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Macbeth: Treacherous Villain or Tragic Hero? - A*/Grade 9 English Essay
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Macbeth: Treacherous Villain or Tragic Hero? - A*/Grade 9 English Essay

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An A*/Grade 9 English Essay for GCSE students. It explores, explains and evaluates whether Macbeth is a Treacherous Villain or Tragic Hero. The essay (consisting of 3 detailed pages) consistently uses high standard academic language, and is structured in a sophisticated manner. It also meets all of the objectives for the exam board AQA, but has thorough analysis that is applicable to every exam board.
How is guilt presented in ‘Macbeth’? - A*/Grade 9 English Essay
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How is guilt presented in ‘Macbeth’? - A*/Grade 9 English Essay

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An A*/Grade 9 English Essay. It depicts the language techniques and symbolism that Shakespeare uses in order to explore the reoccurring theme of guilt throughout the play Macbeth. This essay meets all of the objectives for the exam board AQA, but has thorough analysis that is applicable to every exam board.
How is Macbeth presented in Act 1 Scene 2 and 3 - A*/Grade 9 English Essay
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How is Macbeth presented in Act 1 Scene 2 and 3 - A*/Grade 9 English Essay

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An A*/Grade 9 English Essay for GCSE students. It explores how Macbeth is presented in Act 1, Scene 2 and 3. The essay consistently uses high standard academic language, and is structured in a sophisticated manner. It also meets all of the objectives for the exam board AQA, but has thorough analysis that is applicable to every exam board.
How does Priestley present some of the differences between the older and younger generation?
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How does Priestley present some of the differences between the older and younger generation?

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An A*/Grade 9 English Essay for GCSE students. It explores how Priestley presents some of the differences between the older and younger generation in An Inspector Calls. The essay consistently uses high standard academic language, and is structured in a sophisticated manner. It also meets all of the objectives for the exam board AQA, but has thorough analysis that is applicable to every exam board.
Ghost of Christmas Past - A*/Grade 9 English Essay
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Ghost of Christmas Past - A*/Grade 9 English Essay

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An A*/Grade 9 English Essay for GCSE students. It explores the Ghost of Christmas Past by carefully depicting the language techniques that Dickens uses to represent this characters influence on the novel. The essay consistently uses high standard academic language, and is structured in a sophisticated manner. It also meets all of the objectives for the exam board AQA, but has thorough analysis that is applicable to every exam board.
Bayonet Charge - Grade9/A* English Poetry Comparison
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Bayonet Charge - Grade9/A* English Poetry Comparison

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An A*/Grade 9 English Essay for GCSE students. It explores the different language techniques that Ted Hughes uses in order to present the effects of war in the poem Bayonet Charge. It also depicts the differences and similarities in the structure and technique used in this poem and the poem Exposure. The essay meets all of the objectives for the exam board AQA, but has thorough analysis that is applicable to every exam board.