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Last Edited by annie930ny August 7, 2016 at 08:50 AM
Users can also sign up for a free 30-day Audible trial [amazon.com] and get one free audiobook of their choosing.

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thanks
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Great find! Thank you Smilie
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Thanks OP.
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Are these annotated?
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Just got all of them. You can't beat free ebooks. Own them forever for free!
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Haven't these always been free? 90% of classic lit is free because it's out of copyright.
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Measure for Measure has been removed for "issues with the source ".
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Quote from z256joey View Post :
Measure for Measure has been removed for "issues with the source ".

Thanks, removed.
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Yeah, haven't these all been on Gutenberg like forever?

If you are new to a play, you owe it to yourself to find the Folger Shakespeare Library paperbacks. In the early 1970s, I saw the Hallmark Hall of Fame production with Richard Chamberlain as Hamlet...the next day, I went to a local bookstore and accidentally picked up a Folgers copy. The text is on the right page, and on the left-hand page explanations of anything possibly not understood ("...when he himself might his quietus make...with a bare bodkin." quietus=release, bodkin=short dagger -- OMG, he's considering suicide!). Started a lifetime love of the Bard and his works, and I still recommend (and buy for friends) these editions to help make the text understandable and relatable.
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thanks
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nice share. thanks.
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