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Oxford International AQA Examinations: International A Level English Literature

The only textbook for Oxford International AQA A Level English Literature

Author and Series Editor Adrian Beard, Author Graham Elsdon, and Author Pete Bunten

Suitable for:  OxfordAQA International A-level English Literature (9675) students & teachers

Price:  £29.50

ISBN: 978-0-19-837595-1
Publication date: 24/11/2016
Paperback: 256 pages
Dimensions: 276x219mm

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The only textbook that fully supports the OxfordAQA International A Level English Literature (9675) specification, for first teaching in September 2016. Written by authors who have contributed to the new specification, the international approach develops the key skills required for assessment and supports the progression to university study.


  • Strengthen students' reading, writing and reasoning skills with extensive opportunities for critical thinking, evaluation and analysis.
  • Embed confidence for both the Unseen and specification set texts with extracts and exercises drawn from a wide range of traditional and contemporary texts.
  • Support exam achievement with exam focused practice and dedicated support for Place in Literary texts and Elements of Crime & Mystery.
  • Encourage students to develop critical and independent responses to literature, giving them the skills and knowledge they'll need for the step up to university.
  • Challenge, engage and motivate your learners with a range of texts that are suitable for the international classroom.
  • Embed Assessment Objectives into students' learning, ensuring they are fully aware of the specification requirements.
  • Support students' understanding of key concepts and challenging language within example texts with Examiner's Tips, Study Tips, Key Terms and a comprehensive glossary.

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Table of Contents

1: An introduction to the Oxford International AQA English Literature specification
AS Level Unit 1: Aspects of dramatic tragedy
2: An introduction to aspects of dramatic tragedy
3: Structure and language in tragic drama
4: Setting and place in tragic drama
5: The tragic protagonist
6: Villains and victims
7: Tragic endings
8: The significance of tragedy
AS Level Unit 2: Place in literary texts
9: An introduction to place in literary texts
10: Place as a setting for personal relationships
11: Place: home and homeland
12: Place and the representation of class and identity
13: Place and the significance of the natural world
14: Place and its connection to time

A Level Unit 3: Elements of crime and mystery
15: An introduction to the genre of crime and mystery
16: Crime and punishment: crime writing as a moral genre
17: The criminal
18: The detective
19: The victim
20: Crime writing and the reader
A Level Unit 4: Literary representations
21: An introduction to literary representations
22: Stories and their points of view
23: Textual cohesion
24: Tackling unseen poetry
25: Tackling unseen prose
26: Unit 4: the non-examined option
Preparing for the examinations