A Midsummer Night's Dream (Enhanced Edition) by William Shakespeare & Arthur Rackham

A Midsummer Night's Dream (Enhanced Edition)

By William Shakespeare & Arthur Rackham

  • Publication Date: 2008-07-04
  • Genre: Performing Arts
3.5 Score: 3.5 (From 16 Ratings)

Book Synopsis

A Midsummer Night's Dream (Audio, Illustrated, and Video Edition) is a fully-integrated multimedia ebook featuring William Shakespeare's original play and audio, over 40 of original Arthur Rackham's 1911 illustrations, and the 1909 silent film by Charles Kent. 

This is the most dynamic ebook version of this title. Easy to listen along and follow as you read. 

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Latest User Reviews

  • Meh

    1
    By Manhattan Theater Lover
    Nice try I guess, but doesn't help me understand the play and answer questions about it.
  • Spot on.

    5
    By Buffet Chicken
    This book delivers what it says. Full audio, not clips and ALL the original Rackham illustrations, not a few. And the video is a great bonus. Only one on the iBookstore like that, yes "dynamic".
  • Hardly Enhanced

    2
    By deziner2002
    If a few audio clips and some illustrations is "dynamic", then this book is that. Otherwise, I believe Shakespeare and Rackham would have asked for their money back.

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