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By David Wheeler

The authoritative advisor to the AQA GCSE Poetry Anthology - Love and Relationships, that includes an illuminating intro-duction, a whole word list and distinctive commentaries on all fifteen poems. For first instructing from September 2015. meant for GCSE students

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