Titel: The Biblio File : An Index of Prose Passages...
Verlag: Basil Blackwell, Oxford, first edition, 1979
Einband: Soft cover
Printed wrappers, 8vo, 21 cm, x, 354 pp. From the blurb: "A reference tool for all teachers who use prose extracts in thematic teaching. The author has indexed novels and autobiographical works which are commonly found in school libraries, and which contain passages which relate to a wide range of themes. The passages were chosen for their quality, the fact that they can be understood out of context, and because they could be catalogued under a number of different themes. The Subject Index forms the main part of the book. Each subject has a number of suggested passages. A short digest of the passage is given to help the teacher assess its suitability. Cross-references are used extensively. The Author Index contains full biographical details A short index of frequently-used school anthologies is also included." Name on front inside wrapper, otherwise Very Good. Buchnummer des Verkäufers ABE-14902
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