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shree khandelwal

Achieved six 9s and three 8s at GCSEs and 4 As at AS Level. Currently, an A-Level student studying all essay-based subects, so I'm highly experienced at writing essays with any type of requirement.

Achieved six 9s and three 8s at GCSEs and 4 As at AS Level. Currently, an A-Level student studying all essay-based subects, so I'm highly experienced at writing essays with any type of requirement.
How is childhood presented in 'An Easy Passage' and 'To My Nine-Year-Old Self'?
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How is childhood presented in 'An Easy Passage' and 'To My Nine-Year-Old Self'?

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A full A-Level style comparison essay with poems from Poems of the Decade from the AS Edexcel Specification with detailed and perceptive language analysis throughout the poem, with a consistent use of high standard academic language throughout the essay. The essay tracks through both poems thoroughly focusing on the language as well as the structure, comparing the poems in most suitable and applicable manner. The user can pick out preferred points or use the essay, considering it is completely ready to use as is.
How is modern society presented in 'Look We Have Coming to Dover' and 'The Deliverer'?
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How is modern society presented in 'Look We Have Coming to Dover' and 'The Deliverer'?

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This is a band 5 comparison essay for the presentation of modern society ‘Look We Have Coming to Dover’ by Daljit Nagra and ‘The Deliverer’ by Tishani Doshi. The essay covers all the AOs, with detailed language and structure analysis, essential to score high marks in the exam. It is a very good model answer aimed to achieve the highest grade in the exam, and the points and quotes analysed in the essay are easily interchangeable to fit any other exam question. This essay can be used for AS Level and also as detailed revision of the poems for A-Level. Teachers are recommended to use this an exemplar essay for students.
How are women presented in 'The Handmaid's Tale'?
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How are women presented in 'The Handmaid's Tale'?

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The essay covers all the AOs, with detailed language and structure analysis, essential to score high marks in the exam. it also includes contextual points, an important assessment objective. It is a very good model answer aimed to achieve the highest band in the exam, proven as it has been graded as an A* by a marker. There are four long paragraphs, in which the points and quotes analysed to a high standard. Teachers are recommended to use this as an exemplar for students.
How is conflict presented in 'Chainsaw Vs The Pampass Grass'?
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How is conflict presented in 'Chainsaw Vs The Pampass Grass'?

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An A-Level style essay, focusing on detailed language analysis and the poet’s intention throughout the thorough analysis of the essay. The poem is from the Poems of the Decade for the Edexcel Specification of the AS English Literature. The question is answered to a high standard with the use of academic language and users are permitted to use any preferred point or section of the essay or the essay as a whole.
Presentation of war in 'The Manhunt' and 'The Soldier'
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Presentation of war in 'The Manhunt' and 'The Soldier'

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This is a high standard comparison essay on the presentation of war in poetry. This is a DETAILED comparison essay plan of ‘The Manhunt’ and ‘The Soldier’. It includes the introduction, three comparison point paragraphs, a structure paragraph, and the conclusion. All paragraphs include QUOTES and LANGUAGE ANALYSIS. Also includes CONTEXT for both poems. This essay plan is 3+ pages long and ready to be directly used and hits all the AOs, therefore an essay using it will achieve the top marks. This is targetted at students sitting 9-1 GCSE English Literature. Teachers are recommended to use this as an exemplar for students.
'Death of a Naturalist'  Grade 9 exemplar essay.
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'Death of a Naturalist' Grade 9 exemplar essay.

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A GCSE style complete essay with detailed analysis of the poet’s use of language, structure, and its association to the context. This resource discusses the poem ‘Death of a Naturalist’ and its effect on the reader whilst considering all the required assessment objectives to achieve a Grade 9 in English Literature. There is a consistent use of academic language throughout the essay. It is targetted at students sitting the new 9-1 GCSE English Literature exam .
How are women presented and interpreted in Shakespeare's 'Macbeth'?
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How are women presented and interpreted in Shakespeare's 'Macbeth'?

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A high standard essay, 3 pages long, of Macbeth with a lot of various points, the focus being on every essential main female character, the Witches, Lady Macbeth, Lady Macduff, etc. in the play, with the analysis having extremely detailed language and structural points of throughout the play; the essay meets all the assessment objectives for the exam board Eduqas English Literature but the thorough analysis is applicable to every exam board’s requirement. The user can use any preferred point, analysis, section of the essay or the essay as a whole.
How does Wilde present comedy in 'Importance of Being Earnest'?
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How does Wilde present comedy in 'Importance of Being Earnest'?

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This is an academic essay on the presentation of comedy in ‘Importance of Being Earnest.’ The essay covers all the AOs, with detailed language and structure analysis, essential to score high marks in the exam. it also includes contextual analysis, an important assessment objective. It is a very good model answer aimed to achieve the highest band in the exam, proven as it has been graded as an A* by a marker. There are four long paragraphs, in which the points and quotes analysed are ready to use for students. Teachers are recommended to use this as an exemplar essay for students.
Jekyll and Hyde Theme Quotes and Analysis
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Jekyll and Hyde Theme Quotes and Analysis

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This is a detailed documents covering significant themes in Jekyll and Hyde. This has all the most important and useful quotes from ‘The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’ arranged into themes and also analysed using context and language analysis. It also includes the character and the chapter, should the student need to search it in the book. The resource is FOUR pages long, and so includes MANY analysed quotes and important themes in the novella. Teachers or students are recommended to use this as a great revision activity for exams.