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AS and A Level: David Guterson
9 AS and A Level David Guterson essays
What impression do we get of the community from the descriptions Guterson provides in the opening chapters. Louise Burrow
- Essay length: 1487 words
- Submitted: 31/03/2006
- Essay length: 1954 words
- Submitted: 26/08/2005
In "Snow Falling on Cedars," write about the way Guterson presents the character of Kabuo in the novel.
- Essay length: 763 words
- Submitted: 24/03/2004
How does the author create suspense in chapter two of the "Snow Falling on Cedars", in which Carl Heine's body is discovered?
- Essay length: 749 words
- Submitted: 04/03/2004
- Essay length: 601 words
- Submitted: 10/12/2003
How does David Guterson convey the fragility of the community of San Piedro in his opening chapters?
- Essay length: 563 words
- Submitted: 06/11/2003
In what ways does the writer develop tension and mystery in the opening chapters of Snow Falling On Cedars?
- Essay length: 788 words
- Submitted: 19/09/2003
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