- Subject(s):English Literature
- Available from: July 2018
This series contains poetry and prose anthologies composed of writers from across the English-speaking world.
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Parts of Songs of Ourselves Volume 1 are set for study in Cambridge IGCSE®, O Level and Cambridge International AS & A Level Literature in English syllabuses. The anthology includes work from over 100 poets, combining famous names – such as William Wordsworth, Maya Angelou and Seamus Heaney – with lesser-known voices. This helps students create fresh and interesting contrasts as they explore themes that range from love to death.
Parts of the book are set for study in Cambridge IGCSE, O Level and AS and A Level Literature in English syllabuses, but it is designed to have a broader appeal and function, providing verse to enjoy for readers of all ages and backgrounds.
Famous poets, from Shakespeare to Les Murray, mingle with a wide range of lesser known (but no less exciting and original) voices old and new, often neglected by anthologies.
This international anthology contains a wide variety of poetry from across the English-speaking world.
Thematic groupings allow students to make many different connections between the poems, enchancing appreciation and broadening the reader's experience of poetry.
Brief notes under the poems help with difficult words, phrases and references.
Can be used alongside Songs of Ourselves Volume 2 and Stories of Ourselves Volumes 1 and 2.
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