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GCSE: English Literature
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- 2000-2999 words
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We have 11 teacher specialists marking GCSE English Literature essays.
P.E.E.L = Point, Evidence/Examples, Explanation, Link back to the question. This keeps all of the paragraphs on topic and well developed.
32,570 GCSE English Literature essays
- Marked by Teachers essays 123
- Peer Reviewed essays 295
Conflict is often shown throughout the novella of 'Of Mice and Men'. Usually, it is a result of the strain that the Great Depression placed on the people who lived through it.5 star(s)
This is an extremely well-structured and sophisticated response which examines thoroughly the theme of conflict. The points made are relevant and supported by apt examples and quotations. The…
- Essay length: 1265 words
- Submitted: 13/07/2012
- Marked by teacher: Stephen Evans 20/03/2013
To Kill a Mocking Bird. In this essay, I will explore the ways in which family relationships are presented, specifically within the Cunningham, the Radley and Ewell families and will refer to the language devices and techniques used to explore theses rela5 star(s)
An excellent essay in many ways most noticeably in the mature and reflective analysis throughout.
The essay is fluently written with a wide vocabulary and uses quotes consistently.
- Essay length: 2546 words
- Submitted: 11/03/2011
- Marked by teacher: Katie Dixon 01/03/2012
This is an excellent essay in many ways. It shows an intelligent and perceptive response to the question and the writer clearly understands and is able to analyse the more…
- Essay length: 1708 words
- Submitted: 19/05/2010
- Marked by teacher: Katie Dixon 02/03/2012
This is an excellent essay which shows a very good understanding of the text and context. The writer uses well selected quotes and generally integrates these effectively. The essay makes…
- Essay length: 1062 words
- Submitted: 21/03/2010
- Marked by teacher: Karen Reader 03/04/2012
This is an excellent analytical essay that focuses on the question, ranges around the play and considers the contextual factors that influenced Shaw's writing and the way the play would…
- Essay length: 949 words
- Submitted: 12/11/2009
- Marked by teacher: Laura Gater 10/12/1999
How does Bram stoker manipulate audience response to Jonathan Harker and Dracula in his entopic novel?5 star(s)
This is an excellent essay. Clearly structured and showing real perception and insight.
It constantly refers to the question and remains focused.
Some very good use of quotes to support…
- Essay length: 2315 words
- Submitted: 08/12/2008
- Marked by teacher: Katie Dixon 04/03/2013
In this essay I will be exploring Jem and Scout's journey to maturity throughout the novel; To Kill a Mockingbird5 star(s)
This is an excellent answer to a potentially difficult question.
Thoughtful and perceptive discussion remains focused on the question throughout. Quotes are well selected and language is analysed accurately.…
- Essay length: 2483 words
- Submitted: 06/02/2007
- Marked by teacher: Katie Dixon 29/04/2112
This is an excellent essay. It remains focused on the question throughout and uses appropriate and well selected quotes to support statements. Shows a knowledge and understanding of the novel…
- Essay length: 2199 words
- Submitted: 30/01/2007
- Marked by teacher: Katie Dixon 29/04/2112
Compare and contrast how the writers of "My Last Duchess" and "Remember" portray different views of love5 star(s)
This is a well informed, intelligent essay, which gives a strong insight into both poems and makes some interesting comparisons and contrasts between them. *****…
- Essay length: 1509 words
- Submitted: 17/10/2006
- Marked by teacher: Karen Reader 28/04/2012
This is an excellent analytical essay that makes some very successful interpretations about the character of Scrooge and how he is used as a vehicle to communicate Dickens' message to…
- Essay length: 1386 words
- Submitted: 05/04/2006
- Marked by teacher: Laura Gater 11/12/1999
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