Basically I want to read the texts in their full form, not abridged versions and I was wondering if anyone knew whether or not Wordsworth Classics are unabridged?
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- 12-07-2014 15:41
- 13-07-2014 16:10
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- 14-07-2014 15:24
I tend to go for Vintage or Penguin publish books instead of WW Classics because the font is bigger and their margins are bigger in case you need to write in them or just make a few references.
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- 16-07-2014 21:48
For reading on the train, they'r fine. For academic English, you want to use better editions.Last edited by TritonSails; 16-07-2014 at 21:53.