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Shakespeare

From deep, dark tragedies to witty comedies underpinned with romantic inclinations, our Cambridge School Shakespeare resources encourage students to enter the world of Shakespeare in a whole new way. As well as the chance to read and enjoy Shakespeare's heralded works, our Shakespeare teaching resources allow students to go behind the scenes through language. They can discover more about life in Roman times in Julius Caesar, the type of language used in the times King Richard III was set, and even gain insight into fashion trends from Much Ado About Nothing.

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    • Cambridge School Shakespeare

      An improved, larger-format edition of the Cambridge School Shakespeare plays, extensively rewritten, expanded and produced in an attractive new design.
       
      Publication date: January 2014
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  • Our Shakespeare books are designed to help students fall in love with his works. We know that getting to grips with the language used throughout can be tricky, which is why all texts include page-by-page glossaries. Students can delve into these Shakespearean dictionaries and soon learn exactly what is meant by an “operation of the orbs”, “prithee”, and “sooth”.

    Cambridge School Shakespeare resources include sections where they look back at past events, adding further notes and context to each of the plays. Shakespeare teaching resources are a great way for your students to find out more about how the English language has developed since they were written, and how the art of storytelling has evolved over centuries.

    Find out more about our Shakespeare books by browsing online today. Get in touch with your sales consultant for help choosing which books are right for your students. 

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