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Cambridge Contexts in Literature

Cambridge Contexts in Literature is a series designed for students at advanced level, offering critical introductions to a range of literary topics and genres. Each volume has been carefully planned to help students evaluate the influence of literary, cultural and historical contexts on both writers and readers. Each title also contains an anthology of texts and extracts exemplifying key issues raised in the introduction to the areas of study.

: Adrian Barlow, Chief Examiner, English Literature, OCEAC

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