April 2001
Scholastic Scope;4/9/2001, Vol. 49 Issue 15, p6
Presents the play 'My Wife and Kids,' published in the April 9, 2001 issue of the students' magazine 'Scholastic Scope.' Dialogues of the play; Exercise related to the play to check the understanding of the reader; Invitation to readers to discuss answers to several questions related to the play.


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