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  1. Collections of narratives 5 items
    You will need to read a number of tales from one of the following collections, so if possible you should purchase one of the following books
    1. The Canterbury Tales translated into modern English - Geoffrey Chaucer, Nevill Coghill 1970

      Book 

    2. The world's wife: poems - Carol Ann Duffy 2000

      Book 

    3. Collected stories - Gabriel García Márquez 2008

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    4. Tales from Ovid: twenty-four passages from the Metamorphoses - Ted Hughes, Ovid 1997

      Book  You can also use a different translation of Ovid's Metamorphoses

    5. The metamorphoses of Ovid - Mary M Innes, Ovid 1970

      Book 

  2. Visual Narrative 2 items
    1. Extract from 99 ways to tell a story: exercises in style - Matt Madden 2006

      Book Essential Reading This extract demonstrates different visualisations of the same story

    2. Extract from Film directing shot by shot: visualizing from concept to screen - Steven D Katz 1991

      Book Essential Reading This is a short extract dealing with camera angles and point of view

  3. Printmaking Techniques and technical information 4 items
    1. Water-based screenprinting - Steve Hoskins 2007

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    2. Relief printmaking - Ann Westley 2004

      Book Background Reading

    3. Plate lithography - Paul Croft 2003

      Book Background Reading

  4. Books about printamkers 5 items
    1. Eye on Europe: prints, books & multiples, 1960 to now - Deborah Wye c2006

      Book Background Reading

    2. Artists and prints: masterworks from the Museum of Modern Art - Deborah Wye, Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.) 2004

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    3. Nursery rhymes - Paula Rego 1994

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    4. Six fairy tales from the Brothers Grimm - Heiner Bastian, Jacob Grimm, Wilhelm Grimm, David Hockney c2012

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    5. Wordless books: the original graphic novels - David A. Beronä 2008

      Book 

  5. Websites 6 items
    1. What Do Artists Do All Day? | BoB National

      Webpage  A great insight into aquatint as used by Norman Ackroyd