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Ariel, Age of Iron, Playing for Time, St Joan, Pride & Prejudice, Hamlet,
Woman in Mind, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf

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A level Literature Tuition

Troubled Heterosexual Unions in A level Literature

Couples trapped in unhappy marriages, dysfunctional marital unions are recurring themes in A level Literature texts  for H3 paper, “The Mind and Self in Literature”. This is a recurring theme in Woman in Mind, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,  and Ariel. Many names and labels have been given to the writers and of such works …

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over-teaching in Literature tuition sessions

Over-Teaching in My Literature Sessions

Over teaching – means teaching more than what  is done in schools  and in the school textbooks. Over the years I give extra notes and information on content, skills and techniques in my literature tuition sessions. My pedagogical intentions are to: provide additional relevant information for students to substantiate their answers arouse curiosity in them …

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Three Reasons for Shakespeare being My Favourite Playwright- part 2 of my series on Shakespeare

There are three reasons for Shakespeare being my all-time favourite writer. First he is very talented. I mean is there any genre he has not written with regards to his plays? There are the historical plays, then there are comedies and of course who can ever forget his tragedies! Then of course there is another …

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William Shakespeare – Appreciating his Genius

Acknowledged to be the greatest playwright in the English Language, Shakespeare has written 37 plays. A literary icon, yet he remains enduringly elusive – Shakespeare’s doctrines, political and social, are elliptical. His plays offer no clues as to whether he was a liberal or conservative, a rebel or a conformist. (Even)a computer would have difficulty …

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