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Written by an AP English teacher, the targeted review chapters prepare you for the exam by only focusing on the topics tested on the AP English Literature & Composition exam: prose, poetry, drama, reading passages, and writing an essay. The author shares her detailed question-level strategies and explains the best way to answer the multiple-choice and essay questions. By following her expert advice, you can boost your overall point score.
Lord Gamwell followed the man to the middle of Sherwood Forest. There, in the spring sunshine, he saw his daughter. He also saw a baby boy in her arms. Joanna looked up at her father and smiled. 'This is Robin, your grandson,' she said.
Robin Hood was born in the forest, and the forest was his home for much of his life. His story is hundreds of years old. At that time, in England, many Saxon people lived in small villages on the lands of important Norman lords (from Normandy, now in France). Other people lived on church lands. Life was...
Cơn mưa bất ngờ xối ào ào xuống mặt đường. Lỡ gọi tính tiền nên tôi cho tay vào túi lấy bóp. Hà giữ tay tôi lại, anh định đội mưa sao. Tôi cười, đi dưới mưa cũng thú. Hà không cười, anh không sợ đường trơn. Cùng lắm là... chụp ếch. Có vẻ như Hà đang mường tượng cảnh tôi lóp ngóp trên đường. Sợ không chụp ếch mà đập đầu… Hà bỏ lửng, chăm chăm nhìn tôi. Gặp lúc nào tôi cũng thấy gương mặt Hà trang điểm khá kỹ, đặc biệt là đôi mắt.
This book is a true story. Or rather it is several true stories. Really, it is acollection of memories, and in the process of writing them down, andcomparing them, we have learned that memory is a tricky thing. It’s like re-turning to the house in which you lived as a child. The staircase you re-membered as that monumental thing you crawled up slowly on your handsand knees is now something you can run up, hands free, two steps at a time.Well, you weren’t wrong then, and you aren’t wrong now...