Venice no Shounin: Manga de Dokuha - Recommendations

Alt title: The Merchant of Venice: Manga de Dokuha

Venice no Shounin: Manga de Dokuha

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Manga Shakespeare: Julius Caesar

Manga Shakespeare: Julius Caesar

In Shakespeare’s enduring tale of ancient Rome, Julius Caesar is at the height of his powers—but there are men plotting his destruction. Is Caesar a tyrant or a dynamic leader? Are his enemies greedy or noble? 

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Manga Classics: Othello

Manga Classics: Othello

A brilliant general in the service of Venice, Othello is also the new husband of the adoring - and young - Desdemona, whose innocent hero worship has blossomed into love. But can a beautiful girl, so much younger than her husband, truly be faithful? Othello's trusted ensign Iago seems to think not. Can Othello trust him?

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Macbeth: Manga de Dokuha

Macbeth: Manga de Dokuha

Based on the play Macbeth by William Shakespeare.

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Lear-ou: Manga de Dokuha

Lear-ou: Manga de Dokuha

Based on the play King Lear by William Shakespeare.

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Waga Na wa Nero

Waga Na wa Nero

With the (non-accidental) death of Claudius, the emperor of Rome, his emotionally and psychologically unstable adopted son Nero takes the throne. A historically based Roman adventure, full of political intrigue, murder, rebellion, incest, and all the things a boy wants!

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Tabibon Series

Tabibon Series

For a man named Bon Voyage, the self-proclaimed hikkikomori refuses to leave his house unless absolutely necessary - a fact that drives his editor, Suzu, insane. When Suzu finally forces him out of the house and into a 10-day sightseeing tour of Italy, Bon's whining is replaced by a strong wanderlust. From experiencing a terrifying first flight, to trying a surprising Neapolitan pasta in Naples, and getting swallowed up in the wave of tourists at St. Peter's Basilica, Bon comes out of the wayward adventure a changed man. Get ready, world, 'cause here comes Bon!

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Raffaello: Sono Ai

Raffaello: Sono Ai

Born at the end of the 15th century in Italy during the Renaissance, Raffaello is regarded as the greatest painter of his period. Starting from the city of Urbino, he lived in Florence, met with Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci, and worked for the papacy at Rome. Raffaello died at 37, yet he had a life of success, a life recounted in this manga.

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Plinius

Plinius

A portrait of the famous naturalist Plinius. From volcanic explosions and tidal waves to the ecology of plants and animals, the work reproduces the world of Natural History, the Plinius encyclopedia describing the universe. This is a definitive historical Roman romance depicting the world 2,000 years ago through astounding composition and realistic draftsmanship.

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Rome Futarigurashi

Rome Futarigurashi

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Cesare

Cesare

Bookish and naive, Angelo da Canossa is unprepared for life as a student in a university that hums with tension and intrigue in Renaissance Italy. Will his innocence remain intact when a chance encounter with the charismatic Cesare draws him ever deeper into the darker side of the Renaissance?

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