Everything you need to know about Whose Life is it Anyway? to succeed in your GCSE Literature exam or essay task.
York Notes for GCSE: Whose Life is it Anyway? give you everything you need to know about Clark’s compelling and moving drama about a paralysed man trapped inside his own body, from detailed summaries of each act to analysis of key characters including Ken Harrison and Dr Emerson and themes such as ‘Imprisonment’ and ‘Identity’. Study notes on structure, language and style will guide you to the best understanding of the text, while practical advice on using quotations, writing essays and improving your grade will help you to reach your potential in the exam or coursework task.
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York Notes for GCSE offer an exciting approach to English Literature and will help you to achieve a better grade. Written by GCSE examiners and teachers, and packed full of commentaries, analysis and tips on tackling the exam, York Notes are the ultimate guides to English Literature GCSE. They include:
Everything you need to help you learn, revise effectively and write the very best answers.