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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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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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Exploring Literature through Ecocriticism in Secondary Texts

Some useful historical background Early origins of one aspect of Ecocriticism – the origin of animal rights can be traced to Jeremy Bentham’s book Introduction to the Principles of Morals and Legislation first printed in 1780 but not published until 1789. In it he wrote about utilitarianism where cruelty to animals was analogous to slavery. To …

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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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Women in Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s Women by Literature Tutor Complexities about the portrayal of  women in Shakespeare’s plays that students need to be aware of Shakespeare’s women demonstrate self-sufficiency, evade stereotypes, and assert their opinions. Think of Juliet Capulet, a feisty, sassy 14-year-old in Romeo & Juliet, think of Portia, a confident, wealthy heiress, educated, clever and witty in The Merchant of …

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Literature Tutor on Themes for Secondary Literature

Texts are often changed, either replaced by new ones or by previously used titles. No matter what the changes are, there are certain common themes that occur in the texts. The common themes are: resilience, prejudice and discrimination, racism, relationships, conflict, love and courtship, friendship, family and community, and identity.  The less common themes are …

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