Books written by William Shakespeare

Romeo and Juliet

Pan Macmillan | August 23, 2016 | 192 pages
An unabridged, illustrated edition of Shakespeare's tragic love storyUndoubtedly the greatest love story ever written, Romeo and Juliet has spawned a host of imitators on stage and screen and been adapted countless times. A young man and woman meet by chance and instantly fall in love. But their... More Info


Pan Macmillan | August 23, 2016 | 216 pages
A complete and unabridged gift edition of Shakespeare's most famous tragedyA young prince meets with his father's ghost, who alleges that his own brother, now married to his widow, murdered him. The prince devises a scheme to test the truth of the ghost's accusation, feigning wild madness while... More Info

The Oxford Shakespeare: Twelfth Night, or What You Will

Oxford Paperbacks | April 17, 2008 | 256 pages
Twelfth Night is one of the most popular of Shakespeare's plays in performance, and this edition emphasizes its theatrical qualities in both the introduction and the full and detailed commentary. Where the original music has not survived, James Walker has composed settings compatible with the... More Info


Pulp the Classics | September 25, 2014 | 192 pages
He's a bardass brother with the love of a fine woman. That is until some cloven hoofed honky starts talking crazy about variously hued sheep tupping the hell outta each other! You gotta pity the fool who gets shafted by the green eyed monster. Let's hope Othello can work out who to trust before... More Info

Romeo and Juliet

Pulp the Classics | September 25, 2014 | 256 pages
Too wild to live, too young to die! #YOLO! Romeo, Romeo, wherefore art thou . . . Oh wait, he’s hanging around in the garden again. Will young Romeo and his Juliet ever be able to express their raging hormones? Or will their feuding families make this romance blossom into a poisoned flower?... More Info

The Two Gentlemen of Verona

Applause Theatre & Cinema | January 16, 2019 | 88 pages
Two Gentlemen of Verona is commonly agreed to be Shakespeare's first comedy, and probably his first play. A comedy built around the confusions of doubling, cross - dressing and identity, it is also a play about the ideal of male friendship and what happens to those friendships when men fall in... More Info

The tempest

Applause Theatre & Cinema Books | November 1, 1998 | 86 pages
Shakespeare's valedictory play is also one of  More Info

King Lear

Signet Classic | June 1, 1998 | 352 pages
Planning to will the largest portion of his kingdom to the daughter who can articulate her filial love most effectively, King Lear is furious when his youngest of three daughters, the unwed Cordelia, simply states "I cannot heave my heart into my mouth." As the elder sisters, Regan and Goneril,... More Info