Mastering English Literature (Palgrave Master Series) Paperback – 28 Jul 2006
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'I think students could do with reading a book like this which covers the main ground quickly and simply. It would also do as a 'refresher' book...many books of this kind can be returned to afterwards for a 'remind read.' - Martin Coyle, Chair of English Literature, Cardiff University, UK
About the Author
RICHARD GILL teaches English at Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College, Leicester, UK, and teaches adults at the University of Leicester. He is the author of Mastering Shakespeare and Mastering the Novels of Jane Austen (with Susan Gregory).
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This book I know is going to be invaluable over the coming years of my degree. It has already helped me with my latest essay on short stories as it covers everything literature based. You make it, it has information on it. Not only on understanding the different genres but how they are written.
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I'm giving this a five because it has been so useful. It wasn't too high brow, was easy to understand and an excellent reference book. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kath Wharton
I was happy with how this book as it arrived in perfect condition within a short amount of time. Money well spent. Thank you!Published 21 months ago by Nahida
Ideal for anyone studying literature at A Level or above or just have a real interest in it. Very practical book, well written (in black and white plain print, no colour). Read morePublished on 15 Jun. 2012 by Fi Reviews.