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A-level Notes for Ian McEwans "Enduring Love" (Jane Gibson's 'A'-level Notes) Paperback – 1 Dec 2003
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I have greatly enjoyed studying this book with my A-Level classes and the notes include three sample essays based on the work they have produced. It is a thought-provoking novel, and a number of my students have remarked that they were profoundly changed by reading Enduring Love. I hope these notes will challenge the thinking of students and enable them to achieve their full potential in A-Level English.See all Product Description
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Grateful former A level student.
I would NOT advise to buy it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
There were no notes, just questions on each chapter.
However,I did find the essay samples at the back very useful.
I wouldn't recommend, its not worth it.
This book is good for critics and helped me a lot during A Level English Literature. Worth recommending no matter how much i hated reading Enduring Love. Read morePublished on 10 Oct. 2013 by humira akhtar
An exceedingly slim volume, this, from a minor publisher apparently seeking to capitalise on gaps in the market for A level pass notes. Read morePublished on 24 Nov. 2011 by Lutz Svensson