Associated University Presse, 2012
Critics have praised either "Hamlet" or "King Lear" as the greatest of Shakespeare's "mature" tragendies. Ernst Honigmann, in the most significant edition of the play for a generation, asks: why not "Othello"? This edition sheds new light on the text of the play as we have come to know it, and on our knowledge of its early history.
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