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Harmlet Shakespeare Play 2nd ed

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EACH TITLE FEATURES:
  • Accessible text notes on each page of the play text
  • A brief synopsis, character list and key vocabulary at the start of each scene, to orient students to the text
  • Stimulating historical background information, explanations of themes and techniques, and different interpretations compared and contrasted
  • Numerous questions and activities for varied exploration of the play, including ideas for performance, creative writing, illustration and analysis.
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EACH TITLE FEATURES:
  • Accessible text notes on each page of the play text
  • A brief synopsis, character list and key vocabulary at the start of each scene, to orient students to the text
  • Stimulating historical background information, explanations of themes and techniques, and different interpretations compared and contrasted
  • Numerous questions and activities for varied exploration of the play, including ideas for performance, creative writing, illustration and analysis.
ISBN 9781925485448
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King Lear Shakespeare Plays Series – 2nd Ed

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EACH TITLE FEATURES:
  • Accessible text notes on each page of the play text
  • A brief synopsis, character list and key vocabulary at the start of each scene, to orient students to the text
  • Stimulating historical background information, explanations of themes and techniques, and different interpretations compared and contrasted
  • Numerous questions and activities for varied exploration of the play, including ideas for performance, creative writing, illustration and analysis.
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EACH TITLE FEATURES:
  • Accessible text notes on each page of the play text
  • A brief synopsis, character list and key vocabulary at the start of each scene, to orient students to the text
  • Stimulating historical background information, explanations of themes and techniques, and different interpretations compared and contrasted
  • Numerous questions and activities for varied exploration of the play, including ideas for performance, creative writing, illustration and analysis.
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literature for Senior Students 6th ed

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The 6th edition of Literature for Senior Students has been updated for the revised VCE Literature Study Design, to be implemented in 2023. It combines a practical approach to various writing tasks, including step-by-step processes, preparation strategies and numerous activities, with a reference section explaining essential metalanguage and literary concepts. The 6th edition contains updated text examples and sample responses, as well as new chapters on genre, Indigenous literature and the development of different interpretations of a text. The book features:
  • A comprehensive reference section, including definitions of key literary terms and techniques; an overview of literary theory; and a glossary and historical time line for quick reference
  • Sample responses for all assessment tasks in Units 3 and 4, using texts on the 2023 VCE Literature Text List
  • Guidelines, activities and models for a range of text responses, including close analysis of one or more passages, an analysis of a text and its transformation or adaptation into a different form, a creative response, and an interpretation that responds to a supplementary reading of the text.
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The 6th edition of Literature for Senior Students has been updated for the revised VCE Literature Study Design, to be implemented in 2023. It combines a practical approach to various writing tasks, including step-by-step processes, preparation strategies and numerous activities, with a reference section explaining essential metalanguage and literary concepts. The 6th edition contains updated text examples and sample responses, as well as new chapters on genre, Indigenous literature and the development of different interpretations of a text. The book features:
  • A comprehensive reference section, including definitions of key literary terms and techniques; an overview of literary theory; and a glossary and historical time line for quick reference
  • Sample responses for all assessment tasks in Units 3 and 4, using texts on the 2023 VCE Literature Text List
  • Guidelines, activities and models for a range of text responses, including close analysis of one or more passages, an analysis of a text and its transformation or adaptation into a different form, a creative response, and an interpretation that responds to a supplementary reading of the text.
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Literature Handbook

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THE BOOK FEATURES:
  • Definitions of the main terms and techniques used by writers of novels, short stories, plays, poems and nonfiction, and by creators of films
  • Hundreds of examples from a wide range of texts, including excerpts from prose fiction, drama and poetry
  • Explanations of the features and conventions of a range of literary forms and styles, such as romanticism, realism, modernism and postmodernism
  • Guidelines on how to write a close analysis of a passage or poem, and complete sample essays
  • Models of critical approaches to literature, including an overview of the main literary theories
  • A literary time line from ancient Greece to the present and a comprehensive glossary of literary terms for quick reference.
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THE BOOK FEATURES:
  • Definitions of the main terms and techniques used by writers of novels, short stories, plays, poems and nonfiction, and by creators of films
  • Hundreds of examples from a wide range of texts, including excerpts from prose fiction, drama and poetry
  • Explanations of the features and conventions of a range of literary forms and styles, such as romanticism, realism, modernism and postmodernism
  • Guidelines on how to write a close analysis of a passage or poem, and complete sample essays
  • Models of critical approaches to literature, including an overview of the main literary theories
  • A literary time line from ancient Greece to the present and a comprehensive glossary of literary terms for quick reference.
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Literature Western Australia (Print & Digital)

