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1, Shakespeare, who’s plays have been read for hundreds of years, have helped define and firm western consciousness.  2, Studying Shakespeare compliments any student’s education, making him a perfect candidate for making millions of dollars in the work place.  3, A dominate text of the cannon, in my opinion, is Shakespeare’s work.  4, The cost for eliminating the 400 level Shakespeare coarse from the curriculum is deer.  5, Irregardless of how greatly one measures his influence, it is fare to say that eliminating Shakespeare’s work form the required curriculum would squander and waist the time and money of students who’s hopes rest in receiving a quality education from there university.  6, Skipping Shakespeare leaves a huge brake in an English student’s over all development.  7, Threw out the years, the affect of his plays can hardly be measured. 
 

asked Aug 31 '11 at 03:51 shirley New member

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I am writing to express my sincere gratitude

 

link comment answered Sep 04 '11 at 03:36 Winston Goh New member
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I am writing to express my sincere gratitude

link comment answered Sep 04 '11 at 03:37 Winston Goh New member
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1. Shakespeare, whose plays have been read for hundreds of years, have helped define and affirm the western consciousness. 

 

2. Studying Shakespeare complements any student’s education, making him a perfect candidate for making millions of dollars in the workplace. 

 

3. A dominate text of the canon, in my opinion, is Shakespeare’s work. 

 

4. The cost of eliminating the 400 level Shakespeare coarse from the curriculum is dear. 

 

5. Regardless of how greatly one measures his influence, it is fair to say that eliminating Shakespeare’s work from the required curriculum would squander and waste the time and money of students whose hopes rest in receiving a quality education from their university. 

 

6. Skipping Shakespeare leaves a huge gap in an English student’s overall development. 

 

7. Throughout the years, the effect of his plays can hardly be measured. 

link comment edited Sep 02 '11 at 00:23 Kimberly Expert

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