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As an all A* student I want to help other students to get the grades they deserve. All my resources are from the times of my GCSEs and A Levels. They contain revision notes I made and focus on both topic fluency and methods of learning. They will particularly be helpful for students and teachers, as hand outs and revision resources.

As an all A* student I want to help other students to get the grades they deserve. All my resources are from the times of my GCSEs and A Levels. They contain revision notes I made and focus on both topic fluency and methods of learning. They will particularly be helpful for students and teachers, as hand outs and revision resources.
Bayonet Charge Quotes and Analysis
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Bayonet Charge Quotes and Analysis

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For English Literature I achieved grade 9. Here is a quintessence of the quotations that I learnt for the GCSE poem Bayonet Charge alongside some helpful analysis to help you develop further ideas. I strongly advise that you use this resource to your advantage and start learning quotes early for the GCSE English Literature Exam. Quotes are essential in securing high marks as you can use them to back up your ideas and secure them with further analysis of authorial methods. NOTE - The cover image available for the resource only shows part of the first page. This is a chronological run-through of all of the quotes you could use for the exam and so this is a small preview of what is available.
Exposure Quotes and Analysis
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Exposure Quotes and Analysis

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For English Literature I achieved grade 9. Here is a quintessence of the quotations that I learnt for the GCSE poem Exposure alongside some helpful analysis to help you develop further ideas. I strongly advise that you use this resource to your advantage and start learning quotes early for the GCSE English Literature Exam. Quotes are essential in securing high marks as you can use them to back up your ideas and secure them with further analysis of authorial methods. NOTE - The cover image available for the resource only shows part of the first page. This is a chronological run-through of all of the quotes you could use for the exam and so this is a small preview of what is available.
Storm on the Island Quotes and Analysis
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Storm on the Island Quotes and Analysis

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For English Literature I achieved grade 9. Here is a quintessence of the quotations that I learnt for the GCSE poem Storm on the Island alongside some helpful analysis to help you develop further ideas. I strongly advise that you use this resource to your advantage and start learning quotes early for the GCSE English Literature Exam. Quotes are essential in securing high marks as you can use them to back up your ideas and secure them with further analysis of authorial methods. NOTE - The cover image available for the resource only shows part of the first page. This is a chronological run-through of all of the quotes you could use for the exam and so this is a small preview of what is available.
Tony Harrison Poetry Analysis
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Tony Harrison Poetry Analysis

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This is for English Literature students studying under AQA. In this resource you will find my A Level notes for the Tony Harrison poems: National Trust, Them and [uz], Working, and V. For my English Literature A Level I studied this and achieved an A* so you will find that my notes can help you in your studies too. For each poem this includes a list of key quotes (which you should learn for your exam) with analysis for each quote. In addition, after the quote analysis list there is additional information at the end for each poem. Also I have added a table at the end filled with additional knowledge to help you with AO3 Context, AO4 Literary Connections and AO5 Critical views. Unfortunately, the AO table cannot be seen in this preview. Nonetheless, I strongly recommend you purchase this resource as it will focus your topic fluency onto those assessment objectives and, with hard work and learning, will give you the food for thought to help you reach the A*s in your English Literature A Level. This resource consists of 22 pages and 9537 words. Filled to benefit your textual knowledge for the exam.
GCSE Macbeth quote analysis for revision
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GCSE Macbeth quote analysis for revision

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For English Literature I achieved grade 9. Here is a quintessence of the quotations that I learnt for the GCSE alongside some helpful analysis to help you develop further ideas. I strongly advise that you use this resource to your advantage and start learning quotes early for the GCSE English Literature Exam. Quotes are essential in securing high marks as you can use them to back up your ideas and secure them with further analysis of authorial methods. NOTE - The cover image available for the resource only shows part of the first page. This is a chronological run-through of all of the quotes you could use for the exam and so this is a small preview of what is available.
Extract From The Prelude Quotes and Analysis
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Extract From The Prelude Quotes and Analysis

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For English Literature I achieved grade 9. Here is a quintessence of the quotations that I learnt for the Extract from The Prelude alongside some helpful analysis to help you develop further ideas. I strongly advise that you use this resource to your advantage and start learning quotes early for the GCSE English Literature Exam. Quotes are essential in securing high marks as you can use them to back up your ideas and secure them with further analysis of authorial methods. NOTE - The cover image available for the resource only shows part of the first page. This is a chronological run-through of all of the quotes you could use for the exam and so this is a small preview of what is available.
Poppies: Quotes and Analysis
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Poppies: Quotes and Analysis

