Border Crossing: Cambridge Wizard Student Guide

By: Salamon, Marta, McRoberts, Richard

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Border Crossing is a psychological thriller by noted contemporary author Pat Barker. It concerns a disturbed young man, jailed for the murder of an old lady, who years later seeks out the psychologist responsible for his commitment - though his motives remain unclear. The text explores the troubling but highly relevant issues of crime, punishment and morality. Written by an experienced teacher, this guide offers you background notes on the author, and on the novel's genre, structure and style. You are then taken through the text chapter by chapter, with teacher explanations of the author's subtext. To extend your understanding and interpretation of the text, this guide also includes comprehensive notes on characters and themes, critical assessments of the novel, and a two full length A+ essays on the text.

Title: Border Crossing: Cambridge Wizard Student Guide

Author Name: Salamon, Marta, McRoberts, Richard

Categories: VCE text guides,

Publisher: United Kingdom, Cambridge University Press: 17/Mar/2004

ISBN Number: 0521547040

ISBN Number 13: 9780521547048

Binding: Paperback

Seller ID: 6341

Description: 64 Border Crossing is a psychological thriller by noted contemporary author Pat Barker. It concerns a disturbed young man, jailed for the murder of an old lady, who years later seeks out the psychologist responsible for his commitment - though his motives remain unclear. The text explores the troubling but highly relevant issues of crime, punishment and morality. Written by an experienced teacher, this guide offers you background notes on the author, and on the novel's genre, structure and style. You are then taken through the text chapter by chapter, with teacher explanations of the author's subtext. To extend your understanding and interpretation of the text, this guide also includes comprehensive notes on characters and themes, critical assessments of the novel, and a two full length A+ essays on the text. (ISBN: 9780521547048 - When referring to this item please quote our stock ID: 6341)