This semester our focus is on Celeste Ng's international bestseller "Little Fires Everywhere", written in 2017. This portrait of 1990s America is a moving and wise tale of race and family, which raises universal questions of parenting, motherhood and family that everyone can relate to.
The novel will certainly inspire lively discussions, but as usual, we will also find time for vocabulary recall and grammar revision (cf coursebook Unit 11 C/D) to help us use the language more confidently.
1. Celeste Ng, Little Fires Everywhere
Abacus, ISBN 978-0-349-14292-0
2. Straightforward Advanced Second edition
(Student's Book and Workbook Package)
Hueber Verlag ISBN 978-3-19-532953-8