'Heinemann Plays' offers contemporary drama and new editions of classic plays. The series has been developed to support classroom teaching and to meet the requirements of Key Stages 3 and 4. The plays are ideal for classroom reading and performance; many have large casts and an equal mix of parts for boys and girls. Each play includes strategies and activities to introduce and use the plays in the classroom.
"A View From the Bridge" tells the story of Eddie Carbone, who agrees to shelter his wife's cousins who are seeking refuge in New York as illegal immigrants. Trouble begins when his wife's niece is attracted to Eddie's younger brother. There are 13 parts, ten of which are male and three female.
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This handy literature guide provides a thorough analysis of A View from the Bridge to help you fully understand the text. Plot and structure as well as characters and themes are explored in detail to help you prepare for the English exam.
Includes information on how you will be tested in the exam with tips, guidance an quizzes to reinforce understanding.
Contains key quotations from the text.
Helps you to fully prepare for the GCSE exam paper.
This series presents a wide choice of 20th-century drama. The books offer scene-by-scene analysis, structured questions and assignment suggestions for GCSE. This play tells of some illegal immigrants in New York, sheltered by their cousin's husband.
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Book Description Penguin Books Ltd, 1986. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 140083243