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Published: 23/03/2015
KS4 | Prose
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Gothic literature - style and language

Students familiarise themselves with the idea of multiple narratives and the language features and definitions common to Gothic literature (an interactive version of this task is also available). They then annotate the Gothic features in an extract from Bram Stoker's 'Dracula'.    

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Caroline MoirCaroline Moir
Simple and concise. A good starting point.
Posted on 9th January 2016

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