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  • Published: 9 June 2005
  • ISBN: 9780141923222
  • Imprint: Penguin eBooks
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 224

Much Ado About Nothing




· Used and recommended by the National Theatre


· Backed by a massive national marketing and publicity campaign - in collaboration with the National Theatre. Kicking off with Shakespeare's birthday on 23rd April and Nick Hytner's new production of Henry IV, Parts One and Two (starring Michael Gambon) at the start of their 2005 £10 season


· Part of the relaunch of the celebrated Penguin Shakespeare series - with a fresh new look and a wealth of new editorial material


· The most widely read editions of Shakespeare's plays - offering authoritative, accessible texts to be enjoyed by theatre goers, actors, general readers and students alike


· Pocket-sized A format editions with a newly designed page, featuring only Shakespeare's words and all critical apparatus appearing at the front and back of the books

A vivacious woman and a high-spirited man both claim that they are determined never to marry. But when their friends trick them into believing that each harbours secret feelings for the other, they begin to question whether their witty banter and sharp-tongued repartee conceals something deeper. Schemes abound, misunderstandings proliferate and matches are eventually made in this sparkling and irresistible comedy.

  • Published: 9 June 2005
  • ISBN: 9780141923222
  • Imprint: Penguin eBooks
  • Format: EBook
  • Pages: 224

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