Shakespeare for Beginners

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Writers & Readers, 1997 - Study Aids - 222 pages
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A straightforward assessment of Shakespeare's plays and poems, designed to make the bard more accessible to readers. The book dispenses with heavy theorizing and hypothesis, and instead aids digestion of his work with "Thirty-Five Words That Will Make Shakespeare More Accessible"

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I got interested in the works of Shakespeare because of this book.Definitely recommended for someone who likes to know more about his works but doesn't have the time to read them. Read full review

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