Everything you need to know about The Withered Arm and other Wessex Tales to succeed in your GCSE Literature exam or essay task.
York Notes: The Withered Arm and other Wessex Tales give you everything you need to know about Hardy’s tragic tales of rural life, taken from the 1984 Heinemann New Windmill edition. From summaries of each tale, including ‘The Distracted Preacher’ and ‘The Son’s Veto’, to analysis of key themes such as ‘Relationships’ and ‘Sacrifice’, as well as study notes on structure, language and style, York Notes will guide you to the best understanding of the stories. Practical advice on using quotations and writing essays, along with a sample essay plan and further questions will help you to reach your potential in the exam or coursework task.
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York Notes for GCSE offer an exciting and fresh approach to the study of English Literature. Written by GCSE examiners and teachers, the easy-to-use guides will provide you with a better appreciation and understanding of the text, and encourage you to form your own ideas and opinions. York Notes for GCSE are the ultimate guides to English Literature and include:
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