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Isn't there a US version of the site now, though?

Yep. It's in Texas. Mostly school books though.

I use little scraps of paper or train or tube tickets as bookmarks. New Yorkers have the handy subscription card. Whenever I try and remember the number I find I only remember the number when I find the page I was reading: "Oh yeah, I remember p60 now." D'oh!

I never dog-ear pages, but I do break spines. Books are there to be read - but not necessarily defaced.

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I won't dog-ear pages in a hardcover, but paperbacks are meant to be used and abused. Dog-earing a page is much more convenient than trying to find a place to hold the bookmark while reading.

leave the bookmark where it was and continue reading from there? Doesn't seem too tricky.

I've just bought Wolf Hall, but it's just too drat big to carry around with me to read while commuting. Small novels and magazines for me. That's why I never buy hardbacks (cost too, of course)

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I carry about six or seven thick books (all hardcovers) with me on a regular basis. The joys of being a postgrad I finally gave up on getting them all in my handbag, now I just wear a backpack everywhere like a little schoolgirl.

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Apr 17, 2001
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I'm trying to read some Shakespeare plays, but I'm not sure which editions I should get.

As far as I can tell the Arden, Oxford and New Cambdrige are supposed to be the three best editions generally. The plays I want to read first are King Lear and Macbeth, and once I'm done with them maybe I'll read more.

So far (judging from Amazon previews of the various editions) I'm slightly in favor of the New Cambridge ones, because there's the occasional explanation of a difficult word more than in other editions, where footnotes are mainly for explaining context or variations.

Something that would be good to know is which edition makes the least emendations as far as punctuation and spelling is concerned (I guess there won't be much difference between the three editions).

What can you guys recommend? Ideally, I would like to read the plays and look up stuff I don't understand directly in the footnotes as opposed to going to a dictionary or the internet for that.

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therattle posted:

leave the bookmark where it was and continue reading from there? Doesn't seem too tricky.

When I was in grade school and the teacher would read to us, I always thought she moved the bookmark to the end of where she meant to read. It confused the hell out of me when she got far enough in the book to move it sex in locker room earlier than she started.

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Rison posted:

Shakespeare

I've got a bunch of different editions and I'd open them up and offer some useful advice, but my books are boxed up right now. I think I liked Arden best; I believe they use marginal glosses (which I prefer to footnotes/endnotes if I'm going to be referring to them often) and have updated spelling. The notes are good, but I don't know if they explain vocabulary stuff.

And I've got the Norton Tragedies; it's really good and cheaper than buying the plays individually. The Norton things are based on the Oxford texts, I think?

A good edition, if it contains contentious emendations, should provide explanatory notes. I'm not sure you'll benefit greatly from reading the edition most representative of original idiosyncrasies of spelling etc. Some people might have good reasons for resisting the modernization of spelling but I don't think it "cheapens" the reading experience (at least for your first read-through of a play) to the same degree as would reading a "translation" of the Canterbury Tales.

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Rison posted:

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I'm taking a Shakespeare course at the moment and just finished a close reading of one scene (1 Henry IV, 4.2 in case anyone's interested) a few days ago, for which I used a few different editions - the Norton collected works (our set text), a modern Oxford, and an Arden from 1961. I didn't use the Cambridge, so I can't give you any advice on that, sorry. I've still got the photocopies lying around, and seeing a sample of the layout and level of detail for the same scene is probably a good way for you to figure out which one you like best, so here goes:

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As Facial Fracture pointed out, they use the Oxford text with a small number of emendations. It feels pretty faithful to me (but I really don't know enough yet to be passing judgment on emendations), but the footnotes are definitely minimal compared to the other scholarly editions. It sounds to me like you'd prefer to have more detail than the Norton provides, so I wouldn't recommend any of the Norton editions unless you really want to get lots of plays for minimal $ (there's a reason my book has 'International Student Edition' plastered all over the cover).

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The Oxford's notes are the best I've come across, and the textual changes are very minor (the only one that sticks out in my mind after studying this scene for hours on end is their choice of 'away at night' over 'away all night' in the Quarto, Arden, and Oxford). It's worth keeping in mind that these changes are usually made to remove what editors see as corruptions to the text, and are pretty conservative even then. (Although spelling modernisation is another matter and all the scholarly editions I've seen have modernised spellings - the only way I know of avoiding that is to get a facsimile of the Quartos or the Folio).

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This is a 1961 edition, but I checked a modern Arden I had lying around and the format is still pretty much the same except for minor typographical changes and the textual notes now being below the footnotes.

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My impression of the Arden was that the footnotes were slightly less useful than the Oxford's. They seem to refer to the same sources pretty often, though.

I'd probably recommend the Oxford for your purposes (although I haven't seen the Cambridge editions). For a first read, any of these editions are going to be pretty good, but generally the more background info you can get/stand looking up, the more you'll enjoy the play. Good luck!

