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A Guide to Gothic »

Victoria Elliott | Wednesday June 17, 2020

Categories: KS5 Resources, Hot Entries, Prose, Frankenstein, Northanger Abbey, The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde, Victorian Literature

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    What makes Gothic?

    Although it’s never easy to define precisely the characteristics of any given field of literature, Gothic defies pinning down more than most. Ghosts and monsters are an easy and flippant answer to ‘what makes Gothic’; but not all Gothic has either or both.

    The presence of psychological and physical terror is one key characteristic, as is a concern with morality, often...

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A Guide to Hamlet »

Steph Atkinson | Wednesday May 20, 2020

Categories: KS5 Resources, KS5 Literature, Drama, Hamlet, Hot Entries, Shakespeare, Shakespeare's Plays

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  • Introduction and Act 1

    Hamlet: tragic hero?

    Hamlet is usually regarded as the finest of Shakespeare’s tragedies, and one of the greatest tragedies ever written; however, it is frequently defined as ‘tragedy’ with little or no reference to tragic tropes, either Greek, Renaissance or later theories of tragedy, or with insufficient consideration of other useful theoretical approaches.

    The aim of this teaching...

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    A Guide to Hamlet | Act 5 »

    Steph Atkinson | Monday May 20, 2019

    Categories: KS5 Resources, KS5 Literature, Drama, Hamlet, Hot Entries

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    1. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 1
    2. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 2
    3. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 3
    4. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 4
    5. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 5

    Hamlet: tragic hero?

    Hamlet is usually regarded as the finest of Shakespeare’s tragedies, and one of the greatest tragedies ever written; however, it is frequently defined as ‘tragedy’ with little or no reference to tragic tropes, either Greek, Renaissance or later theories of tragedy, or with insufficient...

    [ read full article ] »

    A Guide to Hamlet | Act 4 »

    Steph Atkinson | Monday May 20, 2019

    Categories: KS5 Resources, KS5 Literature, Drama, Hamlet, Hot Entries

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    1. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 1
    2. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 2
    3. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 3
    4. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 4
    5. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 5

    Hamlet: tragic hero?

    Hamlet is usually regarded as the finest of Shakespeare’s tragedies, and one of the greatest tragedies ever written; however, it is frequently defined as ‘tragedy’ with little or no reference to tragic tropes, either Greek, Renaissance or later theories of tragedy, or with insufficient...

    [ read full article ] »

    A Guide to Hamlet | Act 3 »

    Steph Atkinson | Monday May 20, 2019

    Categories: KS5 Resources, KS5 Literature, Drama, Hamlet, Hot Entries

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    1. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 1
    2. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 2
    3. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 3
    4. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 4
    5. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 5

    Hamlet: tragic hero?

    Hamlet is usually regarded as the finest of Shakespeare’s tragedies, and one of the greatest tragedies ever written; however, it is frequently defined as ‘tragedy’ with little or no reference to tragic tropes, either Greek, Renaissance or later theories of tragedy, or with insufficient...

    [ read full article ] »

    A Guide to Hamlet | Act 2 »

    Steph Atkinson | Monday May 20, 2019

    Categories: KS5 Resources, KS5 Literature, Drama, Hamlet, Hot Entries

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    1. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 1
    2. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 2
    3. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 3
    4. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 4
    5. A Guide to Hamlet | Act 5

    Hamlet: tragic hero?

    Hamlet is usually regarded as the finest of Shakespeare’s tragedies, and one of the greatest tragedies ever written; however, it is frequently defined as ‘tragedy’ with little or no reference to tragic tropes, either Greek, Renaissance or later theories of tragedy, or with insufficient...

    [ read full article ] »