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Includes an introduction and notes by David Blair, 440 pgs, pb.
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Includes an afterword by Sharon Kay Penman, a glossary, notes on outdated references. 510 pgs, pb.
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Includes a short introduction by Scott and explanatory notes. 434 pgs, pb.
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Studies in Poetry (Smarr), Epic of Gilgamesh (Smarr), Book of Job, Greek and Roman Mythology, Iliad, Oedipus Rex, Antigone, Aeneid, The Tragedy of Julius Caesar, The Song of Roland, Ivanhoe, La Vita Nuova, The Misanthrope, The Law, The Kreutzer Sonata.
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After going to Baltimore, Maryland, to stay with their aunt and cousins while their father is in the hospital, Roger and Ann find themselves caught up in a world of adventure! It all started harmlessly enough, with a viewing of Ivanhoe and a brand new toy castle replete with medieval figures. But after falling asleep one night, Roger finds himself shrunken down to the size of his toy knights and back in the olden days of 12th century England. Soon he is mistaken by his toys for a magic elf and becomes something of a nuisance to the Normans and a hero to the Saxons. When he wakes up the next morning, he tells his sister and his cousins all about his adventures. Before long, all four of them are questing together during their nighttime rest in the world Ivanhoe, fighting on the side of Sir Wilfred, Rebecca, and Robin Hood. However, they can only come back once every three nights. A lot seems to change in that course of time, especially when the children have so much playing to do in the daytime. Just building a cityscape out of household items will drastically affect the world of their toys. What could turn Sir Wilfred into a sci-fi nerd? What turn of events could lead to the reformation of so evil a knight as Bois-Guilbert? Join the four children in their comical journeys as they set out to overthrow an evil prince, unite true love, and save a kingdom! Softcover, 212 pages. Written by Edward Eager.
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Reading good literature opens wide the windows of the world to students. A body of materials which will link the student with the general experience of mankind is provided in this book. This collection of titles is divided into ten units presenting experiences common to people in all times and societies. Certain works have been selected to provide as wide a scope as possible and while something will interest each reader, all of the titles in this collection will not be suitable for all students. Books such as Pride and Prejudice, Little Women, The Chalk Garden, The House of Mirth, On Golden Pond, The Chocolate War, 2001: Space Odyssey, The Great Gatsby, Great Expectations
, and Ivanhoe
represent the quality books from all spectrums that this book features. The book includes a reading level identification for and a short description of all 150 featured books and then provides tests for each book. Each test in this volume contains three types of questions. A set of objective questions will measure the student's understanding of the reading content., such as the basics of plot and setting. Five short-answer questions require more inferential responses about the larger ideas that the author wishes the reader to grasp. A final challenge essay asks the student to express observations on what has been read and to support those observations with information gained from the book, other books, and life. 100 More Great Books
is constructed in the same format and contains seven units grouped in types of books: Adventure and Survival, The Maturing Self, History in Fiction, Science Fiction, Fantasy, and the Supernatural, Social Issues and Moral Challenge, Success and Achievement and Reflections of the Family. It recommends classics such as Pilgrims Progress, Jacob Have I Loved, Across Five Aprils, A Wrinkle in Time, Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee, Anna and the King of Siam, Tess of the D'Urbervilles and many more. - Rachel S.