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Reading the Eighteenth-Century Novel
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Reading the Eighteenth-Century NovelThis book about reading the English novel during the "long eighteenth century," a stretch of time that, in the generally accepted ways of breaking up British literary history into discrete periods for university courses, begins some time after the Restoration of King Charles II in 1660 and ends around 1830, before the reign of Queen Victoria. At the beginning of this period, the novel can hardly be said to exist, and writing prose fiction is a mildly disreputable literary activity.
 
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Research Methods for Postgraduates
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Research Methods for PostgraduatesMethods for Postgraduates brings together guidance for postgraduate students on how to organise, plan and do research from an interdisciplinary perspective. In this new edition, the already wide-ranging coverage is enhanced by the addition of new chapters on social media, evaluating the research process, Kansei engineering and medical research reporting. The extensive updates also provide the latest guidance on issues relevant to postgraduates in all subject areas, from writing a proposal and securing research funds, to data analysis and the presentation of research, through to intellectual property protection and career opportunities.
 
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What's the Matter: Let's Go 2 Reader
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What's the Matter: Let's Go 2 ReaderA new series of colourful readers which uses a wide variety of story types and visual styles to build students' interest in reading. Topics and vocabulary are directly linked to the syllabus of Let's Go Third Edition, providing a fun reading opportunity for each unit of the course.
 
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Poptropica English 1: Teacher's Book
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Poptropica English 1: Teacher's BookPoptropica English  is a 6-level course for Primary pupils which combines a solid ELT methodology with a dynamic, child-centered Online World. Based on the existing and proven methodology of Islands but updated with new characters, stories and content.

The Teacher’s Book provides an overview of the language and skills covered in the Pupil’s Book, as well as step-by-step lesson plans covering all the material and extra activities such as warm-ups and fun ideas to end each lesson.

 
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A New Companion to Renaissance Drama
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A New Companion to Renaissance DramaA New Companion to Renaissance Drama provides an invaluable summary of past and present scholarship surrounding the most popular and influential literary form of its time. Original interpretations from leading scholars set the scene for important paths of future inquiry.
 
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Handbook of Home Education
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Handbook of Home EducationThe Handbook of Home Education is a comprehensive collection of the latest scholarship in all aspects of home education in the United States and abroad.
  • Presents the latest findings on academic achievement of home-schooled children, issues of socialization, and legal argumentation about home-schooling and government regulation
  • A truly global perspective on home education, this handbook includes the disparate work of scholars outside of the U.S.
  • Typically understudied topics are addressed, such as the emotional lives of home educating mothers and the impact of home education on young adults
  • Writing is accessible to students, scholars, educators, and anyone interested in home schooling issues
 
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Jane Austen and the Victorian Heroine
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Jane Austen and the Victorian HeroineThis book uses the figure of the Victorian heroine as a lens through which to examine Jane Austen’s presence in Victorian critical and popular writings.  Aimed at Victorianist readers and scholars, the book focuses on the ways in which Austen was constructed in fiction, criticism, and biography over the course of the nineteenth century.  For the Victorians, Austen became a kind of cultural shorthand, representing a distant, yet not too-distant, historical past that the Victorians both drew on and defined themselves against with regard to such topics as gender, literature, and national identity. 
 
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