AQA Poetry Anthology: Conflict Revision Guide by Alison Smith
  

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AQA Poetry Anthology: Conflict Revision Guide by Alison Smith

With clear and concise revision notes that cover everything you'll need to know for the exam, this effective AQA Poetry: Conflict revision guide supports active revision for students working at all levels. Suitable for those studying the poems for Conflict in the AQA Poetry Anthology for GCSE English Literature course. Providing a student-friendly, uncluttered approach to GCSE revision, this AQA Poetry: Conflict revision guide is suitable for all levels and contains succinct revision notes and practice questions that focus on the core content needed for the exams. Included in this book: * essential revision notes for all the poems in the Conflict cluster, plus guidance on making intelligent and informed comparisons between the poems * simple and engaging explanations * quick tests and practice questions throughout to test and reinforce understanding * key words and supporting glossary

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Format

Paperback
48 pages

Author

Alison Smith
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Publisher


www.collins.co.uk

Publication date

24th September 2012

ISBN

9781844196661


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