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  • Jane Eyre – Teaching Resource Pack

    $22.95 $19.95

    “I scorn your idea of love and the counterfeit sentiment you offer.” Charlotte Brontë’s classic 1847 novel follows the life of Jane Eyre from turbulent childhood into the heartaches of adulthood, and is reminiscent of the author’s own experiences. It was written at the dawn of feminism, when female authors were rare, and books about the lives of women were even rarer. This graphic novel adaptation presents the classic story…


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  • Sweeney Todd – Graphic Novel (Paperback)

    $16.95 $11.85

    “Oh! to be sure, he came here, and I shaved him and polished him off” From his barber shop in Fleet Street, Sweeney Todd murders selected customers to steal their money and valuables. Some suspect he is up to no good, but no one knows how he actually kills his victims. How does he dispose of the bodies? And what is his connection with Mrs. Lovett who runs a popular…


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  • Sweeney Todd – Graphic Novel (Library binding)

    $24.95 $19.95

    “Oh! to be sure, he came here, and I shaved him and polished him off” From his barber shop in Fleet Street, Sweeney Todd murders selected customers to steal their money and valuables. Some suspect he is up to no good, but no one knows how he actually kills his victims. How does he dispose of the bodies? And what is his connection with Mrs. Lovett who runs a popular…


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  • Great Expectations – Graphic Novel (Paperback)

    $16.95 $11.85

    “I never saw my father or my mother, and never saw any likeness of either of them.” The year is 1812. A young orphan, who calls himself Pip, is kneeling beside the grave of his dead family. Shivering in the cold winter air and crying over the passing of his relatives, he is completely unaware that something is about to happen that will change his life forever. Written at a…


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  • Great Expectations – Teaching Resource Pack

    $22.95 $19.95

    “I never saw my father or my mother, and never saw any likeness of either of them.” The year is 1812. A young orphan, who calls himself Pip, is kneeling beside the grave of his dead family. Shivering in the cold winter air and crying over the passing of his relatives, he is completely unaware that something is about to happen that will change his life forever. Written at a…


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  • The Importance of Being Earnest – Graphic Novel (Paperback)

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    “One has a right to Bunbury anywhere one chooses.” Two young gentlemen living in England in 1895 use imaginary friends to inject some excitement into their seemingly dull lives. Jack Worthing invents a brother, ‘Ernest’, whom he pretends to be in order to visit his beloved Gwendolen in the city. Meanwhile, friend Algy Moncrieff uses the name ‘Ernest’ while visiting Jack’s beautiful young ward, Cecily in the country. Much confusion…


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