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Poetry of John Donne ( Read by Richard Burton)
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Poetry of John Donne ( Read by Richard Burton)

John Donne (21 January 1572 – 31 March 1631) was an English poet, preacher and a major representative of the metaphysical poets of the period. His works are notable for their realistic and sensual style and include sonnets, love poetry, religious poems, Latin translations, epigrams, elegies, songs, satires and sermons. His poetry is noted for its vibrancy of language and inventiveness of metaphor, especially as compared to that of his contemporaries.

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When Will There Be Good News?: A Novel
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When Will There Be Good News?: A NovelWhen Will There Be Good News?: A Novel

By Kate Atkinson  Read by Ellen Archer

This is Atkinson's  third novel to feature ex-cop turned PI Jackson Brodie (after Case Histories and One Good Turn)

Critics greeted the return of Jackson Brodie enthusiastically, and many stated that When Will There Be Good News? is the best installment of the three-book series. Atkinson’s mysteries develop naturally from her charmingly flawed characters and display her keen insight into human nature. Her control of the plot is absolute: it ratchets up the tension while the narrative accelerates to breakneck speeds.

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15 DaysТ Practice For IELTS Listening
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15 Days’ Practice For IELTS Listening15 Days’ Practice For IELTS Listening

Listening is a very important skill in the IELTS. In general, you need to have a good listening skill to be able to interact with other people. You have to understand what a person is saying to have a logical and meaningful conversation. In the IELTS listening, candidates are presented with four different tasks which evaluate their skills. To add challenge to the test, the accents used in the listening passages are Australian and British accents. How can one practice for the IELTS listening test? Is it possible to review for it within 15 days?

 
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Basic IELTS Listening
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Basic IELTS ListeningBasic IELTS Listening

As far as Basic IELTS Listening is concerned, it is arranged into five units whose themes centre upon cultural and social issues of the English-speaking commnunities. Especially, a variety of text types such as dialogues, news, reports, stories, and short talks, coupled with well-designed tasks are introduced so as to facilitate actual tests in the most effective way. 

 
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FCE Fast Class: Reading, Writing, Grammar, Vocabulary - With Answers
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FCE Fast Class: Reading, Writing, Grammar, Vocabulary - With AnswersThis book prepared for students to practise their grammar, vocabulary, reading and written English skills at the early stage of FCE.

It includes:
- Grammar Practice
- Grammar Reference
- Reading
- Key Word Transformation
- Vocabulary
- Writing
- Answer Keys.

 
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English Way 12 - Multimedia Course
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English Way 12 - Multimedia CourseEnglish Way 12 - Multimedia Course

English Way is a complete series of DVDs from Beginner to Advanced Level. Each lesson is composed of a sitcom and a grammar section with a native teacher. This course is designed to develop oral communication skills and build learner confidence.
 
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Kurt Vonnegut - Bagombo Snuff Box (unabridged audiobook + text)
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Kurt Vonnegut - Bagombo Snuff Box (unabridged audiobook + text)AUDIOBOOK: Kurt Vonnegut - Bagombo Snuff Box (unabridged audiobook + text)
From out of the blue, here's a new collection of Vonnegut fiction--his first magazine stories from the 1950s in book form at last, with some charming reminiscences (and three new endings for old stories) by the author. Vonnegut says these tales were meant to be as evanescent as lightening bugs, and that image captures their frail magic. They're like time travelers from an epoch when stories swarmed in mass-market magazines, before TV dawned and doomed them.

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