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Stories of Ourselves: The University of Cambridge International Examinations Anthology of Stories in English (Cambridge Learning) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-03-03 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 5 user ratings
ISBN:052172791X
LANGUAGE:English

" For my Cambridge Exam, I am required to read 12 short stories from this book and out of those 12 stories, three of them have become my all-time favorites. Sredni Vashtar and Report on a Threatened City were eloquently written and deserve much appraisal. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys reading for leisure as a hobby and can appreciate writers who capture the archetype of the human mind in such a sophisticated and exceptional manner. " said.

" It's required reading for the A-Levels. I am teaching it to my students. I must say some of the stories are incredibly depressing. Writing an essay on these stories is demanding because you have to remember mini plots for some 10 + stories. I'd rather red a novel. Luckily in 2016 the choice is to substitute them with House of Mirth by Edith Wharton which I will definitely do. Not the most uplifting story, but very interesting and well-written. " said.

" An exceptional collection of stories, some with deep and insightful messages. I enjoyed reading these stories for my A level exams. " said.

" For my Cambridge Exam, I am required to read 12 short stories from this book and out of those 12 stories, three of them have become my all-time favorites. Sredni Vashtar and Report on a Threatened City were eloquently written and deserve much appraisal. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys reading for leisure as a hobby and can appreciate writers who capture the archetype of the human mind in such a sophisticated and exceptional manner. " said.

" It's required reading for the A-Levels. I am teaching it to my students. I must say some of the stories are incredibly depressing. Writing an essay on these stories is demanding because you have to remember mini plots for some 10 + stories. I'd rather red a novel. Luckily in 2016 the choice is to substitute them with House of Mirth by Edith Wharton which I will definitely do. Not the most uplifting story, but very interesting and well-written. " said.

" An exceptional collection of stories, some with deep and insightful messages. I enjoyed reading these stories for my A level exams. " said.

" For my Cambridge Exam, I am required to read 12 short stories from this book and out of those 12 stories, three of them have become my all-time favorites. Sredni Vashtar and Report on a Threatened City were eloquently written and deserve much appraisal. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys reading for leisure as a hobby and can appreciate writers who capture the archetype of the human mind in such a sophisticated and exceptional manner. " said.

" It's required reading for the A-Levels. I am teaching it to my students. I must say some of the stories are incredibly depressing. Writing an essay on these stories is demanding because you have to remember mini plots for some 10 + stories. I'd rather red a novel. Luckily in 2016 the choice is to substitute them with House of Mirth by Edith Wharton which I will definitely do. Not the most uplifting story, but very interesting and well-written. " said.

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