The Merchant of Venice
(eAudiobook)

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InAudio, 2021.
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2h 24m 0s
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eAudiobook
Language
English
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9781094244174
Reading Level
UG
Level 9.4, 4 Points
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NP: Non-Prose

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

William Shakespeare., William Shakespeare|AUTHOR., & Randal Schaffer|READER. (2021). The Merchant of Venice . InAudio.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

William Shakespeare, William Shakespeare|AUTHOR and Randal Schaffer|READER. 2021. The Merchant of Venice. InAudio.

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William Shakespeare, William Shakespeare|AUTHOR and Randal Schaffer|READER. The Merchant of Venice InAudio, 2021.

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William Shakespeare, William Shakespeare|AUTHOR, and Randal Schaffer|READER. The Merchant of Venice InAudio, 2021.

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Grouped Work ID62ccdbff-9979-81c9-9260-139f06dda75c-eng
Full titlemerchant of venice with new and updated critical essays and a revised bibliography
Authorshakespeare william
Grouping Categorybook
Last Update2022-06-26 18:25:11PM
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