THE ILLUSTRATED MACBETH

THE ILLUSTRATED MACBETH


2009, fictitious bookcover with pseudo-review

In 1988 the little-known Cambridge scholar Ebenezer Bryce made a bizarre attempt at illustrating Shakespeare's MACBETH. He failed miserably, which can clearly be seen by taking a glance at the drawing on the front cover of his book. Not only is it based on an atrociously cheap pun (the double meaning of "hail"), but it actually refers to a scene in MACBETH which was eventually removed by Shakespeare, possibly in June 1612... - © Bernd Wahlbrinck

Bernd Wahlbrinck