nom* wrote:i don't think its essential to know all of Shakespeare's plays before reading this book, in fact one of the things i like the most about the discworld books is how you can be reading something for the 5th time and realise something new. or have great long discussions about them like this
It's a good question, but I don't know of anyone who has ever read both copies and compared the two. I was once listening to an audio copy of Thud! (the US release) while reading the UK book. There were differences, but not really that many.Talven wrote:Hello everyone, I want to buy the English version of "Wyrd Sisters" for a friend and I'm trying to find out more about the differences between the different editions now. Is the US edition from Harper different from the UK versions (spelling changes and so on)? Are there any differences between the different Corgi editions? I'd like to give her a recent edition with British spelling. It would be cool if someone could help me.
raisindot wrote:The one exception (at least for me) is the cover art for the US version of Raising Steam, which although it's based on Kidby's cover art for the UK edition (which itself is essentially the same concept as Kidby's cover for Snuff) is a much better execution.
Talven wrote:During my research I stumbled across an online preview of the American edition and I found out that they actually changed words like "colour" to "color".
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