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A Level English Literature Guide to Unit 4 LITA4 »

Ruth Owen | Monday November 11, 2013

Categories: Drama, A Street Car Named Desire, Hamlet, Measure For Measure, Othello, Hot Entries, Prose, Enduring Love, Notes on a Scandal, Revolutionary Road, Tess of the D'Urbervilles, Shakespeare, Shakespeare's Plays, Writing, Analytical Writing, Essays, Literary Analysis, AQA A Level English Literature A, LITA4, KS5 Archive, AQA A Level

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LITA4 Extended Essay and Shakespeare Study

This unit of study provides an excellent opportunity to explore the theme of love through literature, which is also the topic of your examined unit, Unit 3, LITA3

You are required to write a sustained essay on three texts of your own choice, one of which must be a play by Shakespeare. The three texts must be linked by either the theme of ‘Love through the Ages’ or by any other theme of your own choice but agreed with your teacher.

The two texts other than the...

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ELLB3 A Street Car Named Desire Guides »

Alice O'Connor | Wednesday September 08, 2010

Categories: Drama, A Street Car Named Desire, AQA A Level English Language & Literature B, ELLB3, KS5 Archive, AQA A Level


A comprehensive set of resources on ‘A Street Car Named Desire’.

1. Scene 3 Additional Notes.doc

2. Scene 4 Additional Notes.doc

3. Scene 5 Additional Notes .doc

4. Scene 6 Additional Notes.doc

5. Scene 7 Additional Notes.doc

6. Scene 8 Additional Notes.doc

7. Scene 9 Additional Notes.doc

8. Scene 10 Additional Notes.doc

9. Scene 11 Additional Notes.doc

10. ELLB3 Question Scene 3.doc

11. ELLB3 Question Scene 4.doc

11a. ELLB3 Scene 4 - Indicative Content.doc

12. ELLB3 Question Scene 5.doc

12a. ELLB3 Scene 5 - Indicative...

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