Much Ado About Nothing: York Notes for GCSE by Sarah Rowbotham
  

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Much Ado About Nothing: York Notes for GCSE by Sarah Rowbotham

Key features of this text: * How to study the text * Author and historical background * General and detailed summaries * Commentary on themes, structure, characters, language and style * Glossaries * Test questions and issues to consider * Essay writing advice * Cultural connections * Literary terms * Illustrations * Colour design

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Format

Paperback
80 pages

Author

Sarah Rowbotham
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Publication date

1st September 1999

ISBN

9780582381933


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