For study or revision, these guides are the perfect accompaniment to the set text, providing invaluable background and exam advice. Philip Allan Literature Guides (for A-level) offer succinct and accessible coverage of all key aspects of the set text and are designed to challenge and develop your knowledge, encouraging you to reach your full potential. Each full colour guide: Gives you the confidence that you know your set text inside out, with insightful coverage for you to develop your understanding of context, characters, quotations, themes and style Ensures you are fully prepared for your exams: each guide shows you how your set text will be measured against assessment objectives of the main specification Develops the skills you need to do well in your exams, with tasks and practice questions in the guide, and lots more completely free online, including podcasts, glossaries, sample essays and revision advice at www.philipallan.co.uk/literatureguidesonlineIts conclusion is at odds with all that the Wife has said in her prologue: Yet may the bye God, and so hope I, Grante me grace to liven vertuously. (lines 1173-74) As ... The distinction is made greater when the wider context of The Canterbury Tales is considered. ... The Wife of Bath ends with a final personal and characteristic jibe against husbands who will not be subservient to their wives. The Wife ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Philip Allan Literature Guide (for A-Level): The Wife of Bath|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2013-04-26|