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Dear Colleagues:

I am considering purchasing The Greenwood Companion to Shakespeare.  
Before spending the $300 for the set, I'd like to know if  any of you 
have it and, if so, how useful is has been.  Is is relatively easy to 
read and understand?  Does it truly aid in the understanding and 
interpretation of Shakespeare's works?  Recently, I've purchased several 
texts that supposedly helped in the study of great literature, but 
they're dull, wordy and far too scholarly for my high school students.  
I'm looking for something that will really enhance their understanding.  
I would welcome any reviews.

Marian Royal
Socorro High School
Socorro,  NM

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