A quick and comprehensive reference for people who enjoy solving crosswords; with over 100,000 words and phrases arranged alphabetically and by word length for easy look-up, the Oxford Crossword Dictionary is the crossword enthusiast's key to success. It is based on the rich resources of Oxford's Dictionary Department and the largest language research programme in the world.
Binti's father is dying from AIDS, a disease that nobody in their town in Malawi dares name aloud. When the family is split up and sent to live with various scared and cruel relatives, Binti knows that it is up to her to reunite them. But her fight to do so means coming to an understanding of herself, and also of human nature.
Kant is arguably the most influential modern philosopher, but also one of the most difficult. Roger Scruton tackles his exceptionally complex subject with a strong hand, exploring the background to Kant's work and showing why the "Critique of Pure Reason" has proved so enduring.
The stories in this volume focus on the often lonely efforts of individuals as they battle against the powerful forces of society, tradition and authority, particularly from the point of view of women. It is suitable for GCSE and Standard Grade students.