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Digital Classics

Eprovidence aLady Macbeth’s inability to wash the blood from her hands takes on new impact and meaning with Providence eLearning’s iBook of the classic Shakespeare play. There are iBooks for Beowulf, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, The Poetry of William Blake, Frankenstein, and Shakespeare’s Sonnets. The company is working Pride and Prejudice, The Confessions of St. Augustine, and companions to C.S. Lewis’s works. Each iBook costs $10 and has audio narration, video lectures, quizzes as well as the entire original text.

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