Shakespeare's Sonnets

Modern editions

Like all Shakespeare's works, The Sonnets have been reprinted in many editions.

  • Martin Seymour-Smith (1963) Shakespeare's Sonnets (Oxford, Heinemann Educational)
  • Oscar James Campbell (1964) The Sonnets, Songs and Poems of Shakespeare (Bantam Books)
  • A.L. Rowse (1973) Shakespeare's Sonnets - the Problems Solved: A Modern Edition with Prose Versions, Introduction and Notes (Macmillan)
  • Stephen Booth (1977) Shakespeare's Sonnets (Yale)
  • W G Ingram and Theodore Redpath (1978) Shakespeare's Sonnets, 2nd Edition
  • John Kerrigan (1986) The Sonnets and a Lover's Complaint (Penguin)
  • G. Blakemore Evans (1996) The Sonnets (Cambridge UP)
  • Katherine Duncan-Jones (1997, revised 2013) Shakespeare's Sonnets (Arden Edition, Third Series)
  • Helen Vendler (1997) The Art of Shakespeare's Sonnets, Harvard University Press
  • Colin Burrow (2002) The Complete Sonnets and Poems (Oxford, Oxford University Press)

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