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…The movie can help clarify difficult concepts or scenes that your students may have missed. Great discussion questions and writing prompts come from examining the differences between the book and the film. And a movie is a great reward for a class that has struggled through a difficult book.

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Because of its academic style, I couldn't describe this book as interesting; nevertheless, it is a valuable book for any teacher teaching Shakespeare or an administrator who wishes to know the relative merits of, for example, the many versions of Hamlet.

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Included within these pages is the unfilmed screenplay of Raisin in the Sun, as well as pictures and behind the scenes moments. This book is eligible for Prestwick House paperback volume discounts. You'll always save at least 25% on any paperback you order. If the retail value of your order is at…

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Meg Foster stars in this faithful, but long, film version of Hawthorne's classic.

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…-George Lucas. In a fascinating conversation with Bill Moyers, George Lucas, a protege of noted mythology scholar Joseph Campbell, discusses life, films, love, loyalty, friendship, religion, careers, the nature of good and evil, and the presence, in life and in ourselves, of God and redemption. Any…

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Sigourney Weaver and Shia LeBeouf star in this very fathful film adapted by Sachar and produced by Disney.

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Stoppard's modern play is expanded by his film version starring Roth, Oldman, and Dreyfuss.

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…theme of the work is a great way to prepare for an in-depth reading. Interweaving a reenactment of the hearings of the House Un-American Activities Committee with scenes from The Crucible, this film will help your students truly grasp the humanitarian message Miller strives to convey.

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This Academy Award-winning film starring Gregory Peck has been re-released. This time with commentary, a documentary on Peck and reproductions of original theatrical posters.

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The book that earned Mark Twain his reputation as a serious American writer is lovingly translated to film and is now available on DVD.

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Although long, this rendition of Frankenstein is the most faithful film adaptation yet. His version avoids many of the campy conventions of the horror genre often cast upon this classic, instead focusing, as the book does, on the humanity of the creature and the doctor's hubristic attempts to play…

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…has plenty of action to keep students engaged and, with the movies available, your students will love getting a chance to read the book and watch a film version of this classic. This book is eligible for Prestwick House paperback volume discounts. You'll always save at least 25% on any paperback you…

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