Choose the York Notes for GCSE Study Guide to William Golding’s Lord of the Flies and you’ll have at your fingertips all of the information, study notes and essay tools you need to prepare you for achieving the highest grades you can in your GCSE English Literature exams.
In order to score highly your essays and answers will need to prove to the examiner your knowledge of Lord of the Flies and can write about, with examples, aspects of the plot, characterisation and major themes. For example you may be asked to discuss and illustrate the way in which Golding depicts violence in the novel, to explain how and why Ralph and Jack turn from friends to enemies, to give your opinion on the effectiveness of the story as a tale of morality or to explore the symbolic significance of the conch or of Piggy’s spectacles.
Each edition, whether printed or digital, of the Lord of the Flies GCSE Study Guide from York Notes provides an in-depth analysis of the novel and its key aspects plus a wealth of useful background and contextual information. Sample exam questions and answers, essay planning tools and revision activities help you to structure your revision and to devise essays and answers that will help to earn you maximum marks in your GCSE English Literature exams.
Print Edition information: Paperback, 80 pages, ISBN 9781447982197