Prepare for success with York Notes for GCSE: Jane Eyre!
Use the new Jane Eyre York Notes for GCSE English Literature (Grades 9–1) to gain an in-depth knowledge of key aspects of the novel including its historical context, Brontë’s use of language, key themes, characters and plot. These detailed Notes have been created to help you to write essays and answers that earn high marks in your GCSE English Literature exam.
Examiners will want to see that you can make clear points and show your own interpretation of the novel, supported by appropriate quotations from the text. It is key that you can show the effects of Brontë’s techniques – such as how she uses pathetic fallacy to describe Jane Eyre’s emotions, or imagery such as ice and fire to contrast St John Rivers and Mr Rochester. You should be able to comment on extracts from the text and make connections across the novel – key skills that the York Notes will assist you with.
The York Notes GCSE English Literature revision bundle for Jane Eyre gives you everything need to succeed – summaries, analysis, features, activities and study tools, all helping you to to thoroughly familiarise yourself with the novel and equip you with the knowledge and skills you need to be able to craft exam answers and achieve the highest grade you can.
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|Pub Date||August 2015|
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