Gothic Tales

Gothic Tales

Author: Benjamin Hulme-Cross

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ISBN: 0198357818

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Supporting the guidelines of the new Key Stage 3 curriculum, this collection of contemporary and classic tales and poems is an ideal introduction to the gothic genre.



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