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Oxford Illustrated Shakespeare Dictionary
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UK Literacy Association (UKLA) "Sometimes you find a book and think, 'Why didn't someone do this years ago?' The answer is probably that no-one else could have approached the job or seen it through to completion so magnificently. This is much more than a valuable resource to make Shakespeare's vocabulary accessible to students; it is so crammed with delicious snippets that it is a delight to browse."
The BookBag "Savvy navigation tools, skilful indexing and clever colour coded referencing."
Parents In Touch "Guaranteed to enhance enjoyment and understanding of Shakespeare's work."
The Guardian "Stunningly useful book"
Editing Matters "A modern and dynamic approach to Shakespeare's language usage"
Books for Keeps "It is not only scholarly and comprehensive, it is hugely enjoyable"
Susan Elkin, The School Librarian "A charming and deliciously meaty book, it's a must for every primary and secondary English and Drama classroom in my view, and essential for the school library too."
Teach Secondary "It's a joyful celebration as much as an aid to teaching and learning and affectionate as it is scholarly"
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David Crystal is known throughout the world as a writer, editor, lecturer and broadcaster on language. He has published extensively on the history and development of English, including The Stories of English (2004), Evolving English (2010), Begat: The King James Bible and the English Language (2010), The Story of English in 100 Words (2011), Spell It Out: The Singular Story of English Spelling (2012), and Wordsmiths and Warriors: The English-Language Tourist's Guide to Britain (with Hilary Crystal, 2013). Ben Crystal is an actor, writer, and producer. Along with books co-written with his father, he wrote a series of introductions to Shakespeare's plays for Arden called Springboard Shakespeare and his Shakespeare on Toast was shortlisted for the Educational Writer of the Year Award. He and his ensemble perform Shakespeare in original pronunciation (OP) and give workshops around the world.