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Let other students help you revise for your GCSE English Literature exams. In this series, students break down the core English literature texts to help you ace your exams. Find your FREE online GCSE English lit course here: https://bit.ly/3i1R1uh
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Catherine looks at quotes from Mrs Birling in An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at different quotes from the character, as well as an analysis of the quotes. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision 
Catherine looks at an analysis of Mrs Birling in An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at how Priestly characterises her, and what she represents in the play. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision 
Catherine looks at quotes from Mr Birling in An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at quotes from the character and the implications of these particular quotes. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision 
Catherine looks at an analysis of Mr Birling in An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at how Priestly characterises him, and what he represents as a character. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision 
Catherine looks at the dramatic function of the characters in An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at how the different characters can represent different ideas and ideologies, and how their relationships with each other have dramatic meaning. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision 
Catherine looks at the characterisation of women in An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at how Priestly characterises the female characters in his play. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision 
Catherine looks at attitudes to women in An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at contemporary attitudes to women at the time the play was set. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision 
Catherine looks at blame and responsibility in An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at how the playwright uses blame and responsibility to make points about society. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision 
Catherine looks at socialism vs capitalism in An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at socialist and capitalist ideas that were prevalent at the time of writing and when the play was set, and how J.B. Priestly incorporates these ideas into his characterisations. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision 
Catherine looks at abuse of power and corruption in An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at how the different characters abuse their power in the play, and how they conflict over abuses of power. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision 
Catherine looks at social class and inequality in An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at how the different characters represent different British social classes, and how the relationships between the characters depend on their class. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision 
Catherine looks at more key quotes from Act 3 of An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at key quotes from the rest of the characters, including Eric. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision 
Catherine looks at the key quotes from Act 3 of An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at the key quotes from different characters in the final act of the play. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision  
Catherine looks at a summary of Act 3 of An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at the key events and spooky conclusion of the final act. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision  
Catherine looks at key quotes from Act 2 of An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at key quotes from different characters in the play during the second act. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision 
Catherine looks at a summary of Act 2 of An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at the key events that take place in the second act, including more revelations about Eva Smith/Daisy Renton, and the family's role in her death. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision 
Catherine looks at key quotes from Act 1 of An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at key quotes from different characters in the dramatic first act of the play. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision 
Catherine looks at a summary of Act 1 in An Inspector Calls, for your GCSE English Literature exam. In this episode, she will look at the dramatic first act of the play, where the characters are introduced and begin to be revealed. Ideal for preparing for your GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision 
Catherine looks at pathetic fallacy and symbolism for your GCSE English Literature - Macbeth exam. In this episode, she will look at the different ways Shakespeare uses pathetic fallacy and symbolism in Macbeth, including key quotes. Ideal for preparing your for GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision
Catherine looks at structure, meter and dramatic irony for your GCSE English Literature - Macbeth exam. In this episode, she will look at the different ways Shakespeare uses these literary techniques in Macbeth, including key quotes. Ideal for preparing your for GCSE English Literature exam. For more info visit www.senecalearning.com/blog/gcse-english-literature-revision
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Alec Neate

great videos but audio quality could be better

May 22nd
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