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This carefully chosen selection of 14 classic works comes from the archives of Athlone Press, one of the most distinguished publishers of English criticism in the period 1950-2000...The volumes in this subset cover the work of Beowulf, Piers Plowman, Chaucer, and of course Shakespeare who is represented with a number of titles. Authors include George Kane, Derek Pearsall, Joan Rees, Mary Lascelles and E.M.W. Tillyard...All titles are in cased library bindings and are presented as complete facsimile editions...Titles in the series include:. . The Making of Menander's Comedy, Sander M. Goldberg. . The Mode and Meaning of Beowulf, Margaret E. Goldsmith. . Enchanted Ground: The Study of Medieval Romance in the Eighteenth Century, Arthur Johnston. . Piers Plowman: The Evidence for Authorship, George Kane. . Chaucer and Langland: Historical and Textual Approaches, George Kane. . Medieval Literature and Civilization: Studies in Memory of G. N. Garmonsway, Edited by D. A. Pearsall and R. A. Waldron. . Coriolanus in Europe, David Daniell. . Hamlet Closely Observed, Martin Dodsworth. . Tudor Verse Satire, K. W. Gransden. . Selected Writings of Fulke Greville, Joan Rees. . Shakespeare and the Story: Aspects of Creation, Joan Rees. . Shakespeare's 'Measure for Measure,' Mary Lascelles. . Four Tudor Interludes, J. A. B. Somerset. . Shakespeare's Last Plays, E. M. W. Tillyard
Caribbean Primary Mathematics, the most popular maths course in the region, has been updated to meet the needs of the modern classroom delivering today's curricula. * Clear progreesion through graded Pupil Books developing skills from initial concepts through to end-of-primary-school examinations. * Encourages pupils to explore mathematics through practical hands-on activities. * Develops problem-solving skills and helps pupils connect mathematics to the real world. * Tracks progree through clear and continuous assessment. * Reinforces learning with extra practice in Workbooks for Levels 3-6. * Brings ICT to life with engaging activities on a CD-Rom for every level. * Teacher suppost at every level with a comprehensive Teacher's Guide suggesting lesson plans and teaching strategies. The authors of Caribbean Primary Mathematics have a wealth of experience in primary mathematics teaching and curriculum development. They are drawn from a wide range of Caribbean countries to enure that the materials offer best possible fit for all pupils.
This collection is a critical reflection of the evolution of Caribbean countries since the demise of the West Indies Federation in 1962. At this historical juncture, some territories opted for independence while others remained dependent territories. The volume examines Caribbean societies in comparative and general ways, covering aspects of their ongoing development and challenges. It covers such areas as Caribbean integration, the state of human capital and social policy in the region, the education sector, Caribbean economic sustainability, and, significantly, the physical environment of the Caribbean. A central question has always been: should these territories have gone independent or stayed under some British tutelage? The book addresses this question, illustrating that these island states have made considerable progress, especially in the maintenance and deepening of democratic practices.
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