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I’ve been studying the power and conflict poems for gcse with the Collins power and conflict poetry anthology revision guide, and I’ve only just realised it’s a REVISION GUIDE which makes me think I may not be learning everything fully? There are annotations of all the poems and a bit on context, themes and form, structure and language, and then practice questions. Do I need to get another book or is this everything I need to know? Please help
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Is the York notes study guide going to have more information or is it the same type of thing?
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I’ve been studying the power and conflict poems for gcse with the Collins power and conflict poetry anthology revision guide, and I’ve only just realised it’s a REVISION GUIDE which makes me think I may not be learning everything fully? There are annotations of all the poems and a bit on context, themes and form, structure and language, and then practice questions. Do I need to get another book or is this everything I need to know? Please help
The revision guide should have all the key points that you need to know for the exam. This, along with any class notes you already have, should be sufficient enough imo. I reckon the York notes study guide will be very similar if it's also a revision guide.

I think I used the CGP book and if I remember correctly, it had a bit more than your Collins guide but in the end, I barely used it because most of the points in the revision guide, I already had in my class notes
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