Letters extra: In defence of Shakespeare

14th March 2003 at 00:00

There's a danger if progressive English teachers abandon Shakespeare to the WoodheadWindsor axis. Key Stage 3 Bard-testing is clearly asinine but the writer who practically invented the English language plus human nature itself remains at the heart of any worthwhile definition of the teaching of English.
Graham Foster
Head of English
Midhurst Grammar School

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