Revise Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde with York Notes for GCSE English success
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: GCSE York Notes offers the best way to gain the knowledge and understanding of Robert Louis Stevenson’s famous story of dual identities that you’ll need in order to draft high-scoring essays and answers to GCSE English Literature exam questions.
When marking your essays and answers, GCSE examiners will score highly those which demonstrate, with appropriate quotes from the text, an in-depth appreciation of various aspects of the story. For example, you might be asked to argue for or against Stevenson’s choice of Mr Utterson as the narrator of the story rather than Dr Jekyll, explain the correlation between the physical appearance and moral attributes of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde or discuss how Stephenson uses language to create an atmosphere of tension and fear in the story.
By combining detailed commentary and analysis of the story, valuable background information and historical context with a host of useful study tips, Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde: GCSE York Notes is an unbeatable aid to help you revise for your GCSE English Literature exam and gain your best possible result.
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|Pub Date||July 1998|