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That way madness lies : fifteen of William Shakespeare's most notable works reimagined / edited by Dahlia Adler.

Adler, Dahlia, (editor.). Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 (Added Author). Wibberley, Emily. Severe weather warning. (Added Author). Oshiro, Mark. Shipwrecked. (Added Author). Ancrum, Kayla. Taming of the soul mate. (Added Author). McLemore, Anna-Marie. King of the fairies. (Added Author). Anderson, Lily, 1988- We have seen better days. (Added Author). Capetta, Amy Rose. Some other metal. (Added Author). Adler, Dahlia. I bleed. (Added Author). Cavallaro, Brittany. His invention. (Added Author). White, Kiersten. Partying is such sweet sorrow. (Added Author). Smith, Lindsay, 1984- Dreaming of the dark. (Added Author). Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Adaptation of (work): Tempest. (Added Author). Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Adaptation of (work): Twelfth night. (Added Author). Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Adaptation of (work): Taming of the shrew. (Added Author). Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Adaptation of (work): Midsummer night's dream. (Added Author). Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Adaptation of (work): As you like it. (Added Author). Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Adaptation of (work): Much ado about nothing. (Added Author). Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Adaptation of (work): Merchant of Venice. (Added Author). Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Adaptation of (work): Sonnet 147. (Added Author). Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Adaptation of (work): Romeo and Juliet. (Added Author). Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Adaptation of (work): Julius Caesar. (Added Author).

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Introduction -- Comedies. "Severe weather warning" / by Emily Wibberley and Austin Siegemund-Broka, reimagining The tempest ; "Shipwrecked" / by Mark Oshiro, Twelfth night ; "Taming of the soul mate" / by K. Ancrum, The taming of the shrew ; "King of the fairies" / by Anna-Marie McLemore, A midsummer night's dream ; "We have seen better days" / by Lily Anderson, As you like it ; "Some other metal" / by A. R. Capetta and Cory McCarthy, Much ado about nothing ; "I bleed" / by Dahlia Adler, The merchant of Venice -- A sonnet. "His invention" / by Brittany Cavallaro, Sonnet 147 -- Tragedies. "Partying is such sweet sorrow" / by Kiersten White, Romeo and Juliet ; "Dreaming of the dark" / by Lindsay Smith, Julius Caesar ; "The tragedy of Cory Lanez: an oral history" / by Tochi Onyebuchi, Coriolanus ; "Out of the storm" / by Joy McCullough, King Lear ; "Elsinore" by Patrice Caldwell, Hamlet ; "We fail" / by Samantha Mabry, Macbeth -- Late romance. "Lost girl" / by Melissa Bashardoust, The winter's tale.
Severe weather warning / by Austin Siegemund-Broka and Emily Wibberley -- Shipwrecked / by Mark Oshiro -- King of the fairies / by Anna-Marie McLemore -- Taming of the soulmate / by K. Ancrum -- We have seen better days / by Lily Anderson -- Some other metal / by Amy Rose Capetta and Cory McCarthy -- I bleed / by Dahlia Adler -- His invention / by Brittany Cavallaro -- Partying is such sweet sorrow / by Kiersten White -- Dreaming of the dark / by Lindsay Smith -- The Tragedy of Cory Lanez / by Tochi Onyebuchi -- Elsinore / by Patrice Caldwell -- Out of the storm / by Joy McCullough -- We fail / by Samantha Mabry -- Lost girl / by Melissa Bashardoust.
Summary, etc.:
A collection of reimaginings of Shakespeare's plays and poetry by young adult authors.
These fifteen reimaginings of Shakespeare's classic works include a midsummer's dance in a gym. A cast party amongst the star. An ode to a fallen rap legend. The authors put a modern spin on the works, for contemporary audiences. -- adapted from jacket
Subject: Short stories, American.
Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 > Adaptations.
Short stories.
Genre: Young adult fiction.
Short stories, American.
Short stories.

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