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A Passage to India: Discussion Prompt 1

Analyse the symbolic references registered in Chapter 1 of the novel. Advertisements

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AS Level Paper 3 : Poetry

THEME OF DEATH -I Because I Could not Stop for Death by Emily Dickinson Cold in the Earth by Emile Bronte Song: Tears, Idle Tears by Lord, Alfred Tennyson

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AS Level Poetry: Paper 3

Poems on Relationships II Childhood by Frances Cornford My Parents by Stephen Spender For Heidi with Blue Hair by Fleur Adcock

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AS Level Poetry: Paper 3

Poems on War I Anthem for Doomed Youth My Dreams are of a Field Afar Attack Language Questions: 1. Do you feel these three poems develop the notion of disillusionment and a certain disenchantment ? How do the poets employ … Continue reading

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AS Level Paper 3: Poetry

Poems on Relationships I Follower by Seamus Heaney Elegy for My father’s Father by James K.Baxter Praise Song for My Mother Language and Form Questions 1.How is the title significant to the theme of a parent-child  in each of these … Continue reading

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AS Level Literature 9695 Paper 3: Songs of Ourselves

Revision Template for Poems Poetry Anthology Revision Template by Najia Zaheer Nazir

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How to Read Short Stories from your Exam Anthology

Checklist: Elements of Literary Style   1. Sentence Structure  Are the sentences long or short?  Why do they change?Do they contain many subordinate clauses, or are they often fragments? Are there any digressions or interruptions? Is the word-order straightforward or … Continue reading

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