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The Tragical History of Doctor Faustus. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 1919405
  • September 2010
  • 136 Pages
  • VDM Publishing House
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English Literature Made Easy is a series of critical commentaries and study guides based on prominent masterpieces of English Literature. Antar Abdellah presents these articles and critical essays, reproduced from his old study manuscripts, as part of a bigger project for facilitating the study of English literature to the new generations of university students who did not have the chance to undertake similar research work. Summaries, overview of major themes, and detailed critical commentaries are accompanied by the original texts of the pieces of literature for concentrated study and for opening new horizons of thinking for students. Careful study and free thinking can help readers develop a critical view of their own and can lead to excelling in the Literature courses. Other titles in this series include: - Hamlet - Macbeth - Dr. Faustus - King Lear - Pygmalion and other Plays

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Antar, Abdellah.
Antar Abdellah is associate professor of TEFL and foreign language Pedagogy. He has an MA in Translation theory and a PhD in designing translation curricula. His research interests include TEFL, TAFL, psycholinguistics and Translation. He taught Literature, Translation and TEFL/TAFL in the UK, Egypt and Saudi Arabia for more than 10 years.

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