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The Hyperbolit School’s Top Grade Macbeth Essay Guide by Jen Chan and Lucy Garner

GBP 24

What does this Guide include?

  • 6 top grade essays on commonly examined themes (guilt, appearance vs reality, masculinity, chaos and order, fate, evil)
  • Detailed marking and feedback based on official GCSE Assessment Objectives
  • Sophisticated ideas and exclusive insights not available anywhere else on the web 
  • Expert guidance from First Class Oxford English graduate and tutor + PGCE qualified English school teacher
     

How will this Guide help you?

This Guide will help you learn how to…

  • Select the right textual evidence and embed quotations like a boss
  • Incorporate relevant contextual links in your essay
  • Come up with sophisticated critical analysis about the play
  • Write an essay on Macbeth like a top grade lit student

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The Hyperbolit School’s All-in-one Foundation Lit Course – Essay Writing: The Basics (Study Notes)

USD 6

What does this Guide include?

  • A step-by-step explainer of how to structure an essay
  • Detailed walkthrough of how to write good introduction, main body and conclusion paragraphs
  • Exclusive tips on how to write concisely
  • Tried-and-tested strategies on how to manage time well when writing essays for exams

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The Hyperbolit School’s All-in-one Foundation Lit Course – Poetry: The Basics (Study Notes)

USD 6

What does this Guide include?

  • A comprehensive explainer of 20+ key poetic devices that all top grade lit students must know
  • Clear diagrams to help you understand the relationship between different devices for easy understanding
  • Tips to analyse form and structure
  • A step-by-step walkthrough of how to analyse any poem

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The Hyperbolit School’s All-in-one Foundation Lit Course – Fiction: The Basics (Study Notes)

USD 6

What does this Guide include?

  • Detailed approach to analysing characters (external vs internal features, flat vs round characterisation, literary examples etc.)
  • Clear explanation of the difference between theme, motif and symbol; mood, setting and atmosphere + tips on how to analyse these aspects
  • Comprehensive list of narrative sequences (linear / in medias res / flashback etc.) and narrative perspective (first-person / third-person omniscient / limited omniscient etc.)

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The Hyperbolit School’s All-in-one Foundation Lit Course – Shakespeare: The Basics (Study Notes)

USD 6

What does this Guide include?

  • Important contextual facts about Shakespeare (crucial for a background understanding of his works!)
  • Clear timeline of Shakespeare’s major plays
  • Top tips to get started with reading Shakespeare

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