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Great Expectations: York Notes for GCSE By David Langston

Great Expectations: York Notes for GCSE by David Langston

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Summary

Take Note for Exam Success! York Notes offer an exciting approach to English literature. This market leading series fully reflects student needs. They are packed with summaries, commentaries, exam advice, margin and textual features to offer a wider context to the text and encourage a critical analysis. York Notes, The Ultimate Literature Guides.

Great Expectations: York Notes for GCSE Summary

Great Expectations: York Notes for GCSE by David Langston

York Notes, the ultimate literature guides.

Table of Contents

- Intro - How to Study a Play, Novel- Author Profile - Historical timeline, context with dates, author life, works , historical events.- Map/family tree/character tree- Summaries (numbered summaries for every scene)- Commentary - covering themes, characters, language analysis, style- exam questions end of each section- Answers to Checkpoints and exam questions- Exam questions with annotated model answers (D grade - B grade)- Coursework assignments/resources/top marks/advice- Key Quotations - how to use them.- Glossary/Literary terms- Timeline of events- Other titles in the Series

Additional information

GOR000539793
9780582506183
0582506182
Great Expectations: York Notes for GCSE by David Langston
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Pearson Education Limited
2002-09-05
96
N/A
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