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Classical Comics Study Guide: Henry V: Making Shakespeare Accessible for Teachers and Students

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Was Henry V a good leader? What were the real intentions of the Archbishop of Canterbury? What happened at the Battle of Agincourt? Students address these and many other questions in this teaching guide to one of Shakespeare's richest historical plays. They gain critical thinking skills by engaging in the many exercises and activities here, from performing some of the famo ...more
Spiral-bound, 100 pages
Published September 1st 2009 by Classical Comics (first published November 9th 2007)
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