Matthew Fitt's But 'n' Ben A-Go-Go by Christine Robinson
  

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Matthew Fitt's But 'n' Ben A-Go-Go by Christine Robinson

Matthew Fitt's extraordinary science-fiction novel But n Ben A-Go-Go is a fast-paced cyberpunk thriller. Like many SF novels it is a conscious comment on contemporary life; with its groundbreaking use of the Scots language, it challenges orthodoxies and raises questions about how we communicate, with the world and with ourselves. Christine Robinson's SCOTNOTE study guide explores and explains the novel's complex plot, its characters and its creative use of language. This guide is suitable for senior school pupils and students at all levels.

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Paperback
64 pages

Author

Christine Robinson
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Publication date

1st October 2005

ISBN

9780948877674


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