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Shakespeare's The Tempest for iPad

Explore Shakespeare's wild island in excellent, well-rounded reading app
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Title: Shakespeare's The Tempest for iPad
Summary: Explore Shakespeare's wild island in excellent, well-rounded reading app

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The start page and hub of Shakespeare's The Tempest for iPad is the honeycomb.

Pros: Commentaries are insightful, easy to read and really can help students better understand Shakespeare.
Cons: It would be nice to have an in-text glossary available for some of those tricky Shakespearean words.
Bottom Line: Shakespeare's The Tempest for iPad packs a college-level course into an affordable iPad app.

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