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A Step 5 Reading and Training graded reader, retold by Jennifer Gascoigne. When Elizabeth Bennet first meets Darcy, she finds him proud, arrogant and rude. In time she makes the painful discovery that first impressions can be wrong and eventually love triumphs over prejudice.
This reader uses the "Expansive Reading"approach, where the
text becomes a springboard to improve language skills and to explore historical background, cultural connections and other topics suggested by the text. As well as the story, this reader contains:
• A wide range of interactive activities practising the four skills
• Dossiers: The Regency Era, The Jane Austen Industry
• FCE-style interactive activities and Trinity-style interactive activities (Grade 8)
• A full recording of the text
Collagist Fabe adds flair to Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice with 39 original illustrations that accompany the unabridged text. Fabe's collages overlay bright, watercolor-washed scenes with retro cut-paper figures and objects sampled from fashion magazines from the 1930s to the '50s. Accompanying each tableau is a quote from the Pride and Prejudice passage that inspired it. Like Austen's book, Fabe's work explores arcane customs of beauty and courtship, pageantry and social artifice: in one collage, a housewife holds a tray of drinks while a man sits happily with a sandwich in hand in the distance. While tinged with irony and more than a dash of social commentary, the collages nevertheless have a spirit of glee and evidence deep reverence for the novel. As Fabe describes in a preface, Austen "was a little bit mean the way real people are mean so there are both heroes and nincompoops. Family is both beloved and annoying. That is Austen's genius, her ability to describe people in all their frailty and humor." This is a sweet and visually appealing homage. (BookLife)
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Excercises that don't work at all over Mac
This book is available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac and some features "may not work as intended ....".
But this it is not correct. They should write that: this collection of books contains many excercises that don't work at all over Mac.
Please solve these defects, I think these books are really good to improve your english if you have a Mac device.