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"Of Mice and Men" (York Notes) by Martin Stephen
The Great Gatsby: York Notes for A-Level (York Notes Advanced) by Julian Cowley
Harper Lee, to Kill a Mockingbird: Notes by Rosamund Metcalf
James Joyce, "Dubliners" (York Notes) by A. Norman Jeffares
Julius Caesar, William Shakespeare by Martin J. Walker
Pygmalion (York Notes for GCSE) by David Langston
Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare : Notes by John Polley
To Kill a Mockingbird (York Notes) by Beth Sims
York Notes for GCSE: HENRY V / William Shakespeare by David Langston
York Notes for GCSE: MACBETH / William Shakespeare by James Sale
York Notes for GCSE: THE CRUCIBLE / Arthur Miller by David Langston
York Notes on Arthur Miller's "Crucible" (Longman Literature Guides) by Dennis Welland
York Notes on Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman" by Adrian Page
York Notes on Charles Dickens' "Great Expectations" (Longman Literature Guides) by A.N. Jeffares
York Notes on Emily Bronte's "Wuthering Heights" (Longman Literature Guides) by A.J.P. Smith
York Notes on Tennessee Williams' "Streetcar Named Desire" (York Notes Advanced) by Hana Sambrook
York Notes On The Mill On The Floss by Grahame Smith
York Notes on Thomas Hardy's "Mayor of Casterbridge" (York Notes) by Hilda D. Spear
York Notes on William Shakespeare's "Merchant of Venice" (Longman Literature Guides) by Declan Kiberd
York Notes on: BRAVE NEW WORLD / Aldous Huxley by Michael Routh
York Notes on: BRIGHTON ROCK / Graham Greene by Michael Routh
York Notes on: FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD / Thomas Hardy by Thomas Hardy
York Notes on: FRANKENSTEIN / Mary Shelley by Stephen Boyd
York Notes on: MEASURE FOR MEASURE / William Shakespeare by John Saunders
York Notes on: MIDDLEMARCH / George Eliot by Andrew Rutherford
York Notes on: RICHARD II / William Shakespeare by N. H. Keeble
York Notes on: RICHARD III / William Shakespeare by Charles Barber
York Notes on: SILAS MARNER / George Eliot by Andrew Rutherford
York Notes on: THE WIDE SARGASSO SEA / Jean Rhys by Loreto Todd
York Notes on: THE WIFE OF BATH's PROLOGUE AND TALE / Geoffrey Chaucer by W. G. East
York Notes on: THE WINTER'S TALE / William Shakespeare by Loreto Todd
York Notes: A KESTREL FOR A KNAVE / Barry Hines by Chrissie Wright
York Notes: HARD TIMES / Charles Dickens by Dominic Hyland
York Notes: LORD OF THE FLIES / William Golding by S.W. Foster
York Notes: PADDY CLARKE, HA HA HA / Roddy Doyle by Roddy Doyle
York Notes: SELECTED POEMS / John Milton by Peter C. Bayley
York Notes: SIX WOMEN POETS by James Sale
George Orwell, 'Animal farm' : notes by Robert Welch37
The Invisible Man: Notes by Martin Stephen52
George Orwell, Nineteen eighty-four by Robert Welch67

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Recommendations

  1. Wuthering Heights [York Notes Advanced] by Emily Brontë (1998)
  2. York Notes on William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" (Longman Literature Guides) by Alasdair D.F. Macrae (1980)
  3. York Notes on Joseph Conrad's "Heart of Darkness" (Longman Literature Guides) by Hena Maes-Jelinek (1982)
  4. An Inspector Calls [York Notes] by John Scicluna (1997)
  5. York Notes on William Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing" by John Drakakis (1980)
  6. Of Mice and Men (Literature Made Easy) by Ruth Coleman (1998)
  7. The Crucible by Arthur Miller (1959)
  8. Letts Explore "Romeo and Juliet" (Letts Literature Guide) by Stewart Martin (1994)
  9. Letts Explore "Of Mice and Men" (Letts Literature Guide) by Stewart Martin (1994)
  10. Charles Dickens (Sutton Pocket Biographies) by Catherine Peters (1998)
  11. York Notes on Susan Hill's "I'm the King of the Castle" by Hana Sambrook (1992)
  12. Chinua Achebe's "Things Fall Apart" (York Notes) by T.A. Dunn (1981)
  13. Letts Explore "Lord of the Flies" (Letts Literature Guide) by Stewart Martin (1994)
  14. Dickens, Hard times, Great expectations, and Our mutual friend : a casebook by Norman Page (1979)
  15. Measure for Measure (York Notes Advanced series) by William Shakespeare (2003)

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