Charles and Mary Lamb

Mini-Lesson Monday, Lesson #164 (Part 2): Lamb’s ‘Tales From Shakespeare’ – Expressing Reason and Result

📘 ‘The King of France … called the Duke of Burgundy in contempt a waterish duke, because his love for this young maid had in a moment run all away like water. – ​Charles ​and ​Mary Lamb​,​ Tales from Shakespeare â€‹(1807)​ If you have been reading and understanding these short lessons, chances are that you are …

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Mini-Lesson Monday, Lesson #164 (Part 1): Lamb’s ‘Tales From Shakespeare’ (Part 1) – Reading Comprehension 

Perhaps you have wondered what kinds of books native English-speaking children read and study at school. While today’s book is not currently a school textbook, it was originally intended for children when it was written over 200 years ago – Charles and Mary Lamb’s Tales from Shakespeare (1807). It includes retellings of Shakespeare’s plays in …

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