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Literature: Western Australia includes:
  • All the essential knowledge for both Year 11 and Year 12 Literature
  • Clear explanations of key concepts, reinforced by textual examples
  • Annotated sample analyses that model metalanguage use and the application of analytical tools
  • Guidelines for doing a close reading
  • Numerous activities to build skills in writing and analysis
  • A glossary and historical timeline for quick reference
  • Guidelines for internal assessment tasks as well as the final exam.
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Literature Western Australia (Print & Digital)

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Literature: Western Australia includes:
  • All the essential knowledge for both Year 11 and Year 12 Literature
  • Clear explanations of key concepts, reinforced by textual examples
  • Annotated sample analyses that model metalanguage use and the application of analytical tools
  • Guidelines for doing a close reading
  • Numerous activities to build skills in writing and analysis
  • A glossary and historical timeline for quick reference
  • Guidelines for internal assessment tasks as well as the final exam.
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Richard IIl – William Shakespeare – Insight

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Insight Text Guides take students into the deeper layers of meaning in a range of popular novels, plays, films, short-story collections and nonfiction texts. They are designed to develop detailed knowledge, in-depth understanding and genuine insight into each text. The guides are written by practising English teachers, professional writers, reviewers and academics who are experts in their fields. Each guide presents a clear, comprehensive and accessible analysis. There are over 150 titles in the Insight Text Guides series and new titles are published every year. EACH TITLE FEATURES:
  • An overview of the text for quick reference, including notes on the author’s life and work, a plot synopsis, a character map and brief character summaries
  • Discussion of the historical, cultural and social contexts relevant to the text
  • Close analysis of each chapter/scene/story, with chapter questions
  • Detailed analysis of characters, themes and ideas
  • Discussion of different responses to and interpretations of the text
  • Guidelines on successful essay writing
  • Essay topics, a sample analysis of a topic and a sample essay on the text.
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Richard IIl – William Shakespeare – Insight

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Insight Text Guides take students into the deeper layers of meaning in a range of popular novels, plays, films, short-story collections and nonfiction texts. They are designed to develop detailed knowledge, in-depth understanding and genuine insight into each text. The guides are written by practising English teachers, professional writers, reviewers and academics who are experts in their fields. Each guide presents a clear, comprehensive and accessible analysis. There are over 150 titles in the Insight Text Guides series and new titles are published every year. EACH TITLE FEATURES:
  • An overview of the text for quick reference, including notes on the author’s life and work, a plot synopsis, a character map and brief character summaries
  • Discussion of the historical, cultural and social contexts relevant to the text
  • Close analysis of each chapter/scene/story, with chapter questions
  • Detailed analysis of characters, themes and ideas
  • Discussion of different responses to and interpretations of the text
  • Guidelines on successful essay writing
  • Essay topics, a sample analysis of a topic and a sample essay on the text.
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Romeo and Juliet – Shakespeare Play Series

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Developed and written by leading teachers and Shakespearean specialists, each text in the Insight Shakespeare Plays series contains the play text as well as detailed background notes and a wide range of questions and activities. Shakespeare’s techniques and conventions are explained thoroughly and accessibly, and key vocabulary is defined throughout, giving students confidence with the language. Brief synopses and ‘Before you read’ notes before each scene guide students in their reading, while graded questions after each scene enhance understanding and lead to higher-level explorations of language and ideas. EACH TITLE FEATURES:
  • Accessible text notes on each page of the play text
  • A brief synopsis, character list and key vocabulary at the start of each scene, to orient students to the text
  • Stimulating historical background information, explanations of themes and techniques, and different interpretations compared and contrasted
  • Numerous questions and activities for varied exploration of the play, including ideas for performance, creative writing, illustration and analysis.
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Romeo and Juliet – Shakespeare Play Series

