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Collected Works vs Paperback Editions (28)
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 1, No. 61. Saturday, 22 Sep 1990.
 
Date: Sat, 22 Sep 90 10:06 EDT
From: "Hardy M. Cook" <
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Subject: Anthology Versus Paperbacks
 
 
I teach Shakespeare to undergraduate English majors.  In past
years, I have required my students to purchase a one-volume
anthology: either Bevington's *Complete Works* or Evans'
*Riverside*.  In the spring, I'm planning to use paperback
editions of individual plays for the first time.  I would
appreciate any comments on the merits of an anthology versus
paperback editions.  I am very aware of the theoretical and
political implications of using an anthology, but I would still
like to hear what others think on the matter.
 
          Hardy M. Cook
          Bowie State University
          
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