GCSE - AQA English Literature

Both “The Moment” by Margaret Atwood and “London” by William Blake are poems about man’s relationship and dependency on nature. They both teach the message that you need to embrace nature to survive as a human; and warn against the consequences of not doing so. Where Atwood’s poem is more of a warning about what could happen if we reject nature, Blake let’s us experience what this is actually like, he describes humans trying what Atwood has warned against.  

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From Arthur Miller’s immediate introduction of Abigail Williams, we already have quite a strong idea of her character. He introduces her as being “seventeen, a strikingly beautiful girl and an orphan with an endless capacity for dissembling.” Straight away, her character strikes us as being atypical compared to the other Salem residents we have already met. Amongst the “clean spareness” of Puritan life, Abigail Williams is “strikingly beautiful.”

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Mind map with ideas to do with the theme of freedom in the Crucible which can easily be used as an essay plan. This theme could come up as an essay in the exam.

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Notes with ideas to do with the theme and conflict between public and private life in the Crucible which can easily be used as an essay plan. This theme could come up as an essay in the exam.

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Main quotes of the play divided up under character, theme and style headings.
Very useful when writing essays and learning quotes. Save yourself the time of reading through the whole play to find and organise the quotes yourself.

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Notes with ideas to do with how Arthur Miller uses sound in Act 1 in the Crucible which can easily be used as an essay plan.
This theme could come up as an essay in the exam.

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Key points to do with the whole of the play. Notes include the main things you need to include in all essays on the Crucible and are very through.
GCSE revision guides are often very vague, superficial and simple and don’t give you enough depth to gain the top grades. These notes are designed for people aiming right up to A* standard.

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Key quotations from the whole of the play.

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Very comprehensive, clear and easy to understand notes on Atticus Finch. GCSE revision guides are often very vague, superficial and simple and don’t give you enough depth to gain the top grades. These notes are designed for people aiming right up to A* standard.
Atticus could come up as an essay question in the exam and these notes will teach you all you need to know about him as a character in the novel.

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Key points to do with the whole of the novel. Notes include the main things you need to include in all essays on the To Kill a Mockingbird and are very through.
GCSE revision guides are often very vague, superficial and simple and don’t give you enough depth to gain the top grades. These notes are designed for people aiming right up to A* standard.

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Miss Maudie, although possibly not an absolutely pivotal character in the novel, is a very important one, and personally, my favourite character in the whole novel, despite the fact I was let down by the producer’s depiction of her in the 1950’s film version.

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