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York Notes Advanced: Much Ado About Nothing | Jekkle Textbooks | Zookal Textbooks
  • Author(s) William Shakespeare
  • Edition1
  • Published28th June 2004
  • PublisherPearson Education UK
  • ISBN9780582823037
Everything you need to know about Much Ado About Nothing to succeed in your A Level or undergraduate studies.

Whether you’re an A Level student or an undergraduate, York Notes Advanced provide everything you need to know about Shakespeare’s witty romantic comedy, from act and scene summaries and extended commentaries to analysis of key characters including Benedick, Beatrice, Claudio and Hero, and key themes such as ‘Love’ and ‘Slander’. You’ll find in-depth notes on structure, language and imagery, along with overviews of key critical responses and relevant contexts, all of which will enable you to reach the best possible understanding of the text and to develop your own critical ideas.

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  • Author(s) William Shakespeare
  • Edition1
  • Published28th June 2004
  • PublisherPearson Education UK
  • ISBN9780582823037
Everything you need to know about Much Ado About Nothing to succeed in your A Level or undergraduate studies.

Whether you’re an A Level student or an undergraduate, York Notes Advanced provide everything you need to know about Shakespeare’s witty romantic comedy, from act and scene summaries and extended commentaries to analysis of key characters including Benedick, Beatrice, Claudio and Hero, and key themes such as ‘Love’ and ‘Slander’. You’ll find in-depth notes on structure, language and imagery, along with overviews of key critical responses and relevant contexts, all of which will enable you to reach the best possible understanding of the text and to develop your own critical ideas.

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