Voices in Time A New Windmill Book of Literary Non-fiction by John O'Connor
  

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Voices in Time A New Windmill Book of Literary Non-fiction by John O'Connor

This lively collection of literary non-fiction contains extracts and activities for exploring and comparing letters, biography, autobiography, journals, reportage, diaries and speeches, all written at different periods in time. Age 12+The New Windmill Literature File provides photocopiable activities to help you link Voices in Time and other popular New Windmills to Framework objectives and approaches to learning and teaching. See The New Windmill Literature File for more information.

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Format

Hardback
192 pages

Author

John O'Connor
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Publisher

Heinemann an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

19th July 2000

ISBN

9780435125240


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