Everything you need to know about A Taste of Honey to succeed in your GCSE Literature exam or essay task.
York Notes: A Taste of Honey give you everything you need to know about Delaney’s radical coming-of-age drama exploring questions of race, class and gender. From act and scene summaries to analysis of key characters including Jo, Helen, Geof and Peter, and themes such as ‘Marriage and love’ and ‘Death and darkness’, these Notes will help you to reach your full potential in your exam or coursework task. You’ll also find help with understanding structure and language, and a wealth of advice on using quotations and writing essays, as well as a sample essay plan.
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