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Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde A Kaplan Sat Score-raising Classic (Paperback)

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Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 1607148633
ISBN-13: 9781607148630
Sku: 216807396
Publish Date: 5/3/2011
Dimensions:  (in Inches) 6.75H x 4.25L x 0.25T
Pages:  168
Edition Number:  3
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Kaplan''s SAT Score-Raising Classics make learning SAT vocabulary words easier and more enjoyable for students. Classic novels that are taught throughout high school can now be read while learning vocabulary words that frequently appear on the SAT exam. Designed for easy use, these books feature the actual text on one side of the page, with the word definitions on the opposite side. Original.
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Kaplan guarantees that readers will improve their SAT score using guides—or get their money back.

Vocabulary is a critical part of studying for the SATs. Memorizing words that are written on flashcards can be difficult because they are not put in the context of a sentence. Kaplan’s SAT Score-Raising Classics make learning SAT vocabulary words easier and more enjoyable for students. Classic novels that are taught throughout high school can now be read while learning vocabulary words that frequently appear on the SAT exam.

Designed for easy use, these books feature the actual text on one side of the page, with the word definitions on the opposite side. In addition, the vocabulary words are in easy-to-spot bold typeface throughout.

Each Kaplan SAT Score-Raising Classic features:

  • The complete text of the classic novel
  • Hundreds of vocabulary words tested on the SAT exam
  • Definitions for each highlighted work on the facing page
  • A pronunciation guide
  • An index for easy reference
  • A teachers’ guide that includes instructional suggestions, in-class activities, and homework assignments posted on our web site: kaptest.com

Kaplan’s SAT Score-Raising Classics series give readers get an invaluable learning tool and an enjoyable reading experience.

Author Bio
Robert Louis Stevenson
Stevenson's life was almost as adventurous as the stories he created. He spent much of it as a traveler, writing about his exploits in such exemplary travel books as TRAVELS WITH A DONKEY IN THE CEVENNES. He studied law but never practiced; he always wanted to write, and gave himself what amounted to a writing course, studying and copying the style and techniques of his favorite writers. His attempts paid off: his first published novel, TREASURE ISLAND, brought him money and fame. At 29 he fell in love with a married woman--alienating his family--and pursued her to California, where she divorced her husband, after which the couple married and traveled extensively in the U.S., visiting various spas and health resorts in search of a cure for the tuberculosis from which Stevenson suffered all his life. After extensive travel in the South Seas, he finally settled in Samoa, where he became involved in the lives and politics of the islanders. During all his wanderings, he continued to write, producing a total of 12 novels, many short tales, three plays, poetry (including the classic A CHILD'S GARDEN OF VERSES), and dozens of books of essays and travel pieces. He died in Samoa at 44--suddenly, of apoplexy, as he was making a salad for dinner--leaving his last book, THE WEIR OF HERMISTON, unfinished.

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