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How to get a 9 in Shakespeare | Hetty Steele | John Catt
Publisher: John Catt
Subject: Literature
Curriculum: National UK
Level: GCSE / National 4 & 5
Language: English
Classoos code: 18550
Digitization: Live text
Published: 05/09/2022
ISBN: 9781915361554
Hardcopy ISBN: 9781915261281

How to get a 9 in Shakespeare

Hetty Steele

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Summary

Are you confident with poetry, an expert in Dickens, at ease with modern drama, but a bit more unsure when it comes to Shakespeare? Then this is the guide for you. Lots of students find Shakespearean language and content the hardest element of the GCSE English Literature course; this book gives you practical strategies you can use to make sure you can access those very top grades. Are you giving the examiner your own personal opinion on the extract? Have you picked out the most important quotes, and broken them down? Does it link to the play as a whole? This guide gives you a range of ways to make sure you're doing all this and more, and that you achieve as close to full marks as possible, every time. Broken down into the two most frequently studied Shakespearean plays at GCSE (Macbeth and Romeo and Juliet), you can find the text that you need and become an expert in all things Shakespeare. No more woolly points, no more skirting away from analyzing pentametre, no more generic 'Shakesperean audiences hated...' It's time to focus on the 9s.

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