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Greatest Tragedies Of Shakespeare (Deluxe Hardbound Edition)

Shakespeare's tragedies, such as "Othello," "King Lear," and "Romeo and Juliet," captivate audiences by delving into deep human emotions and complexities. "Romeo and Juliet" remains iconic for its story of young love thwarted by feuding families, while "King Lear" explores the dynamics of familial relationships and the consequences of unchecked pride. These works, with themes of political intrigue, tragic love, and ambition, create a timeless legacy that transcends cultural boundaries, offering profound insights into the human condition and showcasing Shakespeare's unparalleled ability to probe the depths of human experience.

৳ 1,400

Wuthering Heights (Deluxe Hardbound Edition)

"Wuthering Heights," Emily Brontë's only novel, is a dark and intense tale of passion, revenge, and the destructive power of love. Published in 1847, the novel unfolds against the desolate Yorkshire moors, with the turbulent relationship between Heathcliff and Catherine Earnshaw at its core. Brontë weaves a complex narrative that spans generations, delving into themes of social class, morality, and the supernatural. Heathcliff, a brooding and vengeful protagonist, and Catherine, a spirited and unconventional heroine, engage in a tumultuous love affair that transcends death, leaving an indelible mark on the novel's gothic atmosphere. The novel's unconventional structure, with multiple narrators and a nonlinear timeline, adds to its mystique and contributes to its enduring status as a classic of English literature.

৳ 1,000

Hamlet

"Hamlet," one of William Shakespeare's most celebrated plays, is a profound and complex tragedy that explores themes of revenge, madness, mortality, and the moral ambiguity of human actions. Written in the early 17th century, the play follows Prince Hamlet of Denmark as he grapples with the sudden death of his father, King Hamlet, and the hasty marriage of his mother, Queen Gertrude, to his uncle Claudius, who becomes the new king. Hamlet's internal conflict is palpable as he navigates the moral dilemmas surrounding his father's ghost urging him to avenge his murder. The play is renowned for its rich characterizations, intricate language, and psychological depth, delving into the complexities of human nature and the consequences of unchecked ambition and betrayal.

৳ 300

The Merchant Of Venice

"The Merchant of Venice," penned by William Shakespeare in the late 16th century, is a complex and multifaceted play that intertwines themes of love, justice, and prejudice. At its core is the character of Shylock, a Jewish moneylender, who enters into a contract with the Christian merchant Antonio, the titular character. The play explores the consequences of this pact, delving into issues of religious and cultural differences, as well as the moral complexities of justice and mercy. Shakespeare's portrayal of Shylock, often seen as a tragic figure seeking retribution for the mistreatment he faces, has sparked debates about the play's stance on anti-Semitism and human empathy. "The Merchant of Venice" remains a timeless work, challenging audiences to confront questions of societal norms, empathy, and the pursuit of justice.

৳ 300
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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare
Original price was: ৳ 3,400.Current price is: ৳ 2,720.
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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare

"The Complete Works of William Shakespeare" stands as a boundless source of artistic and intellectual exploration, highlighting the enduring relevance of the bard’s creations. Shakespeare’s words have transcended centuries, shaping literature and theatre. The collection offers soliloquies that explore human consciousness and comedies that celebrate love's follies. His sonnets add lyrical depth, addressing themes of love, beauty, time, and mortality. For scholars, theater enthusiasts, or casual readers, delving into Shakespeare's complete works is an enriching and transformative experience.

Original price was: ৳ 3,400.Current price is: ৳ 2,720.

Spider Web

This book started out as an Agatha Christie play, and decades later was adapted to book form by Charles Osbourne. First things first, to get it off my chest, this book reads much like a play. Set in one main scene, in a single timeframe (a night), and heavily (and I mean heavily!) dialogue driven it feels like you are reading the play script.

৳ 700

Treasure Island

"Treasure Island" by Robert Louis Stevenson, first published as a book in 1883, is a timeless adventure novel that has captivated readers of all ages for generations. The story follows young Jim Hawkins, who embarks on a perilous journey in search of buried pirate treasure. The novel is renowned for its vivid characters, particularly the one-legged Long John Silver, and its exploration of themes such as greed, loyalty, and the allure of adventure on the high seas. Stevenson's masterful storytelling, filled with treasure maps, hidden dangers, and swashbuckling pirates, has solidified "Treasure Island" as a classic in the genre of adventure literature.

