Selected Short Stories, Henry Lawson
Insight Publications, 2002 - 63 pages
Insight Text Guides - Henry Lawson's Selected Short Stories is designed to help secondary English students understand and analyse the text. This comprehensive guide to Henry Lawson's Short Stories contains detailed character and chapter analysis and explores genre, structure, themes and language. Essay questions and sample answers help to prepare students for creating written responses to the text.
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