By William Shakespeare
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Edición bilingüe. Versión de Agustín García Calvo
La tragedia de Macbeth, un violento y sanguinario mapa de los angeles ambición humana, empieza en el preciso instante en que las hermanas fatídicas le revelan el esplendoroso futuro que le aguarda. Sus palabras parecen un canto de sirena surgido de las profundidades del infierno, una seducción que cualquier hombre sensato desoiría. Pero cuando se cumple los angeles primera predicción y el rey Duncan le nombra barón de Cáudor para recompensar su inteligencia y destreza en el campo de batalla, las dudas, los angeles codicia y l. a. obsesión se apoderan de Macbeth y de su ávida esposa.
Frente al magnífico texto unique presentamos los angeles versión rítmica de Agustín García Calvo, uno de los humanistas más destacados del landscape español. Asimismo, viene acompañada de una introducción de Carol Chillington Rutter, catedrática de literatura inglesa de l. a. Universidad de Warwick.
«¡Salud a ti, Macbeth! ¡Salud, barón de Glamis!
¡Salud a ti, Macbeth! ¡Salud, barón de Cáudor!
¡Salud a ti, Macbeth! Serás un día rey.»
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