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Rollercoasters: 20th- and 21st-Century Fiction and Non-Fiction by Christopher Edge

Rollercoasters: 20th- and 21st-Century Fiction and Non-Fiction

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Rollercoasters: 20th- and 21st-Century Fiction and Non-Fiction by Christopher Edge

This collection captures the full range of writing from the 20th and 21st centuries, with fiction, non-fiction and literary non-fiction organised into themes that help you to explore the events, the people and their views on different aspects of life across this time period. The collection includes extracts from novels and short stories by authors such as George Orwell, Andrea Levy and D. H Lawrence, and an array of non-fiction and literary non-fiction sources including newspaper and magazine articles, autobiographies and memoirs, travel writing, letters, essays, diaries and accounts, making it ideal preparation for GCSE English Language and GCSE English Literature requirements and the perfect companion to the 19th-Century Fiction and Non-fiction collection.

About the Author

Christopher Edge

Christopher Edge is an writer, freelance publisher and education consultant as well as an accomplished author of children's books.

He grew up in Manchester and before becoming writer, worked as an English teacher and editor.

His books include Twelve Minutes to Midnight and the Dead Ways Trilogy.

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272 pages


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Publication date

26th November 2016



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