৳ 400

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

"A Midsummer Night's Dream" by William Shakespeare is a whimsical and enchanting comedy that has captivated audiences since its first performance in the late 16th century. Set in a magical woodland realm, the play interweaves the stories of four young lovers, a group of amateur actors, and mischievous fairies led by the puckish character, Puck. The play's intricate plot, filled with love potions, mistaken identities, and playful humor, showcases Shakespeare's mastery in blending fantasy and reality. Through its exploration of the unpredictability of love and the transformative power of dreams, "A Midsummer Night's Dream" remains a timeless celebration of the complexities and absurdities of human relationships.

৳ 250

Othello

"Othello," another masterpiece by William Shakespeare, is a tragedy that delves into the destructive forces of jealousy, manipulation, and racial prejudice. The play revolves around the Moorish general Othello, his wife Desdemona, and the ensign Iago. Othello, a noble and respected military leader, becomes a victim of Iago's malevolent schemes, leading him to doubt his wife's fidelity. Iago's cunning manipulation exploits Othello's insecurities, eventually driving him to commit a heinous act of murder. Shakespeare intricately weaves themes of love, betrayal, and racism, exploring the tragic consequences of unchecked jealousy and the corrosive nature of deceit. Othello's descent into madness and the tragic unraveling of his marriage to Desdemona offer a compelling and timeless portrayal of human frailty and the destructive power of unchecked emotions.

৳ 250
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Hamlet
Original price was: ৳ 310.Current price is: ৳ 247.
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Hamlet

"Hamlet" stands as one of William Shakespeare's most renowned tragedies, captivating readers with its intricate plot, complex characters, and timeless themes. Set in the Danish kingdom, the play follows Prince Hamlet as he grapples with grief, betrayal, and the weight of his own conscience. Fueled by the ghostly revelation of his father's murder, Hamlet embarks on a journey of revenge, navigating the intricate web of court politics and personal turmoil. With its iconic soliloquies, masterful language, and profound exploration of human nature, "Hamlet" continues to enthrall readers and audiences alike, offering a timeless meditation on love, death, and the human condition.

Original price was: ৳ 310.Current price is: ৳ 247.

Pygmalion

"Pygmalion," written by George Bernard Shaw and first premiered in 1913, is a classic play that explores themes of class, identity, and social mobility. The story revolves around Professor Henry Higgins, a phonetics expert, who takes on the challenge of transforming Eliza Doolittle, a Cockney flower girl, into a refined and articulate lady. The play delves into the complexities of language and societal expectations, raising questions about the malleability of identity and the impact of linguistic and social skills on one's position in society. "Pygmalion" remains celebrated for its wit, sharp social commentary, and the enduring appeal of its characters, particularly the indomitable Eliza, who challenges preconceived notions of class and gender.

৳ 400
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Greatest Comedies Of Shakespeare (Deluxe Hardbound Edition)
Original price was: ৳ 1,600.Current price is: ৳ 1,400.
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Greatest Comedies Of Shakespeare (Deluxe Hardbound Edition)

The greatest comedies of William Shakespeare form a delightful collection of plays that showcase the Bard's wit, clever wordplay, and keen understanding of human folly. At the forefront is "A Midsummer Night's Dream," a whimsical and enchanting exploration of love, mistaken identity, and the interplay of reality and fantasy. The magical realm of the fairies, the comical misadventures of the amateur actors, and the romantic entanglements of the mortal characters converge in a harmonious blend of humor and poetic beauty. Similarly, "Twelfth Night" is a comedic masterpiece that navigates themes of love, disguise, and societal conventions. The play's clever use of mistaken identities, along with memorable characters like Viola and Malvolio, contribute to its enduring popularity as a lighthearted yet insightful exploration of human relationships.

Original price was: ৳ 1,600.Current price is: ৳ 1,400.

The Importance Of Being Earnest

Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" is a satirical masterpiece that stands as one of the wittiest and most enduring comedies in English literature. First performed in 1895, the play is a sharp critique of the social conventions and hypocrisy prevalent in Victorian society. Wilde employs a clever and humorous exploration of mistaken identities, absurd situations, and trivial concerns to expose the artificiality and superficiality of the upper echelons of society. The characters' preoccupation with maintaining the illusion of earnestness while engaging in farcical situations creates a delightful comedic tension that satirizes the rigid expectations of the time.

