The South Bank Review Winter 2017 | Reviews
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REVIEWS

Reviews are used as a means to critically evaluate an existing piece of work including books, films and theatre performances. Reviews include opinions, facts and ratings. They are a clever way to express one’s thoughts and feelings on a particular piece of work, which can help others determine whether they will do the same or not.

 

The following set of work comprises a set of contemporary reviews produced by students of London South Bank this year.

 

Editor: Aruba Mariah Abbas

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