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English Literature GCSE Revision / BBC Learning English
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- BBC World Service’s special department that is devoted to teaching English.
- Providing free activities and resources for UK teaching faculties and students.
- Creates key characters from famous novels studied for the English Literature GCSE.
- These protagonist ‘character sketches’ are very useful for English Literature GCSE revision.
- BBC Learning English describes GCSE English Literature characters’ most important actions. As well as their most ‘famous’ quotes, which can be used for GCSE English Literature essays.
- For instance, the BBC’s characterisation of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy as the two main characters of Jane Austen’s novel Pride and Prejudice.
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GCSE English Literature course for Never Let Me Go
- In the GCSE course, students might have come across the novel Never Let Me Go:
- The main characters of this novel are Kathy H, Tommy, and Ruth.
- The reader is not given the surname of the main character Kathy H. This is because Kazu Ishiguro, the author, portrays the concept of cloned student names. Such that students’ names are differentiated with merely a letter of their surnames.
- The character Kathy plays a vital role as the narrator of the whole story. The second character, Ruth, plays the role of a manipulative and unkind person, specifically towards Kathy. Ruth is also cruel to Tommy, the third character.
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