৳ 250

The Comedy Of Errors

"The Comedy of Errors" is one of William Shakespeare's early plays, believed to have been written in the early 1590s. This lively and farcical comedy revolves around the theme of mistaken identity, featuring two sets of identical twins who are separated in infancy. As fate reunites them in the bustling city of Ephesus, a series of misunderstandings and comedic situations ensue, creating a chaotic yet highly entertaining narrative. Shakespeare skillfully employs elements of slapstick humor, wordplay, and clever plotting to orchestrate the confusion, leading to a resolution that celebrates reunion, love, and forgiveness. The play's enduring popularity rests on its delightful blend of humor and warmth, showcasing Shakespeare's early mastery of comedic elements.

৳ 250

A Streetcar Named Desire

"A Streetcar Named Desire" by Tennessee Williams is a powerful and iconic play that premiered in 1947 and has since become a cornerstone of American theater. The story revolves around the complex character of Blanche DuBois, a fading Southern belle with a troubled past, who seeks refuge with her sister Stella and brother-in-law Stanley in New Orleans. As the narrative unfolds, the play delves into themes of desire, mental instability, and the clash of social classes. Blanche's tragic descent into madness and Stanley's aggressive assertiveness create a gripping tension that explores the fragility of the human psyche and the harsh realities of post-war America. Williams's poetic language and rich characterizations contribute to the play's enduring significance in literature and drama.

৳ 400

Julius Caesar

"Julius Caesar" is one of William Shakespeare's iconic tragedies, believed to have been written in 1599. Set against the backdrop of ancient Rome, the play explores themes of political power, betrayal, and the consequences of ambition. The narrative follows the political rise and fall of Julius Caesar, a powerful Roman leader, and the conspirators who plot his assassination in fear of his growing authority. The play unfolds the aftermath of Caesar's death, marked by political turmoil, civil unrest, and the tragic fate of key characters like Brutus and Cassius. Shakespeare's masterful use of language, intricate characterization, and exploration of the moral complexities surrounding political power contribute to the enduring relevance and fascination with "Julius Caesar."

৳ 250

The Pot Of Gold

"The Pot of Gold" is a classic comedic play by the ancient Roman playwright Plautus, known for his enduring contributions to the world of theatre. Belonging to the genre of Roman New Comedy, the play unfolds with a series of misunderstandings and humorous situations surrounding the character of Euclio, who discovers a pot of gold. Euclio's attempts to protect and enjoy his newfound wealth lead to a cascade of comedic events, involving love interests, clever slaves, and mistaken identities. Plautus employs witty dialogue, clever wordplay, and farcical elements to create a lively and entertaining theatrical experience that has resonated with audiences for centuries.

৳ 550

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Wuthering Heights (Deluxe

"Wuthering Heights," Emily Brontë's only novel, is a dark and intense tale of passion, revenge, and the destructive power of love. Published in 1847, the novel unfolds against the desolate Yorkshire moors, with the turbulent relationship between Heathcliff and Catherine Earnshaw at its core. Brontë weaves a complex narrative that spans generations, delving into themes of social class, morality, and the supernatural. Heathcliff, a brooding and vengeful protagonist, and Catherine, a spirited and unconventional heroine, engage in a tumultuous love affair that transcends death, leaving an indelible mark on the novel's gothic atmosphere. The novel's unconventional structure, with multiple narrators and a nonlinear timeline, adds to its mystique and contributes to its enduring status as a classic of English literature.

৳ 1,000

Treasure Island

"Treasure Island" by Robert Louis Stevenson, first published as a book in 1883, is a timeless adventure novel that has captivated readers of all ages for generations. The story follows young Jim Hawkins, who embarks on a perilous journey in search of buried pirate treasure. The novel is renowned for its vivid characters, particularly the one-legged Long John Silver, and its exploration of themes such as greed, loyalty, and the allure of adventure on the high seas. Stevenson's masterful storytelling, filled with treasure maps, hidden dangers, and swashbuckling pirates, has solidified "Treasure Island" as a classic in the genre of adventure literature.

