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A Tale of Two Cities in Concert
Adventures of Tartu
Antony and Cleopatra
Great Authors of the British Isles: 20th Century Novelists
Great Authors of the British Isles: 20th Century Poets and Playwrights
Great Authors of the British Isles: Augustan and Romantic Poets
Great Authors of the British Isles: Beowulf to Shakespeare
Great Authors of the British Isles: Children's Literature
Great Authors of the British Isles: Early Novelists
Great Authors of the British Isles: The Genre Innovators
Great Authors of the British Isles: The Renaissance Writers
His Double Life
Literary Elements and Techniques: Conflict
Literary Elements and Techniques: Setting
Literary Elements and Techniques: Theme
Little Lord Fauntleroy
Rings, Kings, and Things
Standard Deviants School: Hamlet Basics (Shakespeare Program 5)
Standard Deviants School: Hamlet Themes (Shakespeare Program 6)
Standard Deviants School: King Lear Basics (Shakespeare Program 11)
Standard Deviants School: Macbeth Basics (Shakespeare Program 9)
Standard Deviants School: Othello as a Tragedy (Shakespeare Program 8)
Standard Deviants School: Othello Basics (Shakespeare Program 7)
Standard Deviants School: Romeo & Juliet (Shakespeare Program 4)
Standard Deviants School: The Characters of Macbeth (Shakespeare Program 10)
Standard Deviants School: Titus Andronicus (Shakespeare Program 3)
Standard Deviants School: What Is Tragedy? (Shakespeare Program 2)
The Scarlet Pimpernel
The Secret Life of Books: Frankenstein
The Secret Life of Books: Great Expectations
The Secret Life of Books: Mrs. Dalloway
The Secret Life of Books: The First Folio
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