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Macbeth: Critically Annotated Shakespeare

Author Name: Nilanko Mallik | Format: Paperback | Genre : Dramas & Plays | Other Details

Macbeth: Critically Annotated Shakespeare provides detailed critical explanations of the lines, along with hints on performances.

The 2nd edition adds more annotations to the already exhaustive annotations of the first edition.

The book contains character-trait discussions and discussion of other issues, so that students will find lots of matter for academic needs! There is background information on the playwright and the times, about his works in general, and exploration of some topics related to the text.

The book also contains pictures to enhance the knowledge of the readers and make the book a wonderful academic, and leisurely read, as well as a read for performers and directors.

About the Editor

Dr. Nilanko Mallik is an alumnus of erstwhile Presidency College (now, Presidency University), Kolkata, and Arizona State University (USA). His research is in the fields of Neurolinguistics and Shakespeare in performance. He has authored several books, the list of which is provided inside. He heads a drama group, Shakespeare Youth Performances. He has also published a work of fiction - Dawn Riders (Power Publishers, 2017), on the genre on magic/myth. His research can be read by visiting: https://nilankomallik.academia.edu/ and he can be contacted by filling out the contact form there, or by emailing nilankomallik@nlsr.org.

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Nilanko Mallik

Dr. Nilanko Mallik is an alumnus of erstwhile Presidency College (now, Presidency University), Kolkata. His research is in the fields of Neurolinguistics and Shakespeare in performance. He has authored several books, some of which are Compact English Prosody and Figures of Speech (Macmillan India Ltd., 2009), Critical Studies from Elizabethan to Romantic Poetry (Woven Words, 2017), Historic and Social Evolution of the English Language (Educreation, 2017). He heads a drama group, Shakespeare Youth Performances. He has also published a work of fiction - Dawn Riders (Power Publishers, 2017) which is the first of a series under the genre of modern myth/magic. His research can be read by visiting: https://nilankomallik.academia.edu/ and he can be contacted by filling out the contact form there.

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