৳ 400

The Pot Of

"The Pot of Gold" is a classic comedic play by the ancient Roman playwright Plautus, known for his enduring contributions to the world of theatre. Belonging to the genre of Roman New Comedy, the play unfolds with a series of misunderstandings and humorous situations surrounding the character of Euclio, who discovers a pot of gold. Euclio's attempts to protect and enjoy his newfound wealth lead to a cascade of comedic events, involving love interests, clever slaves, and mistaken identities. Plautus employs witty dialogue, clever wordplay, and farcical elements to create a lively and entertaining theatrical experience that has resonated with audiences for centuries.

৳ 550

The Merchant Of

"The Merchant of Venice," penned by William Shakespeare in the late 16th century, is a complex and multifaceted play that intertwines themes of love, justice, and prejudice. At its core is the character of Shylock, a Jewish moneylender, who enters into a contract with the Christian merchant Antonio, the titular character. The play explores the consequences of this pact, delving into issues of religious and cultural differences, as well as the moral complexities of justice and mercy. Shakespeare's portrayal of Shylock, often seen as a tragic figure seeking retribution for the mistreatment he faces, has sparked debates about the play's stance on anti-Semitism and human empathy. "The Merchant of Venice" remains a timeless work, challenging audiences to confront questions of societal norms, empathy, and the pursuit of justice.

৳ 300

The Importance Of

Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" is a satirical masterpiece that stands as one of the wittiest and most enduring comedies in English literature. First performed in 1895, the play is a sharp critique of the social conventions and hypocrisy prevalent in Victorian society. Wilde employs a clever and humorous exploration of mistaken identities, absurd situations, and trivial concerns to expose the artificiality and superficiality of the upper echelons of society. The characters' preoccupation with maintaining the illusion of earnestness while engaging in farcical situations creates a delightful comedic tension that satirizes the rigid expectations of the time.

৳ 250
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The Complete Works

Original price was: ৳ 3,400.Current price is: ৳ 2,720.
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The Complete Works

"The Complete Works of William Shakespeare" stands as a boundless source of artistic and intellectual exploration, highlighting the enduring relevance of the bard’s creations. Shakespeare’s words have transcended centuries, shaping literature and theatre. The collection offers soliloquies that explore human consciousness and comedies that celebrate love's follies. His sonnets add lyrical depth, addressing themes of love, beauty, time, and mortality. For scholars, theater enthusiasts, or casual readers, delving into Shakespeare's complete works is an enriching and transformative experience.

Original price was: ৳ 3,400.Current price is: ৳ 2,720.

The Comedy Of

"The Comedy of Errors" is one of William Shakespeare's early plays, believed to have been written in the early 1590s. This lively and farcical comedy revolves around the theme of mistaken identity, featuring two sets of identical twins who are separated in infancy. As fate reunites them in the bustling city of Ephesus, a series of misunderstandings and comedic situations ensue, creating a chaotic yet highly entertaining narrative. Shakespeare skillfully employs elements of slapstick humor, wordplay, and clever plotting to orchestrate the confusion, leading to a resolution that celebrates reunion, love, and forgiveness. The play's enduring popularity rests on its delightful blend of humor and warmth, showcasing Shakespeare's early mastery of comedic elements.

৳ 250

Spider Web

This book started out as an Agatha Christie play, and decades later was adapted to book form by Charles Osbourne. First things first, to get it off my chest, this book reads much like a play. Set in one main scene, in a single timeframe (a night), and heavily (and I mean heavily!) dialogue driven it feels like you are reading the play script.

৳ 700

Pygmalion

"Pygmalion," written by George Bernard Shaw and first premiered in 1913, is a classic play that explores themes of class, identity, and social mobility. The story revolves around Professor Henry Higgins, a phonetics expert, who takes on the challenge of transforming Eliza Doolittle, a Cockney flower girl, into a refined and articulate lady. The play delves into the complexities of language and societal expectations, raising questions about the malleability of identity and the impact of linguistic and social skills on one's position in society. "Pygmalion" remains celebrated for its wit, sharp social commentary, and the enduring appeal of its characters, particularly the indomitable Eliza, who challenges preconceived notions of class and gender.

