Jekyll and hyde notes gcse

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jekyll and hyde notes gcse

Gcse Revision Notes for R.L. Stevensons Dr Jekyll & MR Hyde - Study Guide: All Chapters, Page-By-Page Analysis by Joe Broadfoot

This book is aimed at GCSE students of English Literature who are studying Robert Louis Stevensons The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. The focus is on what examiners are looking for, especially since the changes to the curriculum in 2015, and here you will find each chapter covered in detail. I hope this will help you and be a valuable tool in your studies and revision.
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Jekyll and Hyde - 5 Key Quotations - Close Analysis GCSE

GCSE 'Jekyll and Hyde' theme notes, extract question & response on terrifying setting

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Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a novella by Robert Louis Stevenson that was first published in
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