English Literature

English Literature

GCSE English Literature learning topics and material for students in Year 7 to Year 11.

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The Farmer’s Bride Analysis
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The Farmer’s Bride Analysis

Charlotte Mew's poem, The Farmer's Bride, is a heartbreakingly tragic tale of a man's obsession with his wife and a woman's fear of her husband. Through vivid imagery and narration from the farmer's perspective, Mew creates a story that explores themes of love, loss, and resilience in adversity.

Character: English Literature
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Character: English Literature

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.

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