Are you studying A’ Level English Literature? Are you keen to do well? Mr Bruff’s Guide to A’ Level English Literature explains everything you need to know about the assessment objectives.* After all, how can you tailor your ideas unless you know what the examiner’s looking for?
At A’ level, you’re expected to develop informed opinions of your own. But how? Use this book as a starting point. It discusses contexts and introduces literary theory, literary movements and literary genres. It also shows you how to blend the views of others into your writing. Mr Bruff’s Guide to A’ Level English Literature models practical examples…there’s even an essay in a bonus chapter!
This handy resource explains the writing skills that you need. It also reviews and builds on your knowledge of terminology, structure, form and language.
Struggling to plan and write a comparative essay? There’s a chapter on how to do this. Doing the full A’ level and confused about how to cite your wider reading in your coursework? Mr Bruff’s Guide to A’ Level English Literature has a detailed chapter on how to how to write footnotes and a bibliography.
This guide is a must for any serious student of English Literature: it’s a sound investment in your future!
*For both the legacy and new A’ level (for teaching from September 2015)