Shakespeare and Young Adult Literature: Pairing and Teaching

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Shakespeare and Young Adult Literature: Pairing and Teaching

Role

Co-editors: Victor Malo-Juvera, Paula Greathouse, Brooke Eisenbach

Contributing author: Bryan Ripley Crandall

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Bryan Ripley Crandall is a contributing author, "To Write or Not to Write – That’s the Question," chapter 11, pp.173-188.

The influence of Shakespeare on American culture is unequivocal. And despite its youth, young adult literature has grown into a literary force majeure. Considering the widespread popularity of both Shakespeare and young adult literature, their pairing can offer teachers and students a wide array of instructional possibilities. Our collection offers secondary (6-12) educators engaging ideas and approaches for pairing Shakespeare’s most frequently taught plays alongside young adult novels which often provide a unique examination of a topic that teaching a single text could not afford. The pairings offered in each chapter allow for comparisons in some cases, for extensions in others, and for critique in some.

ISBN

9781475859560

Publication Date

3-2021

Publication Information

Crandall, B.R. (2021). To Write or Not to Write – That’s the Questionn. In V. Malo-Juvera, P. Greathouse, and B. Eisenbach (Eds.). Shakespeare and Young Adult Literature: Pairing and Teaching. New York: Routledge

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Copyright 2021 by Victor Malo-Juvera, Paula Greathouse, Brooke Eisenbach

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