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How good is your English? iPhone app

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Format: iOS App

Use the 'My level' test in this app to find the right reading level, and then enjoy a chapter from one of our 30 Oxford Bookworms apps, for free.

How good is your English? iPad app

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Format: iOS App

Find the right level of English and read your way to better English

Oxford Bookworms Library Level 6: The Woman in White e-book

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Third Edition

Level 6: 2,500 Word Vocabulary

Wilkie Collins Retold by Richard G. Lewis

Format: e-book

B2/C1

This famous mystery thriller by Wilkie Collins has excitement, suspense, romance, and a plot that twists and turns on every page.

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Oxford Bookworms Library Level 6: Vanity Fair e-book

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Third Edition

Level 6: 2,500 Word Vocabulary

William Thackeray Retold by Diane Mowat

Format: e-book

B2/C1

When Becky Sharp and Amelia Sedley leave school, their feet are set on very different paths.

Useful and free

Oxford Bookworms Library Level 6: Oliver Twist e-book

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2,500 Word Vocabulary

Charles Dickens Retold by Richard Rogers

Format: e-book

B2/C1

London in the 1830s was no place to be if you were a hungry ten-year-old boy, an orphan without friends or family, with no home to go to, and only a penny in your pocket to buy a piece of bread.

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Oxford Bookworms Library Level 6: Pride and Prejudice e-book

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2,500 Word Vocabulary

Jane Austen Retold by Clare West

Format: e-book

B2/C1

The moment I first met you, I noticed your pride, your sense of superiority, and your selfish disdain for the feelings of others. You are the last man in the world whom I could ever be persuaded to marry,' said Elizabeth Bennet.

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Oxford Bookworms Library: A Passage to India

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Level 6: 2,500 Word Vocabulary

E. M. Forster

Format: Paperback

B2/C1

A mysterious incident at the Marabar Caves, involving Adela Quested, newly arrived from England, and Dr Aziz, an Indian doctor, leads to a drama that divides the British and Indian communities in anger, distrust, and fear. Forsters great novel brings to life all the dangers and misunderstandings of colonialism but, as Forster himself wrote, the story is about something wider than politics, about the search of the human race for a more lasting home, about the universe as embodied in the Indian earth and the Indian sky, about the horror lurking in the Marabar Caves...

Oxford Bookworms Library: Vanity Fair

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Third Edition

Level 6: 2,500 Word Vocabulary

William Thackeray and Diane Mowat

Format: Paperback

B2/C1

When Becky Sharp and Amelia Sedley leave school, their feet are set on very different paths. Kind, foolish Amelia returns to her comfortable home and wealthy family, to await a suitable marriage, while Becky must look out for herself, earning her own living in a hard world. But Becky is neither kind nor foolish, and with her quick brain and keen eye for a chance, her fortunes soon rise, while Amelia's fall. Greed, ambition, loyalty, folly, wisdom . . . Thackeray's famous novel gives us a witty and satirical picture of English society during the Napoleonic wars.

Oxford Bookworms Library: The Joy Luck Club

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Level 6: 2,500 Word Vocabulary

Amy Tan and Clare West

Format: Paperback

B2/C1

There are so many things that a mother wishes to teach her daughter. How to lose your innocence but not your hope. How to keep hoping, when hope is your only joy. How to laugh for ever. This is the story of four mothers and their daughters - Chinese-American women, the mothers born in China, and the daughters born in America. Through their eyes we see life in pre-Revolutionary China, and life in downtown San Francisco; women struggling to find a cultural identity that can include a past and a future half a world apart.

Oxford Bookworms Library: Barchester Towers

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Level 6: 2,500 Word Vocabulary

Anthony Trollope and Clare West

Format: Paperback

B2/C1

Mrs Proudie, the warlike wife of the new Bishop of Barchester, brings the Reverend Slope into the Bishop's Palace to help dominate her husband and rule the local clergy. But Slope is a snake in the grass, determined to find a rich wife, to win advancement for himself, even to fight Mrs Proudie if necessary. Their battle becomes a furious dance, involving rich, pretty Widow Bold, angry Archdeacon Grantly, man-eating Signora Neroni, gentle Mr Harding, confused Parson Quiverful and his fourteen noisy children. This classic comic story is Trollope's most famous novel.