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  • ISBN:
    0439357594
  • ISBN13:
    978-0439357593
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    Usbourne (2001)
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This book is about Shakespeare's many writings and how they have been performed, interpreted and adapted. A great book to learn the basics of Shakespeare. I enjoyed it for that, and is perfectly interactive for kids. I'd used it to teach about him any day.

This book is about Shakespeare's many writings and how they have been performed, interpreted and adapted. I randomly picked this book off of the shelf and didn't think I'd like it, but it was actually very interesting. I would recommend this book to anyone who has read Shakespeare before and would like to learn more about his time period.

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1. 8 Inches. Nice n to Shakespeare for ages 9-12, but enjoyable for adults, as well, covering the time period, what it was like to put on a play then, bits of information about each type of play he wrote, and at the back, a short plot synopsis for each. bibliosylph, August 22, 2006.

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This bright and amusing book contains advice, tricks and techniques to help children and adults remember the often-confusing rules of English grammar. With cheerful illustrations throughout, this book should encourage children to improve their English skills in a fun and lively way. It points out common mistakes and misspelt words in written English, showing how they can be avoided. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

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Over the grave itself are the lines, perhaps by Shakespeare, that (more than his literary fame) have kept his bones undisturbed in the crowded burial ground where old bones were often dislodged to make way for new: Good friend, for Jesus' sake forbear

Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd. Publication Date: 2001. Explore how Shakespeare's works have been performed, interpreted and adapted from his lifetime right up to the present day.

Publisher: Usborne Publishing Ltd. Book Condition: Good. Synopsis: Explore how Shakespeare's works have been performed, interpreted and adapted from his lifetime right up to the present day. Beautiful illustrations and photographs throughout. Visit Seller's Storefront. Excellent customer service. 30 day return policy.

Winner of the TES Information Book Award A fascinating introduction to Shakespeare's life, work and times. Readers can find out how Shakespeare lived, what tricks of the trade he used, and how his works have been performed, interpreted and adapted from his own lifetime up to the present day. Also includes useful glossaries of Shakespearean words and characters.