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Advantages: Excellent materials, tutors and support, good value for money, interesting assignments Disadvantages: It's expensive (although there is financial support available), can be hard to motivate yourself
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Advantages: Strong pop-rock from start to finish, great vocals, very memorable, good production Disadvantages: Almost completely unknown
...it lacked the promotion etc that the original release had.
The entire recorded works of The Dummies was finally released onto one album in 1992, under the title A Day in the Life of the Dummies. It was Frank Lea who was responsible for putting the collection together, and he had been toying with the idea for a while. As reported in the April 1991 edition of Spiral Scratch, Jim Lea was...
...The Oxford Companion to English Literature is a weighty tome. But there's no fat! No, sir! Every ounce of the weight of this book is pure literary muscle!
The book was first published in 1932, edited by Sir Paul Harvey, and the current edition is edited by the author Margaret Drabble.
The book is an invaluable companion to anyone who has an interest in English, be it professional or amateur...