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Developed and written by leading teachers and Shakespearean specialists, each text in the Insight Shakespeare Plays series contains the play text as well as detailed background notes and a wide range of questions and activities. Shakespeare’s techniques and conventions are explained thoroughly and accessibly, and key vocabulary is defined throughout, giving students confidence with the language. Brief synopses and ‘Before you read’ notes before each scene guide students in their reading, while graded questions after each scene enhance understanding and lead to higher-level explorations of language and ideas. EACH TITLE FEATURES:
  • Accessible text notes on each page of the play text
  • A brief synopsis, character list and key vocabulary at the start of each scene, to orient students to the text
  • Stimulating historical background information, explanations of themes and techniques, and different interpretations compared and contrasted
  • Numerous questions and activities for varied exploration of the play, including ideas for performance, creative writing, illustration and analysis.
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Selected Poems – Kenneth Slessor

Original price was: $24.95.Current price is: $19.95.
Insight Text Guides take students into the deeper layers of meaning in a range of popular novels, plays, films, short-story collections and nonfiction texts. They are designed to develop detailed knowledge, in-depth understanding and genuine insight into each text. The guides are written by practising English teachers, professional writers, reviewers and academics who are experts in their fields. Each guide presents a clear, comprehensive and accessible analysis. There are over 150 titles in the Insight Text Guides series and new titles are published every year. EACH TITLE FEATURES:
  • An overview of the text for quick reference, including notes on the author’s life and work, a plot synopsis, a character map and brief character summaries
  • Discussion of the historical, cultural and social contexts relevant to the text
  • Close analysis of each chapter/scene/story/poem, with questions
  • Detailed analysis of characters, themes and ideas
  • Discussion of different responses to and interpretations of the text
  • Guidelines on successful essay writing
  • Essay topics, a sample analysis of a topic and a sample essay on the text.
In Insight’s Text Guide Kenneth Slessor’s Selected Poems the following poems are analysed in some detail:
  • ‘The Night-Ride’
  • ‘Winter Dawn’
  • ‘Last Trams’
  • ‘Music IV’, ‘Music V’, ‘Music IX’
  • ‘Country Towns’
  • ‘North Country’
  • ‘South Country’
  • ‘Stars’
  • ‘To Myself’
  • ‘Heine in Paris’
  • ‘Fixed Ideas’
  • ‘Crow Country’
  • ‘Glubbdubdrib’
  • ‘Gulliver’
  • ‘Waters’
  • ‘Burying Friends’
  • ‘Elegy in a Botanic Gardens’
  • ‘Beach Burial’
  • ‘Nuremberg’
  • ‘Five Visions of Captain Cook’
  • ‘Out of Time’
  • ‘Five Bells’
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Selected Poems – Kenneth Slessor

