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86 books — 2 voters. They go beyond those sultry romance novels, too. Think of books like jane austen's pride and prejudice or emily bronte's wuthering heights. for a modern example, just look at stephenie meyer's.
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Literary works include gulliver's travels by jonathan swift, the rape of the lock by alexander pope, and the way of the world by william congreve. The universal truth of love is a very common theme in literature, and you will find countless examples of it. Parts of the book are set for study in cambridge igcse, o level, and as and a level literature in english syllabuses but it is designed to have a broader appeal and function, providing verse to enjoy for readers of all ages and backgrounds.
Generally Speaking, Books That Are Above 1000 Are Around Upper Middle School To High School Reading Level.
13 tales of villainy by amerie, fireworks b. This will maximize your ability to comprehensively answer a student choice question about pretty much anything with one of the works you've focused on. A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.
Songs Of Ourselves Is Cambridge Assessment International Education's First Anthology Of Poetry In English.
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It Is About Life And Our Priorities In Life As We Follow The Protagonist, Brás De Oliva Domingos, Who Writes Obituaries For A Brazilian Newspaper.
An adventurous young reader with a slightly more advanced vocabulary will surely gravitate toward a classic series like the chronicles of narnia. 38 books — 2 voters. It’s as culturally relevant today as it was when published in 1954.
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Geekerella by ashley poston, because you love to hate me: A tale of two cities. With its local color and slang but relatively straightforward storyline, this book is ideal for upper intermediate to advanced readers.