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'twere well it were done well...' : taking dialogic and philosophical risks with Shakespeare

Soltysek, Raymond (2016) 'twere well it were done well...' : taking dialogic and philosophical risks with Shakespeare. Teaching English (11). pp. 50-52. ISSN 2051-7971

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Abstract

Using Macbeth as an example, Raymond Soltysek reflects on the need for teachers to take risks and open up dialogue about Shakespeare’s meanings in the classroom, allowing space for philosophical reflection on the issues that arise.