Sillitoe: Selected Fiction Saturday Night and Sunday Morning , The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner and A Sillitoe Selection by Andrew Copping
  

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Sillitoe: Selected Fiction Saturday Night and Sunday Morning , The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner and A Sillitoe Selection by Andrew Copping

One of a series of study aids, this book on Alan Sillitoe aims to help students in their study of set texts by increasing understanding of the books. It includes author details, background to the work, a summary of the text, analyses and sample questions with guideline answers.

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Paperback
111 pages

Author

Andrew Copping
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Publication date

30th January 1992

ISBN

9780333581995


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