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Writing an Essay: Simple Techniques to Transform Y&hellip by Brendan Hennessy
The key here is simple yet profound. No complicated sentences to wade through, no pages and pages of text to read in order to try to absorb an important point. But all the necessary advice is here - this book took me as far as an MA with a distinction for my dissertation - it's the one book on essay writing which I'd be devastated to lose.
How Clean is Your House? by Kim Woodburn
How Clean is Your House? by Kim Woodburn
Running a home efficiently is always more complicated than it seems. Kim and Aggie really are experts in making life easier and their essentially humorous and sympathetic approach is wonderfully encouraging. Their book would make a marvellous wedding present, or gift for anyone starting out in their own home. Adopt Kim and Aggie's approach, follow their hints and advice, and housework and home making need not be a chore. A book that is highly recommended.
The Rise Of The Novel: Studies in Defoe, Richardso&hellip by Ian Watt
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Professor Watt's well known text has to some extent been regarded as the 'received wisdom' on the subject of the rise of the novel. Many students will now find his views open to question. To write an intelligent and well-considered essay on this much debated subject requires knowledge of what Watt believes. An essay considering this, and widening the scope by challenging these views, quoting of course from contradictory academic sources, will produce an essay that is awarded high marks. This book is therefore an essential text for students of literature.

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