Gary Armstrong, Philip Kotler
Un ouvrage très pédagogique et progressif. Une adaptation minutieuse des exemples au contexte français et européen par une équipe de l'ESSEC.
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Hamlet is the Prince of Denmark. His heart is filled with sadness and pain. The new king, Claudius, murdered Hamlet's father and married the prince's mother. Will Hamlet be strong enough to take revenge? Is he mad? Or does he have a secret plan ?
When Peter Quill finds the Orb, he doesn't know that it is a stone with unimaginable power that everyone is looking for. Soon he is being chased by outlaws and aliens. Will he win this fight?
The famous Canterville Ghost haunts an old house, but the ghost becomes unhappy when the new owners play tricks on him! In the other stories, we meet Lord Arthur Savile, who has to murder someone before he can get married, and we discover the secret life of beautiful Lady Alroy.
Winston Smith lives in a society where the government controls people's lives every second of the day. Alone in his small, one-room apartment, Winston dreams of a better life. Is freedom from this life of suffering possible?
Three authors, three stories, three ghosts. Written in the nineteenth century, these three chilling ghost stories are guaranteed to send shivers down your spine.
In this collection of Roald Dahl's finest stories, we meet some quite ordinary people who behave in extraordinary ways. There is a man who is sure he can hear plants scream and the wife who discovers a perfect way to get rid of her husband…
Arthur Conan Doyle
Sherlock Holmes disappeared in Switzerland in 1891 while working on a dangerous case. Everyone thought he was dead, but he's back with his friend, Dr. Watson, to solve three of his most interesting cases.
Sherlock Holmes is a great detective. There are few cases that he cannot solve. In this collection, his skills are put to the test in three adventures: The Speckled Band, The Five Orange Pips, and The Crown of Diamonds.