The Crucible  York Notes GCSE Revision Guide

Everything you need to know about The Crucible to succeed in your GCSE Literature exam or essay task.

York Notes for GCSE: The Crucible give you everything you need to know about Arthur Miller’s terrifying tale of witchcraft and deceit set in seventeenth-century Salem. From full Act summaries, study notes on key characters including the Proctors, Reverend John Hale and Mary Warren, and help with Language, Structure, and Key Contexts, York Notes provide a wealth of analysis and commentary to enhance your understanding of the text.. Plus an essential exam section to help boost your grade, with advice on understanding the question, planning your answer and using quotations, and sample answers at C and A grades. 

Print Edition information: Paperback, 72 pages, ISBN 9781408270042

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