৳ 400

Othello

"Othello," another masterpiece by William Shakespeare, is a tragedy that delves into the destructive forces of jealousy, manipulation, and racial prejudice. The play revolves around the Moorish general Othello, his wife Desdemona, and the ensign Iago. Othello, a noble and respected military leader, becomes a victim of Iago's malevolent schemes, leading him to doubt his wife's fidelity. Iago's cunning manipulation exploits Othello's insecurities, eventually driving him to commit a heinous act of murder. Shakespeare intricately weaves themes of love, betrayal, and racism, exploring the tragic consequences of unchecked jealousy and the corrosive nature of deceit. Othello's descent into madness and the tragic unraveling of his marriage to Desdemona offer a compelling and timeless portrayal of human frailty and the destructive power of unchecked emotions.

৳ 250

Julius Caesar

"Julius Caesar" is one of William Shakespeare's iconic tragedies, believed to have been written in 1599. Set against the backdrop of ancient Rome, the play explores themes of political power, betrayal, and the consequences of ambition. The narrative follows the political rise and fall of Julius Caesar, a powerful Roman leader, and the conspirators who plot his assassination in fear of his growing authority. The play unfolds the aftermath of Caesar's death, marked by political turmoil, civil unrest, and the tragic fate of key characters like Brutus and Cassius. Shakespeare's masterful use of language, intricate characterization, and exploration of the moral complexities surrounding political power contribute to the enduring relevance and fascination with "Julius Caesar."

৳ 250

Hamlet

"Hamlet," one of William Shakespeare's most celebrated plays, is a profound and complex tragedy that explores themes of revenge, madness, mortality, and the moral ambiguity of human actions. Written in the early 17th century, the play follows Prince Hamlet of Denmark as he grapples with the sudden death of his father, King Hamlet, and the hasty marriage of his mother, Queen Gertrude, to his uncle Claudius, who becomes the new king. Hamlet's internal conflict is palpable as he navigates the moral dilemmas surrounding his father's ghost urging him to avenge his murder. The play is renowned for its rich characterizations, intricate language, and psychological depth, delving into the complexities of human nature and the consequences of unchecked ambition and betrayal.

৳ 300
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Hamlet

Original price was: ৳ 310.Current price is: ৳ 247.
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Hamlet

"Hamlet" stands as one of William Shakespeare's most renowned tragedies, captivating readers with its intricate plot, complex characters, and timeless themes. Set in the Danish kingdom, the play follows Prince Hamlet as he grapples with grief, betrayal, and the weight of his own conscience. Fueled by the ghostly revelation of his father's murder, Hamlet embarks on a journey of revenge, navigating the intricate web of court politics and personal turmoil. With its iconic soliloquies, masterful language, and profound exploration of human nature, "Hamlet" continues to enthrall readers and audiences alike, offering a timeless meditation on love, death, and the human condition.

Original price was: ৳ 310.Current price is: ৳ 247.

Greatest Tragedies Of

Shakespeare's tragedies, such as "Othello," "King Lear," and "Romeo and Juliet," captivate audiences by delving into deep human emotions and complexities. "Romeo and Juliet" remains iconic for its story of young love thwarted by feuding families, while "King Lear" explores the dynamics of familial relationships and the consequences of unchecked pride. These works, with themes of political intrigue, tragic love, and ambition, create a timeless legacy that transcends cultural boundaries, offering profound insights into the human condition and showcasing Shakespeare's unparalleled ability to probe the depths of human experience.

৳ 1,400
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Greatest Comedies Of

Original price was: ৳ 1,600.Current price is: ৳ 1,400.
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Greatest Comedies Of

The greatest comedies of William Shakespeare form a delightful collection of plays that showcase the Bard's wit, clever wordplay, and keen understanding of human folly. At the forefront is "A Midsummer Night's Dream," a whimsical and enchanting exploration of love, mistaken identity, and the interplay of reality and fantasy. The magical realm of the fairies, the comical misadventures of the amateur actors, and the romantic entanglements of the mortal characters converge in a harmonious blend of humor and poetic beauty. Similarly, "Twelfth Night" is a comedic masterpiece that navigates themes of love, disguise, and societal conventions. The play's clever use of mistaken identities, along with memorable characters like Viola and Malvolio, contribute to its enduring popularity as a lighthearted yet insightful exploration of human relationships.

