and Noble and Amazon, this appears to be just about the only decent graphic novel version of Shakespeare. The rest of them seem hackneyed and to subtract from the text. But tell me if you think otherwise. ( )
  nosajeel | Jun 21, 2014 |
I won't review the play itself, except to say that for some reason I found the scenes of Gloucester and his sons, especially his attempted suicide, much more moving than anything with King Lear and his children, not sure if that's because they came across as more original because I didn't remember them as well as the other parts.

But I will say that this version, a graphic novel by Ian Pollack, was outstanding. It includes the full text and the illustrations are a beautifully rendered companion to the text. They function as a creative and thought-provoking production that is in a highly stylized fusion of traditional and contemporary costume with a wide variety of human and quasi-human shapes and forms for the characters.

It's a very good way to read the play which, after all, was meant to be watched. Unfortunately looking through the shelves of Barnes and Noble and Amazon, this appears to be just about the only decent graphic novel version of Shakespeare. The rest of them seem hackneyed and to subtract from the text. But tell me if you think otherwise. ( )
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Graphic Shakespeare brings all of the action to vivid life while retaining every word of the original play. Shakespeare has been called the greatest writer in the English language-but his language and settings can seem remote and forbidding. Welcome to Black Dog's Graphic Shakespeare Library, where each play comes to life in a new way, panel after illustrated panel. King Lear is a story of kingship, honor, and bloody revenge. King Lear is illustrated in full color by Ian Pollack and includes a synopsis of the play, and an illustrated character list. It's a marvelous way to experience Shakespeare for the first time-or the tenth-and is sure to be attractive to students and theatre fans alike.

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