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First of all, thank you very much for your detailed write-up.

I think I'm going to go with the Oxford if I can't find a copy of the Cambridge to check out before. The notes in the Oxford seem best and the layout is the most readable. I kinda dread the thought of buying any kind of Norton anthology because I really hate handling the super-thin paper. Also, as you said, the big plus of getting individual editions of the plays is all the secondary materials they include.

I didn't know that all of the editions modernize the spelling, by the way. It's not such a big deal to me, though. I guess if someone really needs the original spelling for a scholarly essay or somesuch thing and absolutely has to own a copy the cheapest way to go would be the Norton facsimile of the First Folio (which is still pretty expensive at $100). Or you could just locate the passage you want in your modern edition and then use the act and scene to find that passage in an online edition of the Folio.

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You're weird! I read to enjoy. if I don't enjoy, I stop. I have no qualms about not finishing a book I don't like. YMMV. It's like saying "This movie was terrible, but I am gong to watch the sequel anyway!".

Haven't read the books, can't help you. Would love to be able to allow you to stop reading terrible book 2 though!

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Thats all I remember. I know its vague as poo poo but its a classic book so I'm hoping TBB can help me. I initially thought it was written by James Joyce or Emily Dickinson but I can't seem to find it.

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Grushenka posted:

I carry about six or seven thick books (all hardcovers) with me on a regular basis. The joys of being a postgrad I finally gave up on getting them all in my handbag, now I just wear a backpack everywhere like a little schoolgirl.

I'm a grad student, too. I'm stuck carrying a crapton of books in my backpack, and they can sometimes get pretty heavy. They can be quite a burden sometimes.

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therattle posted:

You're weird! I read to enjoy. if I don't enjoy, I stop. I have no qualms about not finishing a book I don't like. YMMV. It's like saying "This movie was terrible, but I am gong to watch the sequel anyway!".

This is a fair point, and I am totally guilty. Never really liked Wheel of Time, but read all the ones that were out at the time (up through Winter's Heart, I think it's called) just to see what would happen. Oh, well, I think my partner has helpfully "lost" the sequel for me, so I am free to write the series off.

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Maybe I will.. maaaybe I will... I was thinking of Mornington Crescent, actually, but Numberwang works too

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Earwicker posted:

Don't worry, there's a couple more books after you stopped reading the series, but nothing happens in them.

Shamefully, I lurk the WoT thread here so that I can be assured of that. [sighs] Anyway, bought Drood, going to read it instead of things I know I don't like. One step at a time.

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There's some fiction series about a British soldier (mercenary?) around the Victorian era, with at least some of the stories happening in Afghanistan and India. It's a relatively well-known work, I think relatively modern historical fiction, and the character's name somehow reminds me of "Lord Flashheart" from the joanie chyna laurer nude Blackadder comedies.

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I'm 99% sure you are looking for the hilarious, superb, historically accurate "Flashman" series by George MacDonald Fraser. Flashman isn't a mercenary, he's a soldier, but the period is spot-on, and there are books set in India and Afghanistan. (Yes! got one that I knew before I was beaten!)

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therattle posted:

I'm 99% sure you are looking for the hilarious, superb, historically accurate "Flashman" series by George MacDonald Fraser. Flashman isn't a mercenary, he's a soldier, but the period is spot-on, and there are books set in India and Afghanistan. (Yes! got one that I knew before I was beaten!)

I highly recommend them. They are that rare beast, the high-quality yet entertaining book. (I like the Patrick O'Brian's too).

Are these spoof books? I've seen them in the bookshop and have avoided them because I'm too fond of O'Brian and Cornwell's cheeky yet grubby takes on that era. Characters like Sharpe are sometimes absurd but the love of the history is there and so he doesn't do overly dumb poo poo like holding a rifle in each hand at the same time.

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Are these spoof books? I've seen them in the bookshop and have avoided them because I'm too fond of O'Brian and Cornwell's cheeky yet grubby takes on that era. Characters like Sharpe are sometimes absurd but the love of the history is there and so he doesn't do overly dumb poo poo like holding a rifle in each hand at the same time.

They are highly accurate and detailed. The are humorous but not spoofs per se. The character of Flashman is a bully, a coward and a lech who gropes, bumbles, screws and drinks his way through various historical events. The different angle to the conventional historical novel is his vile and weak character (with some redeeming moments - Fraser makes him seem nonetheless likable and sympathetic, which is no mean feat). For what it's worth, I really, really like the Sharpe and O'Brians too; I'd place these firmly in the same camp, but with the tongue slightly more in cheek.

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I've heard if you blowdry onto the sticker for awhile it will come right off, but I've never tried that. Alcohol or mineral oil on a cloth/paper towel/tissue works for me.

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