Collins Classroom Classics - Dracula: A-level set text student edition

Paperback

Exam board: Edexcel, OCR, Cambridge Assessment International Education
Level & Subject: AS and A Level English Literature
First teaching: September 2015
Next exams: 2024

This edition of Dracula Bram Stoker provides depth and context for A Level students, with the complete novel in an easy to read format, and a detailed introduction and bespoke glossary written by an experienced A Level teacher with academic expertise in the area.

· Affordable high quality complete text of Bram Stoker’s Dracula
· Perfectly pitched introductions provide the depth and demand required by AS and A Level English
· Explore the contemporary context, Bram Stoker’s writing, the novel’s critical reception and subsequent interpretations for a deeper reading of the text
· Expand your further reading with a list of key articles and critical and theoretical texts
· Improve your understanding of the novel with unfamiliar concepts and culturally-specific terms defined in the glossary

RRP: £3.00

ISBN

978-0-00-846538-4

Publication Date

17-06-2021

Format

Paperback

Pages

512 pages

Dimensions

111x178mm

Author

Bram Stoker and Collins, Introduction and notes by Maria Cairney

Maria Cairney currently teaches in a sixth form college in Manchester. She is an experienced A Level English Literature and English Language teacher and examiner with a PhD in Victorian literature and a special interest in 19th century serialised fiction by writers such as Charles Dickens and ArthurConan Doyle. Before becoming a teacher, Maria was also, for many years, a magazine journalist and editor.

Product Description

Exam board: Edexcel, OCR, Cambridge Assessment International Education
Level & Subject: AS and A Level English Literature
First teaching: September 2015
Next exams: 2024

This edition of Dracula Bram Stoker provides depth and context for A Level students, with the complete novel in an easy to read format, and a detailed introduction and bespoke glossary written by an experienced A Level teacher with academic expertise in the area.

· Affordable high quality complete text of Bram Stoker’s Dracula
· Perfectly pitched introductions provide the depth and demand required by AS and A Level English
· Explore the contemporary context, Bram Stoker’s writing, the novel’s critical reception and subsequent interpretations for a deeper reading of the text
· Expand your further reading with a list of key articles and critical and theoretical texts
· Improve your understanding of the novel with unfamiliar concepts and culturally-specific terms defined in the glossary

ISBN

978-0-00-846538-4

Publication Date

17-06-2021

Format

Paperback

Pages

512 pages

Dimensions

111x178mm

Product Description

Exam board: Edexcel, OCR, Cambridge Assessment International Education
Level & Subject: AS and A Level English Literature
First teaching: September 2015
Next exams: 2024

This edition of Dracula Bram Stoker provides depth and context for A Level students, with the complete novel in an easy to read format, and a detailed introduction and bespoke glossary written by an experienced A Level teacher with academic expertise in the area.

· Affordable high quality complete text of Bram Stoker’s Dracula
· Perfectly pitched introductions provide the depth and demand required by AS and A Level English
· Explore the contemporary context, Bram Stoker’s writing, the novel’s critical reception and subsequent interpretations for a deeper reading of the text
· Expand your further reading with a list of key articles and critical and theoretical texts
· Improve your understanding of the novel with unfamiliar concepts and culturally-specific terms defined in the glossary

Author

Bram Stoker and Collins, Introduction and notes by Maria Cairney

Maria Cairney currently teaches in a sixth form college in Manchester. She is an experienced A Level English Literature and English Language teacher and examiner with a PhD in Victorian literature and a special interest in 19th century serialised fiction by writers such as Charles Dickens and ArthurConan Doyle. Before becoming a teacher, Maria was also, for many years, a magazine journalist and editor.