English Lit tips for Macbeth, Jekyll and Hyde and An Inspector calls

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Angel Amenze
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Does anyone have any tips on how your revise, learn quotes and analyse in depth and include themes. Specifically ideas on Mr + Mrs Birling, Gerald and Eric in An Inspector Calls and Lady Macbeth, Macduff, Duncan and Banquo From Macbeth.
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Does anyone have any tips on how your revise, learn quotes and analyse in depth and include themes. Specifically ideas on Mr + Mrs Birling, Gerald and Eric in An Inspector Calls and Lady Macbeth, Macduff, Duncan and Banquo From Macbeth.
for my revision on macbeth the first thing I did was like a summary on the play, then I made minds for each character and wrote down the theme of which it links to, for example for Macbeth where he says "is this a dagger which I see before me" like some of the connotations are that it can be the witches trying to persuade him to follow the wrong path which is superstious or another idea maybe that he is just having violent thoughts as he just came back form war or maybe that it is his guilt or maybe his first steps or signs which to going mad and loosoing his concious, the context of this maybe that as he is a man of the jabobean era he should not have doubt in himself and should be strong and not questionable therefore he is going against the the expectations of the patriarchal society, I do this for like the juiciest quotes and when I come to the exam I would just expand on the connotations of the quotes. I havent started my revision for A.I.C so I cant help with that sorreh
but hope this helps and good luck
(also dont mind my spelling)
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for my revision on macbeth the first thing I did was like a summary on the play, then I made minds for each character and wrote down the theme of which it links to, for example for Macbeth where he says "is this a dagger which I see before me" like some of the connotations are that it can be the witches trying to persuade him to follow the wrong path which is superstious or another idea maybe that he is just having violent thoughts as he just came back form war or maybe that it is his guilt or maybe his first steps or signs which to going mad and loosoing his concious, the context of this maybe that as he is a man of the jabobean era he should not have doubt in himself and should be strong and not questionable therefore he is going against the the expectations of the patriarchal society, I do this for like the juiciest quotes and when I come to the exam I would just expand on the connotations of the quotes. I havent started my revision for A.I.C so I cant help with that sorreh
but hope this helps and good luck
(also dont mind my spelling)
Thank so much, this helped a lot 😁
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Thank so much, this helped a lot 😁
glad I could help
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