"Hag-Seed, the tempest retold" by Margaret Atwood
Hogarth Shakespeare, London - 2016 first UK edition first printing - 293p, 18cmx15cm - condition: about fine copy in first issue dust jacket in fine condition; signed by author on title page.
Hag-Seed is a novel by Canadian writer Margaret Atwood, published in October 2016. A modern retelling of William Shakespeare's The Tempest, the novel was commissioned by Random House as part of its Hogarth Shakespeare series.
The novel centres on theatre director Felix who loses his job with Makeshiweg Theatre, and is exiled from his position in society, following his betrayal by a trusted colleague. Having suffered in isolation, Felix is granted the position of teaching in a prison literacy program in the Fletcher County Correctional Institute. Thus begins his plot of revenge against those who wronged him
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- Auteur/ Illustrator
- Margaret Atwood
- Hag-Seed, the tempest retold (signed by author)
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- Eerste druk
- Oorspronkelijke taal
- Harde kaft
- Gesigneerd door auteur, Stofomslag
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- 18×15 cm