10

Apr

2016

King Richard III Has Come Undone

 
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Toss aside the newspaper and enjoy this Shakespearean jigsaw puzzle with your Sunday coffee.

 

This jigsaw puzzle makes for a great weekend treat (although if you’re scared of spiders, you might want to give this one a miss!) Let’s see how long it takes for you to put together our jigsaw of this NCS King Richard III cover!

 And why not enter today’s prize draw for a chance to win an NCS book bundle, including a copy of King Richard III.

Throughout 2016 we are marking the 400th anniversary of the death of William Shakespeare by following key themes, controversies and research relating to the life and legacy of the man himself.

This month we’re celebrating Shakespeare’s legacy and each day running from 1st to 23rd April we will be giving away a different prize for FREE from Cambridge University Press’s fantastic range of Shakespeare books!

To enter our prize draw simply fill in your details on the form below to be in with a chance of winning! www.cambridge.org/shakespearewin

As we celebrate Shakespeare’s legacy throughout April we really want to know what Shakespeare means to you, and why his work still matters 400 years after his death. Join the conversation by commenting here on our blog or tweet us using @CambShakespeare – we’d love to know your thoughts!

– See more at: http://www.cambridgeblog.org/2016/04/much-ado-about-winning/#sthash.qXWIUJWj.dpuf

– See more at: http://www.cambridgeblog.org/2016/04/puzzle-put-cover-of-ncs-romeo-and-juliet-title-together/#sthash.ErbwX448.dpuf

www.cambridge.org/shakespearewin

 

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