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Shakespeare's Poetry

This documentary focuses exclusively on the life and poetry of the greatest poet of all time. An in-depth look at the sonnets and narrative poems of the man known simply as the bard.

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Length: One Hour
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Great Authors of the British Isles

This series introduces the extraordinary body of English literature with such authors as Chaucer, Shakespeare, William Wordsworth, Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, T. S. Eliot, J. K. Rowling and more.

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Length: 3 Hours & 52 Minutes
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Great American Authors: Since 1650

Featuring such greats as Poe…Dickinson…Twain…Alcott…Hemingway..Wolfe…Steinbeck...Vonnegut and Morrison, this eight part series presents the lives and literary output of over 60 of America's most read authors.

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Length: 240 minutes
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BBC Shakespeare 5 Pack Tragedy II Giftbox Set

In response to the high number of requests for the BBC Shakespeare titles...Ambrose Video is releasing Tragedy II coming in October of 2005.

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Length: 13 hours 7 minutes
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BBC Shakespeare 5 Pack Histories Giftbox Set

5 PLAYS ON 5 DVDS IN GIFTBOXED SET!

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Length: 14 hours: 5 minutes
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BBC Shakespeare 5 Pack Comedies Giftbox Set

5 PLAYS ON 5 DVDS IN GIFTBOXED SET!

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Length: 11 hours 9 minutes
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Beckett on Film

Beckett now available on DVD for the first time ever! This acclaimed film project includes all 19 plays of Samuel Beckett, considered the most significant Irish playwright of the 20th century.

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Length: 10 hours, 21 minutes
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BBC Shakespeare 5 Pack Tragedy Giftbox Set

5 PLAYS ON 5 DVDS IN GIFTBOXED SET!

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Length: 14 hours and 54 minutes
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BBC Shakespeare Plays - DVD

Shakespeare is rightly called the world's greatest playwright for the soaring beauty of his language, for his profound insight into human nature, for the truths he dramatized and for the realism of the characters he created. He was, and remains, a superb entertainer.

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Length: 37 Plays (times vary)
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