This set of paperbacks is beautifully designed (perfect for fans of typography) and very affordable. Additionally, they contain useful notes and fascinating histories of each play. Really, my only problem with these books is that they only published Shakespeare's most famous works, which means that they included Henry IV part 1 and not part 2, and that The Merchant of Venice is in the collection. If they weren't going to bother with all of Shakespeare's plays, couldn't they have chosen a less offensive play to publish instead?
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The Comedy of Errors: 9781411499560
Henry IV, part 1: 9781411499706
Henry V: 9781411499966
Julius Caesar: 9781411400405
King Lear: 9781411400795
The Merchant of Venice: 9781411400856
A Midsummer Night's Dream: 9781411400382
Much Ado About Nothing: 9781411400559
Romeo and Juliet: 9781411400368
Shakespeare's Sonnets: 9781411499584
The Taming of the Shrew: 9781411400412
The Tempest: 9781411400764
Twelfth Night: 9781411401181