The GCSE Study Guide for To Kill a Mockingbird from York Notes is a complete revision aid, providing all of the information, textual readings, character analysis, and study tools you need to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of the novel, and to earn top marks in your GCSE exam.
The examiner marking your GCSE To Kill a Mockingbird exam answers may be looking for evidence of your understanding of the novel’s themes of morality, social and racial inequality, as well as the importance of education, the metaphorical significance of the mockingbird, the relationship between Atticus, Scout, and Jem Finch or the impact of events in the novel, such as the shooting of Tom Robinson. Students earning top marks are likely to be able demonstrate how aspects of Harper Lee’s own life and context may have influenced the portrayal of protagonists and key events in To Kill a Mockingbird.
To help you revise the novel thoroughly and maximise your potential to craft high scoring essays and answers in your GCSE English Literature exam, the To Kill a Mockingbird Study Guide from York Notes provides detailed analysis of the novel’s context, characters, themes and events as well as providing invaluable background information; equipping you with everything you need to attain your best possible GCSE grade.
Print Edition information: Paperback, 72 pages, ISBN 9781408248836