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For English Literature I achieved grade 9. Here is a quintessence of the quotations that I learnt for the GCSE poem Poppies alongside some helpful analysis to help you develop further ideas. I strongly advise that you use this resource to your advantage and start learning quotes early for the GCSE English Literature Exam. Quotes are essential in securing high marks as you can use them to back up your ideas and secure them with further analysis of authorial methods. NOTE - The cover image available for the resource only shows part of the first page. This is a chronological run-through of all of the quotes you could use for the exam and so this is a small preview of what is available.
My Last Duchess Quotes and Analysis
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My Last Duchess Quotes and Analysis

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For English Literature I achieved grade 9. Here is a quintessence of the quotations that I learnt for the GCSE poem My Last Duchess alongside some helpful analysis to help you develop further ideas. I strongly advise that you use this resource to your advantage and start learning quotes early for the GCSE English Literature Exam. Quotes are essential in securing high marks as you can use them to back up your ideas and secure them with further analysis of authorial methods. NOTE - The cover image available for the resource only shows part of the first page. This is a chronological run-through of all of the quotes you could use for the exam and so this is a small preview of what is available.
The Taming of the Shrew Analysis
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The Taming of the Shrew Analysis

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This is for English Literature students studying under AQA. In this resource you will find my A Level notes for the text The Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare. For my English Literature A Level I studied this and achieved an A* so you will find that my notes can help you in your studies too. This includes a list of key quotes (which you should learn for your exam) with analysis for each quote. In addition, after the quote analysis list there is a table at the end filled with additional knowledge to help you with AO3 Context, AO4 Literary Connections and AO5 Critical views. Unfortunately, the AO table cannot be seen in this preview. Nonetheless, I strongly recommend you purchase this resource as it will focus your topic fluency onto those assessment objectives and, with hard work and learning, will give you the food for thought to help you reach the A*s in your English Literature A Level. This resource consists of 28 pages and 12969 words. Filled to benefit your textual knowledge for the exam.
Emma Analysis
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Emma Analysis

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This is for English Literature students studying under AQA. In this resource you will find my A Level notes for the text Emma by Jane Austen. For my English Literature A Level I studied this and achieved an A* so you will find that my notes can help you in your studies too. This includes a list of key quotes (which you should learn for your exam) with analysis for each quote. In addition, after the quote analysis list there is a table at the end filled with additional knowledge to help you with AO3 Context, AO4 Literary Connections and AO5 Critical views. Unfortunately, the AO table cannot be seen in this preview. Nonetheless, I strongly recommend you purchase this resource as it will focus your topic fluency onto those assessment objectives and, with hard work and learning, will give you the food for thought to help you reach the A*s in your English Literature A Level. This resource consists of 38 pages and 17713 words. Filled to benefit your textual knowledge for the exam.
Harvest Analysis
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Harvest Analysis

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This is for English Literature students studying under AQA. In this resource you will find my A Level notes for the text Harvest by Jim Crace. For my English Literature A Level I studied this and achieved an A* so you will find that my notes can help you in your studies too. This includes a list of key quotes (which you should learn for your exam) with analysis for each quote. In addition, after the quote analysis list there is a table at the end filled with additional knowledge to help you with AO3 Context, AO4 Literary Connections and AO5 Critical views. Unfortunately, the AO table cannot be seen in this preview. Nonetheless, I strongly recommend you purchase this resource as it will focus your topic fluency onto those assessment objectives and, with hard work and learning, will give you the food for thought to help you reach the A*s in your English Literature A Level. This resource consists of 12 pages and 5558 words. Filled to benefit your textual knowledge for the exam.
Kamikaze Quotes and Analysis
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Kamikaze Quotes and Analysis

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For English Literature I achieved grade 9. Here is a quintessence of the quotations that I learnt for the GCSE poem Kamikaze alongside some helpful analysis to help you develop further ideas. I strongly advise that you use this resource to your advantage and start learning quotes early for the GCSE English Literature Exam. Quotes are essential in securing high marks as you can use them to back up your ideas and secure them with further analysis of authorial methods. NOTE - The cover image available for the resource only shows part of the first page. This is a chronological run-through of all of the quotes you could use for the exam and so this is a small preview of what is available.
Checking Out Me History: Quotes and Analysis
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Checking Out Me History: Quotes and Analysis

