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A Novel Approach to Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors
     

A Novel Approach to Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors

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by Catherine McGrew Jaime
 

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I have been a fan of Shakespeare for many, many years, and have been helping students enjoy reading his plays for over a decade. But sometimes, when a student or adult wants to enjoy Shakespeare without the benefit of a group to read the plays aloud with, it would be nice to have Shakespeare in the form of a novel. I have taken much of Shakespeare’s dialogue

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I have been a fan of Shakespeare for many, many years, and have been helping students enjoy reading his plays for over a decade. But sometimes, when a student or adult wants to enjoy Shakespeare without the benefit of a group to read the plays aloud with, it would be nice to have Shakespeare in the form of a novel. I have taken much of Shakespeare’s dialogue from Comedy of Errors and tried to add just enough scene and character identification to make the play make sense. I hope you enjoy this novel look at one of my favorite Shakespeare comedies!

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BN ID:
2940032882909
Publisher:
Catherine McGrew Jaime
Publication date:
11/22/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
441,500
File size:
163 KB

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A Novel Approach to Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"Am I in earth, in heaven or in hell? Sleeping or waking? Mad or well advised? Know unto these, and to myself disguised! I'll say as they say and persevere so. And in this mist at all adventures go" As someone to whom The Odyssey was introduced much in the same form(at), I think this short, novelization of A Comedy of Errors is not only fun, but as the author has claimed a great way of getting through all the Elizabethan language that often turns off a student who first encounters it. I'd forgotten just how much of a farce this play is and highly recommend it to a teacher fed up with standard Shakespere.