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Puffin Graphics: Macbeth (Anglais) Broché – 8 septembre 2005

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Shakespeare’s classic play of deception, intrigue, and murder is reinvented in the Japanese manga style. Set on a vast ringworld encircling a sun, Macbeth and his wife, Lady Macbeth, scheme and plot their way to power, only to be undone by their own deadly plans. Artist Tony Tamai’s unique vision and style breathe new life into a captivating classic.

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Format: Broché
Gold Star Award Winner!

Shakespeare's MACBETH has been magically transformed into a highly engaging graphic novel produced by Classical Comics.

The quick text edition offers a simplified version of the Scottish tale by using as few words as possible on the page. The lack of Shakespearean dialogue does not deter from the original tale; in fact, it enhances the play.

Students who struggle with Shakespeare's language will be relieved to see this edition. They can read the original MACBETH while using the graphic novel as a supplemental tool. Teachers may wish to use these novels as a refresher before diving into a unit on Shakespeare.

The artistry in this graphic novel is also amazing! The characters are drawn well with nice, clean lines. The panels are extremely colorful, making the pictures appear to jump off the page.

The Dramatis Personae page provides thumbnail drawings for each character, which will help readers identify the players. The Contents Page breaks the story down into acts and scenes, thereby allowing readers to find specific parts within the play.

I am very impressed with the work Classical Comics is producing. As a teacher, I know how difficult it is to get students to read Shakespeare. These novels will make my job much easier in the future!

Reviewed by: LadyJay
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes. 12 janvier 2016
Par M. Heiss - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is an outstanding way to read Macbeth.

Outstanding

The action moves well across the pages. The supernatural is brilliantly done. This is excellent work.

The characters are easy to follow, the text is the classic text, and the battle scenes rock.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Shakespearian Graphic Novel 13 septembre 2013
Par Archaic Archea - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
True to the name

I think that this is hands down the best way to read a play. However, I think live plays are still better, I saw the Tempest at my school when I was but a young pup and that was pretty good.

You get some obvious facial expressions that cue the reading into what's going on, which with the cryptic and archaic iambic pentameter almost seems necessary. I think that the whole of exactly what is in O'l Will's work is in here with "no" exclusions. Still without the aid of some sparknotes, an English Lit nerd, or some other resource it's a rough read.

The artwork and color are of a good comic book quality, the expressions favor facial expressions above reality and the shading it a little over the top, but hey I prefer this to more realistic looking people since real people are much more difficult to read.

So yeah five stars wonderful idea, I think I'll pick up some more a bit later on.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Shakespeare Made Easier... 11 décembre 2010
Par HMS Warspite - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Classical Comics has published a selection of the Shakespeare plays as graphic novels, of which this is the tragedy of "Macbeth." The graphic novels come in two versions per title: one has the original text; the other offers a modern language version of the same story.

"Macbeth" dramatizes the dynastic wars of eleventh century Scotland, where the real life Macbeth was briefly king. In Shakespeare's take, the loyal warrier Macbeth is tempted by a witche's prophecy and by the ruthless ambition of his wife to murder Duncan, the reigning King of Scotland, and seize the throne. The rest of the story of the slow closing of the ring of fate on the brave but tragically twisted Macbeth, a tale punctuated by violence, madness, and witchcraft.

The graphic novel is a great way to introduce the reluctant modern young student to classics such as Shakespeare's plays, in a format likely to hold his or her attention. These graphic novels containt the entire play; there is no abridgement. The artwork in "Macbeth" is average, but the overall delivery is good and highly recommended as an introduction to the possibilities of Shakespearean drama.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Brilliantly Useful 14 août 2011
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Macbeth was the Shakespeare tragedy we read last year during senior year. Because I absolutely love English, I signed up for a co-enrolled class, which means I got dual credit for college and high school and the class was taught by a college professor. She was actually the one who recommended this and it was amazingly helpful. Some people may judge it because they can't appreciate a graphic novel but when you're being tested over a work of Shakespeare, it is truly helpful to have a visual to remember. I know that when we had to remember the different visions that came to Macbeth, they were far easier to remember when I could just think back to the depictions and the order they had appeared in. I'd recommend this for any student who will be tested over the material or just someone wishing to having a better understanding of a Shakespeare tragedy.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Get kids into Shakespeare 29 décembre 2010
Par Kindle Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I bought this on a whim. I was looking to purchase the Polanski movie version of Macbeth to play for my high school students. I bought the graphic novel and brought it into the classroom. And yes, I bought the Shakespearean English version, despite other versions being available. I brought it into my classroom, and left it on my desk. Next thing I know, it was being passes around the room. Students were actively engaged and reading the play in ways they had not before. Some were commenting on the artistry and discussing how they would have drawn it differently. Some were reading the play for the first time. The graphic novel format which so many students are familiar with took away the fear of Shakespearean English.
All in all I wish I had a full class set.
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