English A Level, Love Through the Ages, Pre-1900 poetry (14 poems from Wyatt to Dowson) linked to Fitzgerald's 'The Great Gatsby', with quotations.
Summary of the pre-1900 poems for the Love Through the Ages AS/A level exam. Includes the poem/poet; time period; overarching argument; some AO3 (context) ideas and some AO4 (typicality/links to other texts) ideas for all 14 poems, starting at Wyatt's 'Who So List to Hount' and ending on Dowson's 'Non Sum Qualis'.
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An exemplar essay (25/25) for the question ‘Society and culture under Stalin was not dissimilar from society and culture under Lenin’.
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