GCSE English Literature Paper 2 Modern texts and poetry. Specimen 2014 Morning 2 hours 15 minutes. Materials. For this paper you must have: An AQA 16page answer book. Instructions Answer one question from Section A, one question from Section B and both questions in Section C. GCSE English Literature An Inspector Calls learning resources for adults, children, parents and teachers. Jan 10, 2012 GCSE Example Essay: Dramatic Tension in J. B. Priestly's" An Inspector Calls" An Inspector Calls was written by J.
B. Priestley, after the Second World War. It is set in the spring of 1912 in the fictitious town of Brumley, England.
Examination of the theme of class within J. B Priestley's play 'An Inspector Calls explaining the divide between upper and lower class and looking at the views of different characters within the play from Gerald Croft to Edna. Uses extensive clips from the modern West End production. Start studying GCSE English Literature An Inspector Calls Quotes.
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