Pride and Prejudice: York Notes for GCSE (9-1) by Paul Pascoe, Julia Jones, John Scicluna


Pride and Prejudice: York Notes for GCSE (9-1) by Paul Pascoe, Julia Jones, John Scicluna

* A fully revised exam section: expert guidance on understanding the question, planning an answer, writing about effects and using quotations, plus tips on spelling, punctuation and grammar. * All the key skills covered: 'Exam focus' model answer extracts with annotations, and 'Progress and Revision Checks' will guide students' learning, help them test their progress and reach their potential. * The most in-depth analysis: from text summaries to characters, themes, contexts, form, structure and language, all designed to help students reach their potential.

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96 pages


Paul Pascoe, Julia Jones, John Scicluna
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4th August 2015



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