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English Language and Literature (AQA)
AQA English Language and Literature by
Develop your literary and linguistic analysis with this guide to the English Language and Literature course. This book follows the same structure as the course; Telling stories in fiction, non fiction and poetry, Exploring conflict using perspective, and Making connections as a critical reader. The book highlights key concepts that will be useful in your assignments and exams.
English language and literature by
Complete activities and test your understanding with this companion guide to the AQA English Language and Literature course. Part 1 covers language, Part 2 guides you through Re-creative writing, Fantasy, Poetry and Conflict; and Part 3 shows you how to make connections and read and write critically.
The Lovely Bones by
The victim of a brutal murder narrates this novel from Heaven, where she watches her family and friends struggle to come to terms with her death.
Seamus Heaney: New Selected Poems 1966 -1987 by
New Selected Poems 1966–1987 is a poetry collection by Seamus Heaney, who received the 1995 Nobel Prize in Literature. It includes the poems Death of a Naturalist, Churning Day, Fodder, Anahorish, Act of Union, The Tolland Man, Punishment, Strange Fruit, Funeral Rites, The Haw Lantern, Oysters, The Toome Road, A Kite for Michael and Christopher, Mycenae Lookout, Postscript.
English Language (AQA)
A/AS Level English Language for AQA Student Book by
Complete activities and test your understanding with this companion guide to the AQA English Language course. This book provides a deeper study of essential topics, whilst encouraging independent learning.