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  1. Book Image1 Henry IV

    William Shakespeare, Gordon McMullan

    Third Edition

    The text, with few departures, is that of the First Quarto (1598) edition of the play.More

  2. Book ImageAmphitryon & Two Other Plays

    Titus Maccius Plautus, Lionel Casson

    Plautus wrote upwards of fifty plays, of which twenty have survived.More

  3. Book ImageAnton Chekhov's Selected Plays

    Anton Chekhov, Laurence Senelick

    Anton Chekhov revolutionized Russian theater through his inimitable portrayals of characters faced with complex moral dilemmas.More

  4. Book ImageAntony and Cleopatra

    William Shakespeare, Ania Loomba

    William Shakespeare’s great Roman tragedy of adultery amid political conflict is now available in a richly documented and illustrated Norton Critical Edition.More

  5. Book ImageAs You Like It

    William Shakespeare, Leah S. Marcus

    “All the world’s a stage.” Shakespeare’s beloved pastoral comedy is now available in a Norton Critical Edition.More

  6. Book ImageBabylon Heights

    Irvine Welsh, Dean Cavanagh

    If you put four dwarfs in a room with enough opium and alcohol, it's bound to end in tears.More

  7. Book ImageThe Bacchae of Euripides: A Communion Rite

    Wole Soyinka

    A wholly fresh interpretation of the timeless play by a Nobel Prize-winning author.More

  8. Book ImageBen Jonson's Plays and Masques

    Ben Jonson, Richard L. Harp

    Second Edition

    This collection features three of Jonson's masterpieces: Volpone, Epicoene, and The Alchemist.More

  9. Book ImageThe Blue Touch Paper: A Memoir

    David Hare

    “Extraordinary. . . . This is no butterfly-watching stroll through a life.” —Dwight Garner, New York TimesMore

  10. Book ImageThe Cherry Orchard

    Anton Chekhov, Laurence Senelick

    “Senelick’s accomplishment is astounding.”—Library JournalMore

  11. Book ImageThe Complete Plays

    Anton Chekhov, Laurence Senelick

    "The most complete collection of the Russian playwright's repertoire."—VogueMore

  12. Book ImageThe Complete Plays of Gilbert and Sullivan

    William Schwenck Gilbert, Arthur Seymour Sullivan

    From Trial by Jury to The Pirates of Penzance: the complete librettos of all fourteen Gilbert and Sullivan operas.More

  13. Book ImageThe Complete Works of Isaac Babel

    Isaac Babel, Nathalie Babel, Peter Constantine, Et Al.

    "A celebration of literary genius framed by 20th-century tragedy."--Richard Bernstein, New York TimesMore

  14. Book ImageThe Condemned of Altona: A Play in Five Acts

    Jean-Paul Sartre

    The Condemned of Altona is a reminder that moral problems are real, irreducible and vital even when they are insoluble. It is, therefore, an event of first-rate importance. It is the work of one who is both a moral philosopher and a dramatist, of a writer who can present philosophical questions in the flesh and bones of concrete human situations.” —Heinz Lubasz, The New LeaderMore

  15. Book ImageThe Dance of Death

    August Strindberg, Arvid Paulson, Daniel Seltzer

    The authoritative translation by Arvid Paulson reproduces the original’s variations of tone, now colloquial and almost comedic, now of tragic eloquence. An introduction by Daniel Seltzer discusses Strindberg’s dramatic methods, places the play in the context of his work, and assesses his influence on the playwrights of today. The translator’s performance notes summarize The Dance of Death’s stage history.More

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