3rd February 2006 at 00:00

Ask students to look at chapter 5 ("Grannies in the Wainscot") of Cider with Rosie, from: "You a hundred yet, Granny?" to "softly across her face".

How does it make the narrator feel about time and age?


Students could read chapter 8 of The Woodlanders by Thomas Hardy, from "What he had forgotten..." to "almost without another word", and consider what qualities Hardy wants us to recognise in Winterborne as a woodsman.

How does he use language to achieve this?

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