The Tempest
(eBook)

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Dover Publications, 2012.
ISBN
9780486113845
Lexile measure
HL 680L
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English
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Level 9, 3 Points
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HL
Lexile measure
680

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William Shakespeare., & William Shakespeare|AUTHOR. (2012). The Tempest . Dover Publications.

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William Shakespeare and William Shakespeare|AUTHOR. 2012. The Tempest. Dover Publications.

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William Shakespeare and William Shakespeare|AUTHOR. The Tempest Dover Publications, 2012.

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William Shakespeare, and William Shakespeare|AUTHOR. The Tempest Dover Publications, 2012.

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Full titletempest
Authorshakespeare william
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