As part of a series aiming to stimulate discussion and one which provides ideas for pupils' own writing, this story features Billy Liar, for whom life is full of problems. He dreams of glory and success which contrasts sharply with the drabness of life in a northern town in the early 1960s.
This series aims to offer quality literature which is accessible to young readers in the 11-16 age group. It deals with key issues in a multicultural world and aims to provide stimulating material reflecting male and female interests. It is intended for class use and for GCSE examination and coursework, encouraging pupils to examine the different ways of looking at the text and to express their personal views using supporting evidence from the text. Suggestions for writing are included which give pupils an opportunity to respond to what they have read through imaginative writing, dramatic reconstructions as well as the traditional critical essay. This book by Keith Waterhouse features Billy Liar, for whom life is full of problems. He dreams of glory and success which contrasts sharply with the drabness of life in a northern town in the early 1960s.
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