Oxford University Press, 2002 - 169 páginas
The Oxford School Shakespeare is a well-established series that helps students to understand and enjoy Shakespeare's plays.
As well as the complete and unabridged text, each play in this series has an extensive range of students' notes. These include detailed and clear explanations of difficult words and passages, a synopsis of the plot, summaries of individual scenes, and notes on the main characters.
Also included is a wide range of questions and activities for work in class, together with the historical background to Shakespeare's England, a brief biography of Shakespeare, and a complete list of his plays.
For this new edition, the notes have been revised so as to make them clearer and more accessible. In addition, the entire text of the book has been redesigned and reset to make it easier to read. Photographs of recent stage production have been included and there is a new, attractive cover design.
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