Shakespeare: Henry IV, Part I by Norman T. Carrington

Shakespeare: Henry IV, Part I

Written by Norman T. Carrington
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Part of the Brodie's Notes Series


Shakespeare: Henry IV, Part I by Norman T. Carrington

Brodie's Notes are invaluable study guides for English Literature GCSE and A-Level students, both for course work projects and at revision time. They provide useful insights into the literary works and increase understanding and enjoyment of the texts. Written by experienced teachers and examiners, Brodie's Notes provide imaginative responses to the text being studied, and help to stimulate independent critical appraisal.

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91 pages


Norman T. Carrington
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Palgrave Macmillan

Publication date

1st January 1991



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