EVERYBODY has heard of William Shakespeare! And most everyone knows Hamlet is not a cartoon pig or tiny village in Switzerland. But how many of us have any idea what Shakespeare is talking about in his plays?
Understanding and teaching Shakespeare‘s classic play, Hamlet, is easier than ever with this student-friendly version. Revised in today’s English language and containing in-depth explanatory notes, your child will enjoy the compelling tragedy of the young prince from Denmark as never before. Paperback for grades 7 and up.
With a biography of Shakespeare, in-depth histories of the play’s performances on stage and on screen, and a comprehensive introduction to the play, your child will gain a new perspective of this enduring masterpiece of classic literature.
Your child will read Hamlet and understand the characters and scenes with modernized spelling and punctuation and comprehensive explanatory notes placed next to each page of the play’s text.
This version of Hamlet also contains a list of memorable character lines and their location within the play, such as, “To be, or not to be, that is the question,” and “The lady doth protest too much, methinks.”
You’ll also find a suggested reading list of books and commentaries written about Shakespeare’s Hamlet to broaden your child’s understanding of this great work of English literature.
Take the fear out of teaching Shakespeare with Hamlet! Order your copy of Hamlet from Curriculum Express today!