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  • The Short Oxford History of English Literature
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  • A History of English Literature
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    Bùi Thị Thảo Nguyễn Thị Yến Nhung Hồ Thị Phương Dung Vũ Thị Huyền Trang Course: English literature 1 Supervisor: Tran Phuong Hong May 12, 2009 Group Assignment: Oscar Wilde I. The books that truly symbolize Oscar Wilde’s modernist thinking
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  • A History of English Literature
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  • History of English Literature
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  • Eighteenth Century English Literature
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  • Edexcel English Literature Paper
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  • The History of English Literature
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  • The Questions of Gender in English Literature
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  • Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Period English Literature
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  • Aqa English Literature Section a
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  • Modern English Literature
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