A level literature reading list

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a level literature reading list

How to Be Good at Math by DK Publishing

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English Lit 2nd Year Uni Book Haul - Katie May

Classic Works of Literature for a 9th Grade Reading List

Please use this list to prepare yourself over the summer. You should read as many of the books on the list of primary texts as possible, and we would like you to have read all asterisked titles by the time you start your course. The list of secondary texts is designed to aid your understanding of the interpretation of literature; while the texts provided are not mandatory reading, engaging with those that catch your interest will almost certainly sharpen your critical skills. Eliot, T. Homer, Odyssey , e.

Written at a level appropriate for most freshmen, they will nonetheless challenge students to develop stronger reading, writing, and analysis skills, and they also encourage discussion about the human condition. This frankly told tale of the horrors of war was written by someone who lived it while fighting in World War I. This devastating satire of the move from tyranny to revolution and back again to tyranny remains as relevant a tale of totalitarianism masquerading as equality today as it did when it was supposedly targeting the abuses of Soviet Russia. In , Griffin, a white journalist, set out to journey through the American South in the guise of a black man he had his skin temporarily darkened in order to report the realities of life under segregation. Along the way, he confronts his own prejudices and busts the myth that racism was more paranoia than reality. A novel at once comedic and tragic, Great Expectations centers around a poor young man by the name of Pip, who is given the chance to make himself a gentleman by a mysterious benefactor. It presents a fascinating overview of class, money, and corruption during the Victorian Era.

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To vote on existing books from the list, beside each book there is a link vote for this book clicking it will add that book to your votes. To vote on books not in the list or books you couldn't find in the list, you can click on the tab add books to this list and then choose from your books, or simply search. Discover new books on Goodreads. Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Join Goodreads. For those wanting to know what they could potentially be studying at A Level.

The teaching of these subjects is done by a mixture of tutorials and classes here in Balliol; and there is a complementary programme of lectures and seminars offered by the University English Faculty, of which you are encouraged to take full advantage. You will be assessed on all this work by a number of examinations, called Prelims , which you will sit at the end of the third term Trinity , as well as by a Portfolio for Paper 1 submitted during Trinity. Your performance in Prelims does not count towards your final degree, which is entirely based on your performance in a number of exams and extended essays during your third year. You have a busy year ahead of you, and it will simply not be possible to read large amounts during term-time: it is very important that you are properly prepared for the course when you come up to Oxford. This page suggests the directions that your preliminary reading might most usefully take. One of these — the introduction to language and literature — is compulsory; the other is for you to choose: either Victorian literature or twentieth century literature or Early Medieval English literature.


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