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Reading List – IB English Lit

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Please find below a reading list for next year’s IB English Literature students :

Standard Level and Higher Level:
Gweilo by Martin Booth 0553816721
Persepolis by Satrapi 0375714839
Oleanna by Mamet 0413626202
A Streetcar Named Desire by Williams 0141190272
Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller 0141182741
The World’s Wife by Duffy 033037222X
Othello by Shakespeare 0141012315
The Minority Report by Philip K Dick – the text provided by school but students will need access to a copy of this film
Selected poems by Sylvia Plath – an anthology will be provided by school
Selected poems by Transtromer- an anthology will be provided by school

Higher Level only
The Assault by Mulisch  0394744209
The Things They Carried by O’Brien 0006543944
The Importance of Being Earnest by Wilde 1480173150

IB English Language and Literature:

At this stage, students are required to buy and read the core literature texts only.  Teachers will explain the other text choices at the start of Y12.

Higher and Standard Level:

The World’s Wife by Duffy 033037222X
A Streetcar Named Desire by Williams 0141190272

These books are available at HK Book Centre and via Paddyfield.com

Please note that students can purchase IB textbooks from Paddyfield as well as the HK Book Centre.

A link to the full reading list can be found …here.

Please, also find  the list of book with ISBN numbers added here.


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