Modern Version Side-by-side With Full Original Text

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The Shakespeare Made Easy series aims to take the fear out of Shakespeare. By having Shakespearean and Modern English facing each other, pupils will find it easier to comprehend the text. Through discussion of the life, work and theatre of Shakespeare pupils can gain a more roundedunderstanding of these classic works.
Publisher: Cheltenham, England : Stanley Thornes, 1990.
Copyright Date: ©1984
ISBN: 9780748702565
Branch Call Number: 822.33 C16
Characteristics: 223 pages :,illustrations ;,20 cm.
Additional Contributors: Durband, Alan


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Jan 27, 2017

I'm mentoring a couple of students who have to read Macbeth as an assignment. The contemporary language on the right side of the book helps both me and the student(s) to understand what Shakespeare is trying to communicate to the reader.


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chikadestiny Jul 09, 2013

This is a a play in form of a tragedy in which the protagonist Macbeth creates a chain of murder while trusting the words of mischievous witches. It captures moments of doubt In the main character and includes characters that influence the plot of the story.
it basically illustrates how those who rule by the sword, die by it.

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