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My name is Ruth-Anne, and I'm a student in the North-West of England. I study Music, English Literature and Dance at A-level which luckily are some of the main passions in my life. I achieved AAAB in my AS grades in summer 2016

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My name is Ruth-Anne, and I'm a student in the North-West of England. I study Music, English Literature and Dance at A-level which luckily are some of the main passions in my life. I achieved AAAB in my AS grades in summer 2016
Malfi and Streetcar Connections
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Malfi and Streetcar Connections

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This resource covers the principal connections between Webster's 'The Duchess of Malfi' and William's 'A Streetcar Named Desire' in line with the A2 specification for WJEC/EDUQAS. It covers some of the primary connections between the plays, including the use of setting, the classical tragedy form, themes of betrayal and marriage, with some connecting context and critical views between the two plays. The document is set out in a table format, making it easy to turn into cue cards.
Critical Views for Atonement
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Critical Views for Atonement

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This document is a collation of critical quotes concerning Ian McEwan's Atonement, all referenced from their sources. There is also an analysis of more general critical views from perspectives, such as Marxism and Feminism, for many of the characters and sections.
The Tempest- Act 3, Scene 1 Analysis
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The Tempest- Act 3, Scene 1 Analysis

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Quotes and analysis for Act 3, Scene 1 of Shakespeare's The Tempest. It tracks through the scene in chronological order and is designed to help students hit A01 and A02 for WJEC examinations and language analysis objectives for other exam boards at A-level. The analysis is also laid out in a grid format, making it easy to convert into que cards for revision.
Merchant's Tale and Prologue- Analysis
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Merchant's Tale and Prologue- Analysis

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Three documents, covering in-depth langauge analysis of the Merchant's Tale, Prologue, and the Merchant's description from the General Prologue. These resources were created in line with EDUQAS A-level specification and are laid out in a table format, making them easy to turn into que cards.
Jane Eyre- Chapter 2 Quotes and Analysis
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Jane Eyre- Chapter 2 Quotes and Analysis

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Key quotes from chapter 2 of Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre, with full language analysis. This chapter is specifically in depth due to the complexity of the chapter and includes key quotes from the famous Red Room section. It is also in table format, these analysis points can easily be turned into que cards for revision.
Helen Burns Character Profile (Jane Eyre)
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Helen Burns Character Profile (Jane Eyre)

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Character profile for Helen Burns from Jane Eyre, including a summary of her character and why she is significant to the narrative as well as key quotations with analysis. This resource serves as an excellent revision tool (or model for one) and can be useful in hitting the language and analysis learning objectives.
Innocence and Childhood in Part One of Atonement
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Innocence and Childhood in Part One of Atonement

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An analysis of four extracts from Part One of Ian McEwan's Atonement, specifically focusing on Briony and her development in the early stages of the narrative. Each extract contains in-depth language analysis of the significant quotes.
The Duchess of Malfi- Act 3 Analysis
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The Duchess of Malfi- Act 3 Analysis

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Quotes and analysis for Act 3 of Websters The Duchess of Malfi. It tracks through the scene in chronological order and is designed to help students hit A01 and A02 for WJEC examinations and language analysis objectives for other exam boards at A-level. The analysis is also laid out in a grid format, making it easy to convert into que cards for revision.
Scene 5 Objects for A Streetcar Named Desire
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Scene 5 Objects for A Streetcar Named Desire

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This document contains a full analysis of the critical quotes from scene 5 of Streetcar. It tracks through the scene in chronological order and is designed to help students hit A01 and A02 fro WJEC examinations. However, they provide a useful guide for any exam board. These notes mainly focus on the use of props and symbols within the scene to help students look in depth at Williams choices.
The Duchess of Malfi- Complete Analysis
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The Duchess of Malfi- Complete Analysis

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This bundle contains 1uotes and analysis for Websters' The Duchess of Malfi. It tracks through the scene in chronological order and is designed to help students hit A01 and A02 for WJEC examinations and language analysis objectives for other exam boards at A-level. The analysis is also laid out in a grid format, making it easy to convert into que cards for revision. Save 25% with this bundle!
Complete Atonement Starter Pack
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Complete Atonement Starter Pack

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This resource bundle contains everything you need to get started on analysising Ian McEwan's Atonement. Including full guides to contexts and critical views, there is also some language analysis for Part One of the novel to get students started. Save 26% on this bundle deal
Mean Time Duffy Revision
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Mean Time Duffy Revision

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This document contains the analysis of some of the key poems from Carol Ann Duffy's 'Mean Time', with basic context, critics and connections to Larkin's 'Whitsun Weddings' for A2 level. The poems include: Small Female Skull, Moments of Grace, Prayer, Litany and Mean Time.
Complete Guide to The Tempest
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Complete Guide to The Tempest

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This bundle includes a full analysis of Shakespeare's The Tempest, going through the play line by line to hightlight and analyse the key quotes from each scene. Including documents on context and critical views, save 26% on this bundle.
Contexts for The Tempest
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Contexts for The Tempest

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This resource covers the socio-historic contexts, circa 1610, specifically for Shakespeare's The Tempest. In addition, the resource covers literary contexts, including comedy in Shakespeare, as well as other influences on the play. Perfect for A03 on the WJEC A-level syllabus as well as any other reader wishing to increase their understanding of the play.
Narrative Techniques in Atonement
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Narrative Techniques in Atonement

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An introduction to the narrative techniques utilised by McEwan in Atonement. It covers the switching perspectives of the novel, as well as the sequence of narrative techniques used as the literary style of the novel progresss.
*UPDATED* Critical Views for the Tempest
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*UPDATED* Critical Views for the Tempest

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*UPDATE* This document now also contains critical quotes from named critics, great for quoting in exams and for enhancing your critical reading fo the text. This document is a collation of critical viewpoints concerning Shakespeare's The Tempest, ranging from the 18th century and the Enlightenment viewpoint to the more modern Post-Colonial perspective. Perfect for A05 on the WJEC A-level syllabus as well as any other reader wishing to increase their understanding of the play.
The Tempest- Act 3, Scene 3 Analysis
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The Tempest- Act 3, Scene 3 Analysis

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Quotes and analysis for Act 3, Scene 3 of Shakespeare's The Tempest. It tracks through the scene in chronological order and is designed to help students hit A01 and A02 for WJEC examinations and language analysis objectives for other exam boards at A-level. The analysis is also laid out in a grid format, making it easy to convert into que cards for revision.
The Tempest- Act 5, Scene 1 Analysis
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The Tempest- Act 5, Scene 1 Analysis

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Quotes and analysis for Act 5, Scene 1 of Shakespeare's The Tempest. It tracks through the scene in chronological order and is designed to help students hit A01 and A02 for WJEC examinations and language analysis objectives for other exam boards at A-level. The analysis is also laid out in a grid format, making it easy to convert into que cards for revision.
The Tempest- Act 1, Scene 2 Analysis
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The Tempest- Act 1, Scene 2 Analysis

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Quotes and analysis for Act 1, Scene 2 of Shakespeare's The Tempest. It tracks through the scene in chronological order and is designed to help students hit A01 and A02 for WJEC examinations and language analysis objectives for other exam boards at A-level. The analysis is also laid out in a grid format, making it easy to convert into que cards for revision.