Книги издательства Mary Glasgow Books
Students learning English need to familiarise themselves with the culture of English-speaking countries to provide a context for their study of the English language. This title allows teachers to present aspects of contemporary US culture to their students which will broaden their knowledge of the English-speaking world.
Orphaned as a young child, Jane Eyre has an unhappy start to life living with her cruel aunt and cousins and later enduring the hardships of Lowood school. After taking up a post as a governess, her life begins to improve, helped by her growing friendship with Mr Rochester, her surly employer. But can she achieve true happiness in a place filled with dark secrets?
Adapted from the screenplay by Julian Fellowes. Verona, Italy. 1526. When Romeo Montague meets Juliet Capulet at a party, they fall in love at once. But their families have been enemies for years. Can their love stop the fighting? Or is a happy ending impossible? This is the story of Romeo and Juliet: Shakespeare' most famous lovers. With a Fact File on William Shakespeare.