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'The Picture of Dorian Grey' and 'Dracula' Extended Revision Booklet
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'The Picture of Dorian Grey' and 'Dracula' Extended Revision Booklet

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The booklet is 43 pages, and it includes: Breakdown of the charcteristics of gothic texts. A chart on each page specifying possible quote meanings, where the quote is, and detailed context for both texts. 5 themes for ‘Dracula’: Sex, Marriage, Drugs and Alcohol, Passivity, Gender 4 themes for ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’: Good vs Bad, Youth, Morality and Ethics, Appearances,
Hamlet: Essay Plans and Structure Help
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Hamlet: Essay Plans and Structure Help

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This booklet includes: An overview/breakdown of the plot, with ideas and key quotations included as you progress through the play. This is designed to help you understand the full picture of the play. An additional revision aid is also attached: following the overview of the play are 2 essay plan topics: Madness and Family Relationships attached. For revision purposes, complex, extremely detailed plans are included and also a simplified versions to make it easier to ingest the information quickly, once the key concepts are understood. Although some ideas are included in the overview, for a clearer more in depth picture, please look at the ‘Hamlet’ and ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ Extended Revision Guide (listed on my page).
The Wife of Bath: Essay Plans
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The Wife of Bath: Essay Plans

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This short booklet includes 6 extensive essay plans. These essay plans are effective and filled with ideas, context, and example, to aid you with these key topics. The included themes are: (1) Morality (2) Church/Religion (3) Sexuality (4) Corruption (5) Desire (6) Fantasy
'Hamlet' and 'A Streetcar Named Desire' Extended Revision Booklet
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'Hamlet' and 'A Streetcar Named Desire' Extended Revision Booklet

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The booklet is 51 pages, and it includes: A chart on each page specifying possible quote meanings, where the quote is, critics (for Hamlet), detailed context for both texts. 9 themes for ‘Hamlet’: Madness, Revenge, Morality, Gender, Religion, Art and Culture, Lies and Deceit, Sex, Family 6 themes for ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’: Sexual Desire, Fantasy and Delusion, Appearances, Men and Masculinity, Death, Social Class
Streetcar Named Desire: Essay Plans and Structure Help
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Streetcar Named Desire: Essay Plans and Structure Help

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This booklet includes: An overview/breakdown of the plot, with ideas and key quotations included as you progress through the play. This is designed to help you understand the full picture of the play. An additional revision aid is attached: 3 extremely detailed essay plans with 3 less complex/simple versions of the essay plans following afterwards. Themes included: Madness, Sexuality, & the question “How does Williams allow us to see different points of view in in Streetcar?” (For more themes and ideas, I have a revision guide dedicated to ‘Hamlet’ and ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ listed on my page). (The purpose of including a simple version of the essay plans along with the complex version, is so that you are able to quickly refresh your memory with the simple plans, once you have grasped the concepts introduced in the complex essay plans).