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Hello, I’m Lucy. I am currently studying for a BA in Religion, Politics, and Society at King’s College London. I am hoping to sell my A Level resources for Politics, History and English Literature. Please let me know if you have any questions or thoughts!

Hello, I’m Lucy. I am currently studying for a BA in Religion, Politics, and Society at King’s College London. I am hoping to sell my A Level resources for Politics, History and English Literature. Please let me know if you have any questions or thoughts!
English Literature A Level AQA Death of a Salesman character analysis, themes and key quotations
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English Literature A Level AQA Death of a Salesman character analysis, themes and key quotations

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This resource I made for my Tragedy exam got me totally ready to enter the world of Willy Loman… I went through the most important literary themes of each character, incorporating the most important quotes into my analysis. This allowed me to understand the significant themes of Miller’s play and get an A*! I hope this helps your revision (I’m sure it will) xx I have analysed each of the characters (Willy, Linda, Biff, Happy, Uncle Ben, Charley, and Bernard) allowing the reader to develop a thorough understanding of the piece via the key themes associated with each character. All the key quotations needed to earn an A* in the tragedy exam are included. This document allowed me to understand Miller’s authorial intentions and express their literary significance of in the A Level exam. 3 Pages with 1963 words.
English Literature A Level AQA Isabella and La Belle Dame Sans Merci
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English Literature A Level AQA Isabella and La Belle Dame Sans Merci

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Keats’ poems are often a difficult aspect of the English Lit course - mostly due to the length of the poems and the language used. My extensive notes detail the events of each stanza, alongside analysis of the key themes and the importance of the characters. The quotations included in this document can be easily memorised (with a bit of practice) and are all you need to know to get an A*! Happy revising xx I have written a detailed summary and analysed each stanza of Isabella and the Pot of Basil - dissecting the key themes and the significance of the characters. I have also analysed the themes and the characters of La Belle Dame Sans Merci in extensive detail - although of course this poem is much shorter. All the key quotations needed to earn an A* in the tragedy exam are included. This document allowed me to understand Keats’ authorial methods and express the literary significance of his work in the A Level exam. 3 Pages with 1276 words and 2 pages of 419.
English Literature A Level AQA Rime of the Ancient Mariner part-by-part summary and analysis
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English Literature A Level AQA Rime of the Ancient Mariner part-by-part summary and analysis

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Ah! The last of my English Lit resources! The Rime of the Ancient Mariner is tricky due to its length and complicated plot. Initially, when covering this topic in class, I couldn’t understand the literary significance of Coleridge’s authorial methods - or even why the Mariner decided to shoot the bloody bird. While writing these notes, my understanding of the plot, themes, characters and literary significance of this wonderful poem increased tenfold. These notes are extensive, easy to understand, and cover all that is needed to get an A* in the crime exam. Happy revising folks! Coleridge may have been an opium addict, but he sure knew how to write a poem. I hope this helps you fall in love with his work like it did for me xx I have written a very detailed summary and analysed each part of Rime of the Ancient Mariner. The complex theme and plot of Coleridge’s poem is discussed at length in a way that is understandable for students. This resource helps students learn the plot of the poem, part by part, alongside key quotations. Students can therefore use the open book format of this exam to their advantage - they need not memorise quotations exactly, but learn the events of the poem and locate necessary quotations during the exam. This document allowed me to understand Coleridge’s authorial methods and express the literary significance of his work in the A Level exam. 4 Pages with 2652 words.
English Literature A Level AQA Othello Scene-by-Scene Plot Summary, Analysis, Quotes and Key Themes
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English Literature A Level AQA Othello Scene-by-Scene Plot Summary, Analysis, Quotes and Key Themes

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This resource I made for my Paper 1 exam was a total lifesaver! I went through each scene, describing the plot and analysing its significance. This allowed me to memorise the events of the play and get an A*! I have also included the quotations that I memorised for the exam and the key themes of each act. I hope this helps your revision xx I have described the events of each scene along with detailed analysis - giving the reader an overview of the plot and an understanding The key themes of each Act are listed and explored. I have selected noteworthy quotations from each scene - all the quotes you need to memorise to get an A* on the exam! 5 Pages with 3128 words.
Politics A Level Edexcel - Socialism Core Political Ideas / Ideologies Revision
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Politics A Level Edexcel - Socialism Core Political Ideas / Ideologies Revision

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This is all the AO1 (or content) you need to know about the socialism section of the exam! I used this to revise from during my exams and it’s honestly perfect! Message me if you have any questions xx Extensive notes on: • The origins of the ideology • The different factions within the ideology • The ideological divisions between the different factions - the points of contention on human nature, society, the state, and the economy. • A grid showing principles which are generally agreed upon by socialists. • A grid showing the views of 5 key thinkers on human nature, the state, society, and the economy – alongside the ideological faction they are associated with, an example of their published works, and their key contributions to the ideology o Karl Marx and Fredrick Engels, Rosa Luxemburg, Beatrice Webb, Anthony Crosland, Anthony Giddens • A list of key terms associated with the ideology