The Woman in Black: Elementary Level (Heinemann Guided Readers)

The Woman in Black Elementary Level Heinemann Guided Readers This is an Elementary Level story in a series of ELT readers comprising a wide range of titles some original and some simplified from modern and classic novels and designed to appeal to all age group

  • Title: The Woman in Black: Elementary Level (Heinemann Guided Readers)
  • Author: Susan Hill
  • ISBN: 043527208
  • Page: 331
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  • This is an Elementary Level story in a series of ELT readers comprising a wide range of titles some original and some simplified from modern and classic novels, and designed to appeal to all age groups, tastes and cultures The books are divided into five levels Starter Level, with about 300 basic words Beginner Level 600 basic words Elementary Level 1100 Intermediate Level 1600 and Upper Level 2200 Some of the titles are also available on cassette.

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    346 thoughts on “The Woman in Black: Elementary Level (Heinemann Guided Readers)

    • Quiz es esta la mejor novela de Hill hasta ahora Es espectacular, con descripciones que hacen vivir las im genes representadas.


    • The Woman in Black is one of those rare instances of watched film before reading book It doesn t happen often And I feel confident in saying that in this case it had no affect on my experience Admittedly, it has been several years since I have watched the film, but still I think that my previous statement would hold true regardless of time passed I may re watch this weekend to test that no scratch that nonhusband is leaving for week, no ghost stories Probably will anyways I live to torment mysel [...]


    • Though apparently this was first published in 1983, it s written in the style of a late nineteenth century novel This isn t necessarily a good thing At times I felt I was wading through an over complicated story The story is atmospheric it s easy to feel that you are shut in to this old house along with the characters I liked the little dog, and was impressed that he wasn t killed off just because that s a popular thing to do in spooky stories At times I found the lead character rather obtuse No [...]


    • I bought this after seeing the movie starring Daniel Radcliffe I wanted to see what the director and scriptwriters had started with.I was astonished This book could have been written in the mid 20th century, or much earlier The style is very gothic and dark, and in some ways a throwback to the 19th century I liked it.In fact, I liked it better than the movie, though the film was extremely stylish and Daniel Radcliffe did a remarkable job with a role involving little dialogue.The book is a differ [...]


    • Susan Hill writes about an unwed mother in the late 19th Century, forced to give up her child to adoption The father refuses to marry her and bolts She gets her childless married sister to adopt the baby as her own She moves to the nearest village to be able to visit him Her sister agrees on condition she never reveals her true relationship to the boy The 6 year old child drowns in the marshes as she watches from his nursery window She is horrified, angry and crushed She rages at an unfair socie [...]


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