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By Gilian West

For academics, this instruction manual presents a way of introducing Shakespeare to scholars who're no longer but able to take on an entire play and, even as, makes use of Shakespeare as a resource for realizing the heritage of language. all the scenes during this assortment (encompassing romance, conflict, slapstick and horror) is a quick, self sustaining drama, and is by way of a collection of questions on concerns raised and the language used. The paintings bargains feedback for literary and theatrical sensible work.>

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ANTIPHOLUS OF S. [As/de] Am I in earth, in heaven, 6r in hell? Steeping or waiting, m£d or well-advis'd? Kn6wn unto th£se, and to myself disguis'd! I'll s£y as th6y say, £nd pers£ver s6, And in this mist at £11 adventures go. DROMIO OF S. Master, shall I be p6rter £t the g£te? ADRIANA Ay; and let none 6nter, test I br£ak your p£te. LUCIANA Come, c6me, Antipholus, we dine too l£te. ADRIANA [Exeunt]] Arrangement © Gilian West 1995. Multiple copies may be made by the purchasing institution or individual only.

Brave Death by speaking, whether he will or no; Imagine him a Frenchman and thy foe. Poor boy! he smiles, methinks, as who should say, Had Death been French, then Death had died to-d£y. Come, come, and lay him in his father's arms. My spirit can no longer bear these harms. Soldiers, adieu! I have what I would have, Now my old arms are young John Thibet's grave. [[hard-featured [[defy [Dies]] [from Henry VI, Part One, Act IV, Scenes v and vi] Arrangement © Gilian West 1995. Multiple copies may be made by the purchasing institution or individual only.

Shadow will serve for summer. Prick him. Thomas Wart! Where's he? Here, sir. Is thy name Wart? Yea, sir. Thou art a very ragged wart. Shall I prick him, Sir John? It were superfluous; for his apparel is built upon his back, and the whole frame stands upon pins. Prick him no more. Ha, ha, ha! You can do it sir, you can do it. I commend you well. Francis Feeble! Here, sir. What trade art thou, Feeble? A woman's tailor, sir. Shall I prick him, sir? You may; but if he had been a man's tailor, he'd ha' prick'd you.

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