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Using this guideSynopsisChapter summaries and commentariesThemesCharactersForm, structure and languageContextsWorking with the textMeeting the Assessment ObjectivesTop ten quotationsTaking it further
About the Author(s):
Martin Old is currently Curriculum Manager at Hartlepool College of Further Education and has been teaching English Literature in schools, colleges and universities for the last 28 years. He has directed Shakespeare plays in the USA and has appeared on American radio and television in a number of roles.The series editor Nicola Onyett has extensive experience of teaching at GCSE, AS, A2 and university level. She is an editor of the Philip Allan magazine,The English Review.