Poetry of the First World War: York Notes for GCSE by Hana Sambrook
  

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Poetry of the First World War: York Notes for GCSE by Hana Sambrook

Key features of this text: * How to study the text * Author and historical background * General and detailed summaries * Commentary on themes, structure, characters, language and style * Glossaries * Test questions and issues to consider * Essay writing advice * Cultural connections * Literary terms * Illustrations * Colour design

About the Author

Hana Sambrook was educated at the Charles University in Prague and at the University of Edinburgh. She has worked for some years as an editor in Scottish educational publishing, and was later on the staff of the Edinburgh University Library. Now a freelance editor in London, she is the author of several York Notes.

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Paperback
80 pages

Author

Hana Sambrook
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Publication date

4th July 1997

ISBN

9780582314535


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