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Oxford English: an International Approach, Book

This new course provides students and teachers with current, meaningful, and practical activities along a theme based approach to help students to develop skills, gain confidence and enjoy the study o...

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Oxford Business English: Business Grammar and Pr

Provides explanations of the key grammar areas, illustrated by contextualized examples. This work includes practice activities based on language contexts relevant to the professional adult learner. It...

> Language & Linguistics Books

Oxford Dictionary of English (Dictionary)

93% positive

For many speakers and learners of English, the word "Oxford" spells authority about language. The second edition of the <I>Oxford Dictionary of English</I> is no exception. Any dictionary ...

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Streamline English: Departures - Bernard Hartley

When Christmas comes for the four March girls, there is no money for expensive presents and they give away their Christmas breakfast to a poor family. But there are no happier girls in America than Me...

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Oxford Spanish Dictionary - Beatriz Galimberti J

80% positive

The Oxford Spanish Dictionary comes with the ultimate pronunciation guide: a free state-of-the-art CD-ROM (UK and Europe only) that enables you to type in a word or phrase or paste in text from the we...

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The Communist Manifesto (Oxford World's Classics

80% positive

The Communist Manifesto is one of the most influential pieces of political propaganda ever written. It is a summary of the whole Marxist vision of history and is the foundation document of the Marxist...

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The Oxford History of the Laws of England - Patr

100% positive

A landmark series, The Oxford History of the Laws of England is the first full-length history of the English law that takes unpublished sources into account.

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Oxford Letters - Veronica Stallwood

60% positive

When Kate Ivory returns from holiday, a phone call from a concerned friend gives her some rather alarming news. Apparently, Kate's normally vibrant and energetic mother Roz is a shadow of her former s...

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Four stories that are not too bad.

Ranges from dull and boring to disturbing and depressing.

I like books that are different. Books are an obsession with me, and we have a massive collection, so I do value a book willing to break the mold and try something new -throw in a few surprises and go against your expectations. I don't mind a book being a bit twisted, as long as it still...

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Review of The Oxford Book of Christmas Stories - Dennis Pepper

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“I have seen the future...”

published 20/09/2010

Wide range of authors, subgenres and eras; inexpensive

Other than a lack of the latest fiction, not much

To seek out strange new worlds Science fiction is a genre which lends itself particularly well to the short story form, and The Oxford Book of Science Fiction Stories brings together 30 such tales from throughout (most of) the 20th century, ranging from HG Wells' "The Land Ironclads" of 1902...

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Review of The Oxford Book Of Science Fiction Stories - Tom Shippey

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“Definitive London”

published 22/01/2005

A great collection

More ancient and medieval information would be nice

The Oxford Book of London by Paul Bailey Oxford University Press Well, perhaps not definitive London, but a good collection nonetheless. Like most modern histories of London, the books pays only cursory attention to the period prior the Norman Conquest; there is a simple reason for this -- not...

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Review of The Oxford Book of London - Paul Bailey (Editor)

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