Heinemann, 2000 - 308 Seiten
Part of the Heinemann Advanced Shakespeare series, this version of King Lear aims to help A Level students understand the text and develop their own insights. It includes notes to bridge the gap between GCSE and A Level, space for students' own annotations, and activities and assignments.
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How to use this book
The text of Shakespeares plays
Imagery and metaphor
Issues and themes
Preparing for an examination
Writing an essay
A question of approach
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