Hello, all!
Here’s the second of three sets of annotations from the literature text “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed”.

As these are scanned directly from the texts, I will make them free for everyone to download and use. I make absolutely no claims to the play, and all its components. Yes, the annotations are mine, and based on my interpretation of the text and its literary devices, but the notes will remain free.

To download, just click the big DOWNLOAD button below. The file is in a PDF format, and is printable.

I hope this helps anyone who has to study this text.
If you have any further questions, feel free to contact me or connect with me via Facebook.
Until then, take care!

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