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Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare's the Taming of the Shrew (Approaches to Teaching World Literature) Paperback – December 1, 2013

ISBN-13: 978-1603291194 ISBN-10: 1603291199

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"This collection is essential reading for beginning instructors and for seasoned veterans. The editors should be commended for making available such a useful and rich array of pedagogical strategies."

--Katherine Scheil, University of Minnesota


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Grace Tiffany is a Shakespeare scholar who writes smart, entertaining fiction. Her newest novel, PAINT (Bagwyn, 2013), is based on the life of Emilia Lanier, a scandalous seventeenth-century poet thought by some to have been the mysterious Dark Lady of Shakespeare's sonnets. PAINT is the third of a network of novels in which Tiffany explores Shakespeare's fraught relations with women, both at home and in the busy London theater world. The first of this group, MY FATHER HAD A DAUGHTER, won Booksense 76 listing from the independent booksellers of America. Tiffany's sole novel for teenagers, ARIEL, appeared on the 2006 American Library Association list of best novels for young adults. She has also written two nonfiction books about English Renaissance culture. Visit her "Shakespeare in Fiction and Fact" blog at: http://www.shakespearefiction.blogspot.com

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