Original price was: ৳ 1,600.Current price is: ৳ 1,400.

A Streetcar Named

"A Streetcar Named Desire" by Tennessee Williams is a powerful and iconic play that premiered in 1947 and has since become a cornerstone of American theater. The story revolves around the complex character of Blanche DuBois, a fading Southern belle with a troubled past, who seeks refuge with her sister Stella and brother-in-law Stanley in New Orleans. As the narrative unfolds, the play delves into themes of desire, mental instability, and the clash of social classes. Blanche's tragic descent into madness and Stanley's aggressive assertiveness create a gripping tension that explores the fragility of the human psyche and the harsh realities of post-war America. Williams's poetic language and rich characterizations contribute to the play's enduring significance in literature and drama.

৳ 400

A Midsummer Night’s

"A Midsummer Night's Dream" by William Shakespeare is a whimsical and enchanting comedy that has captivated audiences since its first performance in the late 16th century. Set in a magical woodland realm, the play interweaves the stories of four young lovers, a group of amateur actors, and mischievous fairies led by the puckish character, Puck. The play's intricate plot, filled with love potions, mistaken identities, and playful humor, showcases Shakespeare's mastery in blending fantasy and reality. Through its exploration of the unpredictability of love and the transformative power of dreams, "A Midsummer Night's Dream" remains a timeless celebration of the complexities and absurdities of human relationships.

৳ 250
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Greatest Comedies Of Shakespeare (Deluxe Hardbound Edition)
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Greatest Comedies Of Shakespeare (Deluxe Hardbound Edition)

The greatest comedies of William Shakespeare form a delightful collection of plays that showcase the Bard's wit, clever wordplay, and keen understanding of human folly. At the forefront is "A Midsummer Night's Dream," a whimsical and enchanting exploration of love, mistaken identity, and the interplay of reality and fantasy. The magical realm of the fairies, the comical misadventures of the amateur actors, and the romantic entanglements of the mortal characters converge in a harmonious blend of humor and poetic beauty. Similarly, "Twelfth Night" is a comedic masterpiece that navigates themes of love, disguise, and societal conventions. The play's clever use of mistaken identities, along with memorable characters like Viola and Malvolio, contribute to its enduring popularity as a lighthearted yet insightful exploration of human relationships.

Original price was: ৳ 1,600.Current price is: ৳ 1,400.
Wuthering Heights (Deluxe Hardbound Edition)

"Wuthering Heights," Emily Brontë's only novel, is a dark and intense tale of passion, revenge, and the destructive power of love. Published in 1847, the novel unfolds against the desolate Yorkshire moors, with the turbulent relationship between Heathcliff and Catherine Earnshaw at its core. Brontë weaves a complex narrative that spans generations, delving into themes of social class, morality, and the supernatural. Heathcliff, a brooding and vengeful protagonist, and Catherine, a spirited and unconventional heroine, engage in a tumultuous love affair that transcends death, leaving an indelible mark on the novel's gothic atmosphere. The novel's unconventional structure, with multiple narrators and a nonlinear timeline, adds to its mystique and contributes to its enduring status as a classic of English literature.

৳ 1,000
The Importance Of Being Earnest

Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" is a satirical masterpiece that stands as one of the wittiest and most enduring comedies in English literature. First performed in 1895, the play is a sharp critique of the social conventions and hypocrisy prevalent in Victorian society. Wilde employs a clever and humorous exploration of mistaken identities, absurd situations, and trivial concerns to expose the artificiality and superficiality of the upper echelons of society. The characters' preoccupation with maintaining the illusion of earnestness while engaging in farcical situations creates a delightful comedic tension that satirizes the rigid expectations of the time.

৳ 250
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Hamlet
Original price was: ৳ 310.Current price is: ৳ 247.
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Hamlet

"Hamlet" stands as one of William Shakespeare's most renowned tragedies, captivating readers with its intricate plot, complex characters, and timeless themes. Set in the Danish kingdom, the play follows Prince Hamlet as he grapples with grief, betrayal, and the weight of his own conscience. Fueled by the ghostly revelation of his father's murder, Hamlet embarks on a journey of revenge, navigating the intricate web of court politics and personal turmoil. With its iconic soliloquies, masterful language, and profound exploration of human nature, "Hamlet" continues to enthrall readers and audiences alike, offering a timeless meditation on love, death, and the human condition.

