AQA GCSE English Literature Working with the Poetry Anthology and the Unseens Student Book:Hodder Education Alan Howe
Lunch with friends, frequent coffee breaks and easy living are things that come up only when you are working from home. It’s just like a dream come true for a person who wanted to enjoy life completely. Having a cup of coffee from your own coffee maker simply boasts your energy levels. While working at home, you can easily setup your schedule and can perform your tasks as per your mode. There are number of reasons which make working at home more attractive. These reasons are simply arousing the urges of human being to enjoy their lives completely. Find more thru reading this book. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Clem. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/024513/bk_acx0_024513_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Walk with Halleigh and Malek as they introduce you to a new struggle in a new city...a place called Flint, Michigan, one of the roughest little cities in America. It´s a place where the good die young, loyalty is a rarity, and everybody has a hustle. In Choosing Sides, Malek became affiliated with the North Side´s biggest kingpin, and Halleigh was manipulated into the streets by his South Side adversary. North versus South, love versus loyalty, and lies versus truth. Now the saga continues in Working Girls, as we are introduced to the Manolo Mamis, the baddest chicks in the game. They´re playin´ for keeps, and their services come with a price - an expensive one. Halleigh is knee-deep in the game. She has become lost, turned out at the hands of her pimp, Manolo. Will she and Malek ever meet again? And if they do, will they share the same love that they once had, or is it too late? Welcome to Working Girls. The saga continues. 1. Language: English. Narrator: L. Steven Taylor. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/010687/bk_blak_010687_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
From Sky Corgan comes the sequel to Working for the Billionaires Club, a two-part series. Raven Tarley´s world fell apart when she walked into Croix´s beach house and found him holding another woman. Secrets are revealed that will change their relationship forever. As if that wasn´t enough, her past comes back to rear its ugly head. Derrick isn´t the only person who has followed her from California. Everything is changing so quickly that Raven can barely keep up. It seems like her entire life is crumbling right before her eyes. Will she be able to pull it all together in the end? And will Croix stay by her side when things hit the lowest of lows? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jessica Eastwick. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/072860/bk_acx0_072860_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
´´Thompson´s book has been called controversial, but perhaps only because so many have forgotten how explosive England was during the Regency and the early reign of Victoria. Without any reservation, The Making of the English Working Class is the most important study of those days since the classic work of the Hammonds.´´--´´Commentary´´ ´´Mr. Thompson´s deeply human imagination and controlled passion help us to recapture the agonies, heroisms and illusions of the working class as it made itself. No one interested in the history of the English people should fail to read his book.´´--London ´´Times Literary Supplement´´ A seminal text on the history of the working class by one of the most important intellectuals of the twentieth century. During the formative years of the Industrial Revolution, English workers and artisans claimed a place in society that would shape the following centuries. But the capitalist elite did not form the working class-the workers shaped their own creations, developing a shared identity in the process. Despite their lack of power and the indignity forced upon them by the upper classes, the working class emerged as England´s greatest cultural and political force. Crucial to contemporary trends in all aspects of society, at the turn of the nineteenth century, these workers united into the class that we recognize all across the Western world today. E.P. Thompson´s magnum opus, The Making of the English Working Class defined early twentieth-century English social and economic history, leading many to consider him Britain´s greatest postwar historian. Its publication in 1963 was highly controversial in academia, but the work has become one of the most influential social commentaries every written.