- My Last Duchess by Robert Browning | 5 minute Revision Shot
“That’s my last Duchess painted on the wall,
Looking as if she were alive.”
If you’re wanting to revise My Last Duchess for GCSE English Literature, treat your ears to just five minutes of concentrated exam cramming!
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- Tissue by Imtiaz Dharker | 5 minute Revision Shot
Our Tissue analysis provides you with a full breakdown of Imtiaz Dharker’s ten-stanza poem, readying you nicely for GCSE English Literature!
There’s no drifting or shifting in this Revision Shot as we explore the structures and meanings of a poem that flutters between functional and conceptual connotation. We’ve even included a five-point summary to wrap up this five-minute analysis.
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- Bayonet Charge by Ted Hughes | 5 minute Revision Shot
‘Suddenly he awoke and was running.’ Join us for this Revision Shot analysis of Bayonet Charge by Ted Hughes.
In just five minutes, this GCSE English Literature revision episode should alleviate the panicky feeling given off by the rhythmic structure and rhyme (or lack of) in the poem. As the scale of violence transcends the stanzas of Hughes’ writing, you can calm yourself with summarised analysis ideal for exam prep.
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- Ozymandias by Percy Bysshe Shelley | 5 minute Revision Shot
“My name is Ozymandias, king of kings: Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!” Command a king-sized comprehension of Percy Bysshe Shelley’s poem, Ozymandias, with this five-minute analysis for GCSE English Literature.
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- London by William Blake | 5 minute Revision Shot
‘I wander thro’ each charter’d street, Near where the charter’d Thames does flow…’ The poem, London, is the subject of this GCSE-focused Revision Shot analysis.
Written by the romantic poet, William Blake, we delve into the details of this 16-line polemic poem, examining the vivid language employed, the use of repetition and the structures utilised. For those of you studying English Literature, this one’s a must.
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