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Much Ado About Nothing (Oxford School Shakespeare)


Much Ado About Nothing (Oxford School Shakespeare)

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    Available in PDF Format | Much Ado About Nothing (Oxford School Shakespeare).pdf | English
    William Shakespeare(Author) Roma Gill(Editor)
This series aims to help students understand and enjoy Shakespeare's plays. As well as the complete and unabridged text, each play 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.

Roma Gill has taught Shakespeare at all levels. She has acted in and directed Shakespeare's plays, and has lectured on Shakespeare all over the world

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  • By Harrie on 19 January 2017

    The Arden collection of Shakespeare books is invaluable, offering incredible criticism in the preface. An essential copy for anyone studying Shakespeare at A level or higher. It also includes examples of past performances of the play, which is incredible useful for adding context to papers. Cannot recommend enough.

  • By Neal on 15 May 2017

    Great bargain version of the classic text, ideal for students, people wanting to brush up on their Shakespeare etc!The play itself isn't one of his finest (in my opinion), but is an enjoyable read nonetheless, plenty of amusing parts - and Benedick and Beatrice's bickering is wonderful. Apparently it's Shakespeare's most performed comedy - who knew, eh?

  • By CoffeeandCake on 16 July 2014

    I've studied Much Ado About Nothing twice and seen a fair few productions of it, but still haven't quite made up my mind how I feel about it. It's an odd play for me. While it has darker elements in it I'd always seen it as a bit too light hearted. However I reread it recently and was then drawn into a conversation about its portrayal of women and found myself seeing it as more multifaceted than I had previously. I'm still confused about whether I like it or not.This edition was recommended to me by my teacher and it served me well.

  • By Kindle Customer on 7 September 2014

    I have watched Joss Weldon's black and white Much ado about Nothing so many times that I decided to read the full play.It was a rare treat, so to anyone else who is nervous about reading Shakespear don't worry just go with the flow, as it leads you through some amazing stories.

  • By steve g jefferies on 30 March 2017

    quick delivery,happy with purchase,thanks used book for exams

  • By Carters on 22 July 2016

    Purchased a second hand copy of this for our daughter who is a huge fan of this film. Very happy with it.

  • By XemilylimeX on 12 August 2017

    Can't go wrong with a classic like this really

  • By SH on 26 June 2017


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