Original price was: ৳ 310.Current price is: ৳ 247.
Othello

"Othello," another masterpiece by William Shakespeare, is a tragedy that delves into the destructive forces of jealousy, manipulation, and racial prejudice. The play revolves around the Moorish general Othello, his wife Desdemona, and the ensign Iago. Othello, a noble and respected military leader, becomes a victim of Iago's malevolent schemes, leading him to doubt his wife's fidelity. Iago's cunning manipulation exploits Othello's insecurities, eventually driving him to commit a heinous act of murder. Shakespeare intricately weaves themes of love, betrayal, and racism, exploring the tragic consequences of unchecked jealousy and the corrosive nature of deceit. Othello's descent into madness and the tragic unraveling of his marriage to Desdemona offer a compelling and timeless portrayal of human frailty and the destructive power of unchecked emotions.

৳ 250
The Comedy Of Errors

"The Comedy of Errors" is one of William Shakespeare's early plays, believed to have been written in the early 1590s. This lively and farcical comedy revolves around the theme of mistaken identity, featuring two sets of identical twins who are separated in infancy. As fate reunites them in the bustling city of Ephesus, a series of misunderstandings and comedic situations ensue, creating a chaotic yet highly entertaining narrative. Shakespeare skillfully employs elements of slapstick humor, wordplay, and clever plotting to orchestrate the confusion, leading to a resolution that celebrates reunion, love, and forgiveness. The play's enduring popularity rests on its delightful blend of humor and warmth, showcasing Shakespeare's early mastery of comedic elements.

৳ 250
Treasure Island

"Treasure Island" by Robert Louis Stevenson, first published as a book in 1883, is a timeless adventure novel that has captivated readers of all ages for generations. The story follows young Jim Hawkins, who embarks on a perilous journey in search of buried pirate treasure. The novel is renowned for its vivid characters, particularly the one-legged Long John Silver, and its exploration of themes such as greed, loyalty, and the allure of adventure on the high seas. Stevenson's masterful storytelling, filled with treasure maps, hidden dangers, and swashbuckling pirates, has solidified "Treasure Island" as a classic in the genre of adventure literature.

৳ 400
The Pot Of Gold

"The Pot of Gold" is a classic comedic play by the ancient Roman playwright Plautus, known for his enduring contributions to the world of theatre. Belonging to the genre of Roman New Comedy, the play unfolds with a series of misunderstandings and humorous situations surrounding the character of Euclio, who discovers a pot of gold. Euclio's attempts to protect and enjoy his newfound wealth lead to a cascade of comedic events, involving love interests, clever slaves, and mistaken identities. Plautus employs witty dialogue, clever wordplay, and farcical elements to create a lively and entertaining theatrical experience that has resonated with audiences for centuries.

৳ 550
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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare
Original price was: ৳ 3,400.Current price is: ৳ 2,720.
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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare

"The Complete Works of William Shakespeare" stands as a boundless source of artistic and intellectual exploration, highlighting the enduring relevance of the bard’s creations. Shakespeare’s words have transcended centuries, shaping literature and theatre. The collection offers soliloquies that explore human consciousness and comedies that celebrate love's follies. His sonnets add lyrical depth, addressing themes of love, beauty, time, and mortality. For scholars, theater enthusiasts, or casual readers, delving into Shakespeare's complete works is an enriching and transformative experience.

Original price was: ৳ 3,400.Current price is: ৳ 2,720.
Greatest Tragedies Of Shakespeare (Deluxe Hardbound Edition)

Shakespeare's tragedies, such as "Othello," "King Lear," and "Romeo and Juliet," captivate audiences by delving into deep human emotions and complexities. "Romeo and Juliet" remains iconic for its story of young love thwarted by feuding families, while "King Lear" explores the dynamics of familial relationships and the consequences of unchecked pride. These works, with themes of political intrigue, tragic love, and ambition, create a timeless legacy that transcends cultural boundaries, offering profound insights into the human condition and showcasing Shakespeare's unparalleled ability to probe the depths of human experience.

