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- Subject(s):English Literature
- Qualification:Cambridge IGCSE
- Author(s):Russell Carey
- Available from: November 2018
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This updated resource provides full support for the Cambridge IGCSE®, IGCSE (9-1) and O Level Literature in English syllabuses (0475 / 0992 / 2010) as well as IGCSE World Literature (0408).
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