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For English Literature I achieved grade 9. Here is a quintessence of the quotations that I learnt for the GCSE poem Checking Out Me History alongside some helpful analysis to help you develop further ideas. I strongly advise that you use this resource to your advantage and start learning quotes early for the GCSE English Literature Exam. Quotes are essential in securing high marks as you can use them to back up your ideas and secure them with further analysis of authorial methods. NOTE - The cover image available for the resource only shows part of the first page. This is a chronological run-through of all of the quotes you could use for the exam and so this is a small preview of what is available.
Ozymandias Quotes and Analysis
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Ozymandias Quotes and Analysis

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For English Literature I achieved grade 9. Here is a quintessence of the quotations that I learnt for the GCSE poem Ozymandias alongside some helpful analysis to help you develop further ideas. I strongly advise that you use this resource to your advantage and start learning quotes early for the GCSE English Literature Exam. Quotes are essential in securing high marks as you can use them to back up your ideas and secure them with further analysis of authorial methods. NOTE - The cover image available for the resource only shows part of the first page. This is a chronological run-through of all of the quotes you could use for the exam and so this is a small preview of what is available.
AQA Power and Conflict Poetry English Literature GCSE
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AQA Power and Conflict Poetry English Literature GCSE

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This includes quotes and analysis for ALL of the poems in the AQA English Literature Exam. The quote analysis is clear and identifies authorial techniques, context, thematic responses and more. Highly recommended for A* analysis to be used in the exam.
Taming of the Shrew Structure Summary - A Level AQA English Literature
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Taming of the Shrew Structure Summary - A Level AQA English Literature

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For students studying A level English Literature. Text: The Taming of the Shrew Description: Involves a summary of all the scenes and acts of the Taming of the Shrew, with some analysis on structure and authorial techniques. Particularly focused on the extract question 1 of the Comedy English Literature AQA Paper with predictions on what could come up.
Tissues: Quotes and Analysis
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Tissues: Quotes and Analysis

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For English Literature I achieved grade 9. Here is a quintessence of the quotations that I learnt for the GCSE poem Tissues alongside some helpful analysis to help you develop further ideas. I strongly advise that you use this resource to your advantage and start learning quotes early for the GCSE English Literature Exam. Quotes are essential in securing high marks as you can use them to back up your ideas and secure them with further analysis of authorial methods. NOTE - The cover image available for the resource only shows part of the first page. This is a chronological run-through of all of the quotes you could use for the exam and so this is a small preview of what is available.
Emigree: Quotes and Analysis
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Emigree: Quotes and Analysis

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For English Literature I achieved grade 9. Here is a quintessence of the quotations that I learnt for the GCSE poem Emigree alongside some helpful analysis to help you develop further ideas. I strongly advise that you use this resource to your advantage and start learning quotes early for the GCSE English Literature Exam. Quotes are essential in securing high marks as you can use them to back up your ideas and secure them with further analysis of authorial methods. NOTE - The cover image available for the resource only shows part of the first page. This is a chronological run-through of all of the quotes you could use for the exam and so this is a small preview of what is available.
Hard Times Analysis
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Hard Times Analysis

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This is for English Literature students studying under AQA. In this resource you will find my A Level notes for the text Hard Times by Charles Dickens. For my English Literature A Level I studied this and achieved an A* so you will find that my notes can help you in your studies too. This includes a list of key quotes (which you should learn for your exam) with analysis for each quote. In addition, after the quote analysis list there is a table at the end filled with additional knowledge to help you with AO3 Context, AO4 Literary Connections and AO5 Critical views. Unfortunately, the AO table cannot be seen in this preview. Nonetheless, I strongly recommend you purchase this resource as it will focus your topic fluency onto those assessment objectives and, with hard work and learning, will give you the food for thought to help you reach the A*s in your English Literature A Level. This resource consists of 28 pages and 13214 words. Filled to benefit your textual knowledge for the exam.
She Stoops to Conquer Analysis
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She Stoops to Conquer Analysis

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This is for English Literature students studying under AQA. In this resource you will find my A Level notes for the text She Stoops to Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith. For my English Literature A Level I studied this and achieved an A* so you will find that my notes can help you in your studies too. This includes a list of key quotes (which you should learn for your exam) with analysis for each quote. In addition, after the quote analysis list there is a table at the end filled with additional knowledge to help you with AO3 Context, AO4 Literary Connections and AO5 Critical views. Unfortunately, the AO table cannot be seen in this preview. Nonetheless, I strongly recommend you purchase this resource as it will focus your topic fluency onto those assessment objectives and, with hard work and learning, will give you the food for thought to help you reach the A*s in your English Literature A Level. This resource consists of 21 pages and 9957 words. Filled to benefit your textual knowledge for the exam.