৳ 1,400
Hamlet

"Hamlet," one of William Shakespeare's most celebrated plays, is a profound and complex tragedy that explores themes of revenge, madness, mortality, and the moral ambiguity of human actions. Written in the early 17th century, the play follows Prince Hamlet of Denmark as he grapples with the sudden death of his father, King Hamlet, and the hasty marriage of his mother, Queen Gertrude, to his uncle Claudius, who becomes the new king. Hamlet's internal conflict is palpable as he navigates the moral dilemmas surrounding his father's ghost urging him to avenge his murder. The play is renowned for its rich characterizations, intricate language, and psychological depth, delving into the complexities of human nature and the consequences of unchecked ambition and betrayal.

৳ 300
Spider Web

This book started out as an Agatha Christie play, and decades later was adapted to book form by Charles Osbourne. First things first, to get it off my chest, this book reads much like a play. Set in one main scene, in a single timeframe (a night), and heavily (and I mean heavily!) dialogue driven it feels like you are reading the play script.

৳ 700
Pygmalion

"Pygmalion," written by George Bernard Shaw and first premiered in 1913, is a classic play that explores themes of class, identity, and social mobility. The story revolves around Professor Henry Higgins, a phonetics expert, who takes on the challenge of transforming Eliza Doolittle, a Cockney flower girl, into a refined and articulate lady. The play delves into the complexities of language and societal expectations, raising questions about the malleability of identity and the impact of linguistic and social skills on one's position in society. "Pygmalion" remains celebrated for its wit, sharp social commentary, and the enduring appeal of its characters, particularly the indomitable Eliza, who challenges preconceived notions of class and gender.

৳ 400
A Streetcar Named Desire

"A Streetcar Named Desire" by Tennessee Williams is a powerful and iconic play that premiered in 1947 and has since become a cornerstone of American theater. The story revolves around the complex character of Blanche DuBois, a fading Southern belle with a troubled past, who seeks refuge with her sister Stella and brother-in-law Stanley in New Orleans. As the narrative unfolds, the play delves into themes of desire, mental instability, and the clash of social classes. Blanche's tragic descent into madness and Stanley's aggressive assertiveness create a gripping tension that explores the fragility of the human psyche and the harsh realities of post-war America. Williams's poetic language and rich characterizations contribute to the play's enduring significance in literature and drama.

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Julius Caesar

"Julius Caesar" is one of William Shakespeare's iconic tragedies, believed to have been written in 1599. Set against the backdrop of ancient Rome, the play explores themes of political power, betrayal, and the consequences of ambition. The narrative follows the political rise and fall of Julius Caesar, a powerful Roman leader, and the conspirators who plot his assassination in fear of his growing authority. The play unfolds the aftermath of Caesar's death, marked by political turmoil, civil unrest, and the tragic fate of key characters like Brutus and Cassius. Shakespeare's masterful use of language, intricate characterization, and exploration of the moral complexities surrounding political power contribute to the enduring relevance and fascination with "Julius Caesar."

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream

"A Midsummer Night's Dream" by William Shakespeare is a whimsical and enchanting comedy that has captivated audiences since its first performance in the late 16th century. Set in a magical woodland realm, the play interweaves the stories of four young lovers, a group of amateur actors, and mischievous fairies led by the puckish character, Puck. The play's intricate plot, filled with love potions, mistaken identities, and playful humor, showcases Shakespeare's mastery in blending fantasy and reality. Through its exploration of the unpredictability of love and the transformative power of dreams, "A Midsummer Night's Dream" remains a timeless celebration of the complexities and absurdities of human relationships.

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The Merchant Of Venice

"The Merchant of Venice," penned by William Shakespeare in the late 16th century, is a complex and multifaceted play that intertwines themes of love, justice, and prejudice. At its core is the character of Shylock, a Jewish moneylender, who enters into a contract with the Christian merchant Antonio, the titular character. The play explores the consequences of this pact, delving into issues of religious and cultural differences, as well as the moral complexities of justice and mercy. Shakespeare's portrayal of Shylock, often seen as a tragic figure seeking retribution for the mistreatment he faces, has sparked debates about the play's stance on anti-Semitism and human empathy. "The Merchant of Venice" remains a timeless work, challenging audiences to confront questions of societal norms, empathy, and the pursuit of justice.

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