GCSE Anthology AQA Poetry Study Guide (Conflict) Foundation (A*-G Course) by CGP Books
  

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GCSE Anthology AQA Poetry Study Guide (Conflict) Foundation (A*-G Course) by CGP Books

This book is full of clear notes for writing Foundation level GCSE English Literature essays on the Conflict cluster of the AQA Poetry Anthology. Each poem is annotated with explanations, and has notes on its form, structure, language and context. There are quick questions to help you come up with your own ideas about the poems and clear notes on themes and poetry techniques. There's also three detailed worked answers and a section of exam advice which includes useful tips for getting good grades - all the way up to C.

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Paperback
76 pages

Author

CGP Books
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Publisher

Coordination Group Publications Ltd (CGP)

Publication date

1st September 2010

ISBN

9781847625267


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