King Lear

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Editions of King Lear

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  • Hadfield, Andrew, ed. (2007). King Lear. The Barnes & Noble Shakespeare. New York, NY: Barnes & Noble. ISBN 9781411400795.
  • Hunter, G. K., ed. (1972). King Lear. The New Penguin Shakespeare. Penguin Books.
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  • Pierce, Joseph, ed. (2008). King Lear. Ignatius Critical Editions. San Francisco: Ignatius Press. ISBN 9781586171377.

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