IB English A Literature: Speeches

It is likely that during the course of your teaching, the linguistic and literary properties of speeches will be something you need to address as a matter of course. This might come into contextual research or within particular texts. Shakespeare"s plays, for example, contain many notable examples, largely from characters of high social status in certain political contexts. The two most obvious, perhaps, are from Henry...

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