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  • A Christmas Carol: York Notes for GCSE (9-1) Workbook

     
    Title type
    Book
    $16.49
     
    Prepare for success with York Notes Workbooks! York Notes for GCSE Workbooks offer a wide range of write-in tasks and exercises to boost your knowledge of the text and help you practise for the exam: Learn: Tasks and answers on every area of the text, from Plot and Action and Characters to Key... Read more >
     

  • Anita and Me: York Notes for GCSE (9-1)

     
    Title type
    Book
    $19.99
     
    A fully revised exam section: expert guidance on understanding the question, planning an answer, writing about effects and using quotations, plus tips on spelling, punctuation and grammar. All the key skills covered: ‘Exam focus’ model answer extracts with annotations, and &lsq... Read more >
     

  • Atonement: York Notes for A-level

     
    Title type
    Book
    $19.99
     
    An enhanced exam section: expert guidance on approaching exam questions, writing high-quality responses and using critical interpretations, plus practice tasks and annotated sample answer extracts. Key skills covered: focused tasks to develop your analysis and understanding, plus regular s... Read more >
     

  • Banquet of Consequences, A, VitalSource eText: The Reality of our Unusually Uncertain Economic Future

     
    Title type
    eBook
    $27.99
     
    Digital Access Code. When you buy a VitalSource eText you will receive a unique digital redemption code and instructions on how to access this product. Please note: VitalSource eTexts are available for download immediately and cannot be returned once purchased. Pearson VitalSource eTexts – dig... Read more >
     

  • Banquet of Consequences, A: The Reality of our Unusually Uncertain Economic Future

     
    Title type
    Book
    $39.99
     
    “The current environment of zero-cost money, concentrated bank power, and anaemic productive growth has coalesced not by accident or economic cycle but by wilful choice.  Das warns that without significant change, the only possible future holds dire consequences for all but an elite few. ... Read more >
     

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