Whose Life is it Anyway?: York Notes for GCSE by Brian Clark
  

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Whose Life is it Anyway?: York Notes for GCSE by Brian Clark

Do you want a better understanding of the text? Do you want to know how to improve your grade? Do you want to know how examiners think? Whatever you want, York Notes can help. York Notes for GCSE offer an exciting approach to English Literature and will help you to achieve a better grade. This market-leading series has been completely updated to reflect the needs of today's students. The new additions are packed with detailed summaries, commentaries on key themes, characters, language and style, illustrations, exam advice and much more. Written by GCSE esaminers and teachers, York Notes are the authoritative guides to exam success Features include: * Improve your grade section * Examiner's secrets * Checkpoints to test your understanding * Check the Net/Film/Book features * Self-tests with space for answers * Author and Context section * Fun and interesting facts about the text

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Paperback
96 pages

Author

Brian Clark
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Publication date

14th September 2006

ISBN

9781405835589


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