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Re: Finding Affordable Annotated Collected Works
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 13.1748  Monday, 5 August 2002

From:           David Lindley <
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Date:           Friday, 2 Aug 2002 14:22:13 GMT0BST
Subject: 13.1741 Re: Finding Affordable Annotated Collected
Comment:        Re: SHK 13.1741 Re: Finding Affordable Annotated Collected
Works

>The New Penguin has
>the advantage (in the UK, at least) of charging a different price for
>each volume, depending (apparently!) on how much it weighs - so the
>overall cost is lower. Arden seems to charge the same price for every
>volume, so even with 10 percent off you're unlikely to get the complete
>works for much less than $400. The Oxford edition seems to offer some
>variation in price from play to play, so might work out somewhere
>between the two.

Don't forget (he says, self-interestedly) the New Cambridge editions -
they are competitively priced.

David Lindley
University of Leeds

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