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Standard Deviants 1: Introduction to Shakespeare
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All the world's a stage! Shakespeare has been called the greatest writer of the English language, but who was Shakespeare? What kind of a world did he live in? Why is he so great? Get ready for an inside look at Shakespeare's life and times, his use of language, and the nitty-gritty of Elizabethan drama.
Topics covered: The life & times of Shakespeare, Shakespeare's use of language, Elizabethan drama, the importance of words, and real life vs. stage life.
Co-written by Robert J. Fehrenbach, Ph.D., of The College of William and Mary and Ann R. Meyer, Ph.D., of Claremont McKenna College , 2005.

DVD. Run Time: 26 minutes. Grade Level: 7+
ISBN: 1581989903

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