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Twelve Shakespeare plays presented afresh by Leon Garfield in narrative form. These are not simple retellings, but more like a refashioning of the dramas as stories, which remain true to the essential spirit of the original versions. The author has captured all the richness of character, plot, mood and setting in Shakespeare's works. It is the perfect introduction to Shakespeare for the young.
All the richness of Shakespeare is distilled in this brilliant re fashioning of twelve of his best-known plays. Leon Garfield brings the plots and the finely-wrought dramas to life for those who are new to the Shakespeare texts. His writing matches the original in power and is. in turn, superbly reinforced by Michael Foreman's haunting illustrations.
|Publication date:||24th April 1997|
|Publisher:||Puffin an imprint of Penguin Random House Children's UK|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
LEON GARFIELD won many awards including The Carnegie Medal, The Guardian Award, The Whitbread Prize and the Children's Book Award. He is best known for his historical novels. Leon Garfield died in 1996. MICHAEL FOREMAN is one of the leading children's illustrators working today. He has won many prestigious awards including the Smarties Book Prize and the Federation of Children's Book Groups' Children's Book Award. He lives in London and St Ives, Cornwall.More About Leon Garfield