Everything you need to know about Absent Friends to succeed in your GCSE Literature exam or essay task.
With comprehensive critical overviews and in-depth analysis, York Notes: Absent Friends give you with everything you need for a sophisticated understanding of Ayckbourn’s entertaining domestic comedy. With full summaries of each act, study notes on key characters, including Diana, Paul and Colin, and analysis of themes such as ‘Friendship’ and ‘Death’, this study guide will readily prepare you for your exam or coursework task. You’ll also find help with understanding structure, language and style, as well as practical advice on using quotations, essay writing and sample essay plans.
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