Original price was: $24.95.Current price is: $19.95.
Insight Text Guides take students into the deeper layers of meaning in a range of popular novels, plays, films, short-story collections and nonfiction texts. They are designed to develop detailed knowledge, in-depth understanding and genuine insight into each text. The guides are written by practising English teachers, professional writers, reviewers and academics who are experts in their fields. Each guide presents a clear, comprehensive and accessible analysis. There are over 150 titles in the Insight Text Guides series and new titles are published every year. EACH TITLE FEATURES:
  • An overview of the text for quick reference, including notes on the author’s life and work, a plot synopsis, a character map and brief character summaries
  • Discussion of the historical, cultural and social contexts relevant to the text
  • Close analysis of each chapter/scene/story/poem, with questions
  • Detailed analysis of characters, themes and ideas
  • Discussion of different responses to and interpretations of the text
  • Guidelines on successful essay writing
  • Essay topics, a sample analysis of a topic and a sample essay on the text.
In Insight’s Text Guide Kenneth Slessor’s Selected Poems the following poems are analysed in some detail:
  • ‘The Night-Ride’
  • ‘Winter Dawn’
  • ‘Last Trams’
  • ‘Music IV’, ‘Music V’, ‘Music IX’
  • ‘Country Towns’
  • ‘North Country’
  • ‘South Country’
  • ‘Stars’
  • ‘To Myself’
  • ‘Heine in Paris’
  • ‘Fixed Ideas’
  • ‘Crow Country’
  • ‘Glubbdubdrib’
  • ‘Gulliver’
  • ‘Waters’
  • ‘Burying Friends’
  • ‘Elegy in a Botanic Gardens’
  • ‘Beach Burial’
  • ‘Nuremberg’
  • ‘Five Visions of Captain Cook’
  • ‘Out of Time’
  • ‘Five Bells’
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Insight Text Guides take students into the deeper layers of meaning in a range of popular novels, plays, films, short-story collections and nonfiction texts. They are designed to develop detailed knowledge, in-depth understanding and genuine insight into each text. The guides are written by practising English teachers, professional writers, reviewers and academics who are experts in their fields. Each guide presents a clear, comprehensive and accessible analysis. There are over 150 titles in the Insight Text Guides series and new titles are published every year. EACH TITLE FEATURES:
  • An overview of the text for quick reference, including notes on the author’s life and work, a plot synopsis, a character map and brief character summaries
  • Discussion of the historical, cultural and social contexts relevant to the text
  • Close analysis of each chapter/scene/story/poem, with questions
  • Detailed analysis of characters, themes and ideas
  • Discussion of different responses to and interpretations of the text
  • Guidelines on successful essay writing
  • Essay topics, a sample analysis of a topic and a sample essay on the text.
The Insight Text Guide William Wordsworth’s Selected Poems refers mainly to the versions of the poems included in Penguin’s Selected Poems (2004). The following poems are analysed in detail:
  • ‘A slumber did my spirit seal’
  • ‘Composed Upon Westminster Bridge’
  • ‘I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud’ (also known as ‘Daffodils’; the Appendix includes the version analysed in this guide)
  • ‘It is a beauteous Evening’
  • ‘Lines Written a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey’ (usually known simply as ‘Tintern Abbey’)
  • ‘Lines Written in Early Spring’
  • ‘Lucy Gray’
  • ‘Michael’
  • ‘My heart leaps up’
  • ‘Nutting’
  • ‘Ode: Intimations of Immortality’
  • ‘Resolution and Independence’
  • ‘Strange fits of passion I have known’ (the Appendix includes the version analysed in the guide)
  • The Prelude
  • ‘The Ruined Cottage’
  • ‘The Solitary Reaper’
  • ‘We Are Seven’
  • ‘Yew-Trees’
  • ‘Steamboats, Viaducts, and Railways’ (included in the Appendix)
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Selected Poems – William Wordsworth – Insight

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Insight Text Guides take students into the deeper layers of meaning in a range of popular novels, plays, films, short-story collections and nonfiction texts. They are designed to develop detailed knowledge, in-depth understanding and genuine insight into each text. The guides are written by practising English teachers, professional writers, reviewers and academics who are experts in their fields. Each guide presents a clear, comprehensive and accessible analysis. There are over 150 titles in the Insight Text Guides series and new titles are published every year. EACH TITLE FEATURES:
  • An overview of the text for quick reference, including notes on the author’s life and work, a plot synopsis, a character map and brief character summaries
  • Discussion of the historical, cultural and social contexts relevant to the text
  • Close analysis of each chapter/scene/story/poem, with questions
  • Detailed analysis of characters, themes and ideas
  • Discussion of different responses to and interpretations of the text
  • Guidelines on successful essay writing
  • Essay topics, a sample analysis of a topic and a sample essay on the text.
The Insight Text Guide William Wordsworth’s Selected Poems refers mainly to the versions of the poems included in Penguin’s Selected Poems (2004). The following poems are analysed in detail:
  • ‘A slumber did my spirit seal’
  • ‘Composed Upon Westminster Bridge’
  • ‘I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud’ (also known as ‘Daffodils’; the Appendix includes the version analysed in this guide)
  • ‘It is a beauteous Evening’
  • ‘Lines Written a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey’ (usually known simply as ‘Tintern Abbey’)
  • ‘Lines Written in Early Spring’
  • ‘Lucy Gray’
  • ‘Michael’
  • ‘My heart leaps up’
  • ‘Nutting’
  • ‘Ode: Intimations of Immortality’
  • ‘Resolution and Independence’
  • ‘Strange fits of passion I have known’ (the Appendix includes the version analysed in the guide)
  • The Prelude
  • ‘The Ruined Cottage’
  • ‘The Solitary Reaper’
  • ‘We Are Seven’
  • ‘Yew-Trees’
  • ‘Steamboats, Viaducts, and Railways’ (included in the Appendix)
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