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A New Home for the “Education in Literature Collection”

Until recently, the Education in Literature Collection was shelved at one end of the Library Teaching Room on Level 4. However, whilst it is still on the same level, the books and DVDs that comprise the collection have found a … Continue reading

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Convent days

Frost in May by Antonia White (1899-1980) was first published in 1933.It was republished in 1978 by Virago Press as the first of its Modern Classics. We meet the narrator and heroine Nanda (Fernanda) Grey when she is enrolled, aged … Continue reading

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A rich heritage of books by African, Asian and Caribbean writers.

Last month was Black History Month 2015 . The following are just a few of the books by writers with an African, Asian or Caribbean heritage that can be found in the Education in Literature Collection. They describe life both in … Continue reading

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