Andrew Worrall, John Seely
Heinemann, 2000 - Great Britain - 247 pages
"Heinemann Advanced Shakespeare" is focused on preparing students for their A-Level courses. Including notes, end-of-act activities and tips from an A-Level Chief Examiner the text aims to help students to develop their own responses while fully preparing them for the demands of their courses.
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