AQA GCSE Poetry Anthology: Conflict and Power - The Student by David Wheeler

By David Wheeler

The authoritative advisor to the AQA GCSE Anthology, that includes an illuminating advent, an entire word list and unique commentaries on all fifteen poems.

For first educating from September 2015.

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