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I read a few days ago that a lot of high-achievers in English Literature buy the A level guides for their texts to get a better understanding and this helps them get the highest grades. Do you think this is worthwhile? The only text there are A level guides on for my exam is Macbeth anyway, so I would just get the one.

Also, does anyone know of any really good revision resources for Animal Farm? I hate that my school chose this text, whyy couldn't we do An Inspector Calls like everyone elseee

Thanks
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(Original post by elizabeth20013)
Hi,
I read a few days ago that a lot of high-achievers in English Literature buy the A level guides for their texts to get a better understanding and this helps them get the highest grades. Do you think this is worthwhile? The only text there are A level guides on for my exam is Macbeth anyway, so I would just get the one.

Also, does anyone know of any really good revision resources for Animal Farm? I hate that my school chose this text, whyy couldn't we do An Inspector Calls like everyone elseee

Thanks
It's a great book.

http://curriculumproject.org/wp-cont...ug2012-web.pdf
http://www.pinkmonkey.com/booknotes/...imalFarm02.asp
http://www.waltonstaffs.com/media/19...n-guide-1-.pdf

Just get Mr bruff guides for the rest.
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Thanks, they'll be really useful
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