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Sonnets.

The sonnets give a more personal side of Shakespeare than can be found in any of his plays.

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  • "The sonnets give a more personal side of Shakespeare than can be found in any of his plays."@en
  • "It is likely that Shakespeare wrote most of his sonnets before 1600. They are dedicated to Mr. W.H., the "only begetter" of the poems. His identity and whether he is to be identified with the youth addressed in the sonnets is still a matter for debate. Similar and less successful attempts have been made to identify the so-called "Dark Lady" who is the troublesome and unfaithful mistress of the later sonnets, and the "Rival Poet" of such poems as sonnet 86. The poems to the youth dwell on the great Renaissance themes of friendship, love, death, change and immortality and the relationship of the poet's art to all of these."@en
  • "154 of Shakespeare's sonnets representing one of finest bodies of poetry ever penned. Because they are love poems of an extraordinarily personal variety, these timeless sonnets also afford us our most intimate glimpses of the soul behind the genius that was Shakespeare."@en
  • "Gielgud gives consummately wrought and deeply felt recitations of Shakespeare's intimate and personal sonnets."@en
  • ""Everyone knows something of Shakespeare's sonnets, even if only in memorable fragments like 'the darling buds of may' or 'remembrance of things past' 'the marriage of minds'. For centuries these wonderfully-crafted, intense lyrics have stood for something valued about youth, love and the emotional complexities belonging to that time of life. This new recording presents all 154 of Shakespeare's Sonnets, using the New Cambridge Shakespeare texts"--Publisher's website."@en
  • "This audio presentation contains all 154 of Shakespeare's sonnets using the New Cambridge Shakespeare text."@en
  • "A selection of 120 of the sonnets."@en
  • "Presents five dozen sonnets of Shakespeare, including some of the best known in all of English literature."@en
  • ""This recording uses the text of "The Sonnets" established by G. Blakemore Evans for the New Cambridge Shakespeare edition of the play and also printed in the Cambridge Schools Shakespeare edition, both published by Cambridge University Press."--Booklet."@en
  • "Alex Jennings reads all of the 154 sonnets written by William Shakespeare between 1593 and 1601, using the New Cambridge Shakespeare text."@en
  • "A collection of Shakespeare's one hundred and fifty-four sonnets first published in 1609. Originally circulated privately among Shakespeare's friends, they show the man behind the plays and are among the most beautiful poems in the English language."@en
  • "Everyone knows something of Shakespeare's sonnets, even if only in memorable fragments like 'the darling buds of may', or 'remembrance of things past', or 'the marriage of minds'. For centuries these wonderfully-crafted, intense lyrics have stood for something valued about youth, love and the emotional complexities belonging to that time of life. This new recording presents all 154 of Shakespeare's Sonnets, using the New Cambridge Shakespeare texts."@en
  • "Dame Sybil Thorndike reads sonnets 18, 29, 30, 31, 53, 54, and 116 by William Shakespeare. Includes duplicate recordings."
  • "Presents selected sonnets from the extensive collection written by William Shakespeare."@en
  • "The complete sonnets performed by the quintessential Shakespearian actor, Sir John Gielgud."@en

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