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William Shakespeare's Tragedy of the Sith's Revenge: Star Wars Part the Third[1] is non-canon book by Ian Doescher. The book was released on September 8, 2015. It is a retelling of Star Wars: Episode III Revenge of the Sith as if written by William Shakespeare.[1]

Publisher's summaryEdit

The curtain rises once again on that star-crossed galaxy far, faraway—this time, to chronicle a once-heroic knight's transformation into the darkest of villains. William Shakespeare’s Tragedy of the Sith's Revenge is the climactic conclusion to the fall of the house of Skywalker, a collaboration between William Shakespeare and George Lucas that's filled with masterful meter, stirring soliloquies, inside jokes, and intricate Elizabethan illustrations. You’ll fall in love with Star Wars—and Shakespeare—all over again. At the same time![1] (From Amazon.com)

TO THINE OWN SITH BE TRUE!

Lend us your ears and comlinks, good folk, as we share a tale of tragedy, hubris, and doomed romance. Within this Shakespearean retelling of Star Wars: Episode 3, galactic treachery abounds. A once-heroic knight is transformed into the darkest of villains. The Jedi suffer slings and arrows of outrageous fortune. The Republic falls, an Empire rises, and so begins the long wait for a New Hope.

SOMETHING IS ROTTEN IN THE STATE OF CORSUCANT! [sic]

Don’t miss this final chapter in the Star Wars prequel trilogy, presented Shakespeare-style with masterful meter, stirring soliloquies, and intricate Elizabethan illustrations. It's a perfect melding of classic literature and epic pop culture![3] (From Quirk Books)

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William Shakespeare's Star Wars
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The Royal Box Set
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