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Everything you need to know about six contemporary women poets to succeed in your GCSE Literature exam or essay task.

York Notes: Six Women Poets give you everything you need to know about the poetry of Gillian Clarke, Grace Nichols, Fleur Adcock, Carol Rumens, Selima Hill and Liz Lochhead. From summaries of individual poems, including ballads and elegies, satires and free verse narratives, to analysis of themes such as freedom, family, slavery and war, these study notes will help you to fulfil your potential in your exam or coursework task. You’ll also find help with understanding important contexts and advice using quotations and writing essays, along with further questions and a sample essay plan. 

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Pub DateJuly 1998
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