comprehensive guide to gothic unseen literature, this 10 page pack includes:
exam outline for the OCR specification as to how to answer essay questions appropriately
conventions of gothic literature
the different waves of gothic including characteristics
types of gothic novels and their plots
notes on the art of fiction by david lodge that relate to the gothic
notes on frankenstein and wuthering heights including different readings e.g. marxist, freudian, feminist
short and concise with everything that you would need to know for the exam to improve your essays and most importantly get those context marks!!
I created this and ultimately achieved an A* in english literature a level, i hope it helps you too :)
mass condensed quote bank for the entirety of the novel including critic quotes too.
this is in a powerpoint format as it is difficult to print this from a word document
this is what i did in the final runup to exams which helped me get an A* in English literature and i hope it helps you too :)
detailed UCAT progress tracker that will help you stay on top of your revision!
simply fill in the boxes after every practice session and you’ll be able to have a better understanding of how you are getting on
the visual layout allows you to identify exactly what subtopics you need the most work on so you know what else to focus on
i personally created this for myself and it helped me score higher than the national average on the final exam
feel free to edit the spreadsheet to suit your own needs :)
condensed quote bank for the Duchess of Malfi play to help you with your A level english literature essays
quotes for every single act and scene of the play that i have found to be most useful and flexible for the exam essays.
this is a resource i created which has helped me get an A* in English literature, and I hope it helps you too :)
super condensed set of quotes for the tempest play that will help you narrow down your revision.
this particular set are those I have found to be useful across the course of my two years studying the subject.
this is what I used to get an A* in english literature and I hope it helps you too :)