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Collins Classroom Classics - The Merchant of Venice

Author: William Shakespeare, Edited by Peter Alexander, Introduction and notes by Chris Green
Format: Paperback
Publication Date: 20-02-2020
ISBN: 978-0-00-836363-5
Pages: 240

Regular price RRP £2.50 - Released in 77 days Sale Schools' Price: £1.50

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Description

Exam board: AQA, Edexcel, OCR, Eduqas
Level & Subject: GCSE 9-1 English Literature
First teaching: September 2015; First examination: June 2017

Exam Board: Cambridge Assessment International Education
Level & Subject: International AS & A Level Literature in English
First teaching: September 2019; First examination: June 2022/23

This edition of The Merchant of Venice is perfect for GCSE-level and A-level students, with the complete play in an accessible format, on-page notes, introduction setting the context, timeline, character and theme indexes.

• Affordable high quality complete play for The Merchant of Venice, ideal for GCSE 9-1 and Cambridge A Level
• Demystify vocabulary with notes on the page and concise commentary
• Set the scene with perfectly pitched introductions that introduce key contexts, concerns and stylistic features, and examine different performances and interpretations
• Recall plot summaries at the beginning of each scene
• Support GCSE and A level revision and essay writing with theme and character indexes
• Help students with social, historical and literary context with the bespoke timeline of Shakespeare’s life and times

Reviews
  • “The new Collins Classroom Classic editions are perfect for schools – clear text, bright covers, a good size for pockets and bags, and a great price that makes buying new class or cohort sets very attractive in these budget-conscious times.” de Stafford School