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By William Shakespeare

ISBN-10: 8491050922

ISBN-13: 9788491050926

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Edición bilingüe. Versión de Agustín García Calvo
La tragedia de Macbeth, un violento y sanguinario mapa de l. a. ambición humana, empieza en el preciso instante en que las hermanas fatídicas le revelan el esplendoroso futuro que le aguarda. Sus palabras parecen un canto de sirena surgido de las profundidades del infierno, una seducción que cualquier hombre sensato desoiría. Pero cuando se cumple los angeles primera predicción y el rey Duncan le nombra barón de Cáudor para recompensar su inteligencia y destreza en el campo de batalla, las dudas, los angeles codicia y los angeles obsesión se apoderan de Macbeth y de su ávida esposa.
Frente al magnífico texto unique presentamos los angeles versión rítmica de Agustín García Calvo, uno de los humanistas más destacados del landscape español. Asimismo, viene acompañada de una introducción de Carol Chillington Rutter, catedrática de literatura inglesa de los angeles Universidad de Warwick.
«¡Salud a ti, Macbeth! ¡Salud, barón de Glamis!
¡Salud a ti, Macbeth! ¡Salud, barón de Cáudor!
¡Salud a ti, Macbeth! Serás un día rey.»

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That you'll come round and live this side where I could see you. (Pause. ) I'd be a different woman. ) Unrecognizable. [p. 35] When Willie crawls towards her, it is the most spectacular of innumerable close links between the two acts. The structure artfully balances impressions of change and decay with those of continuity and continuance. In each act Winnie tells over her memories, prays, reflects on her situation, thinks about Willie, quotes half-remembered lines of verse, conjures up a vivid image of 'real' people (Mr and Mrs Shower or Cooker, who react unimaginatively to her plight) and declares her faith that the day 'will have been another happy day'.

Now at last she is able to sing 'her' song, the 'Merry Widow' waltz. The play ends in a long-held pause with Winnie looking down at Willie, still on his hands and knees at the foot of the mound. Part One: Text 35 10 STRUCTURE A:"ID SETTI:"IG As the summary of the situation may indicate, it is scarcely possible to describe what happens in Happy Days without giving some account of small detail, since this is what makes up Winnie's constricted world. As in Wailing for Godol, the structure is highly symmetrical.

There was a delicate, slow graduation, from the painful resignation of the questions that are no questions, through Vladimir's outburst of angry frustration to the drained quiet of the final sequence, when the moon came up and after the suicide that is·no suicide, everything became totally still. It was clear that they were, as Beckett has said, exhausted: there was no more to be done. These poetic or tender moments worked without falling into the 'tear trap' Roger Blin saw as a potential hazard to him as a director.

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