The Farmer's Bride is a famous poem by Charlotte Mew. The narrator in the Farmer’s Bride provides a dramatic monologue in which a farmer in the nineteenth century reflects on his relationship with his wife.
GCSE English Literature learning topics and material for students in Year 7 to Year 11.
The ways that a character is presented in a text, their importance to the overall meaning and their interactions with other characters are all useful ways to start interpreting and answering GCSE English Literature exam questions.
Structure refers to how a text is organised and how its parts work together. The purpose of structuring a text is to influence the reader.