This is an A-Level essay that explores the character of Leonard and the idea of social class difference — especially the distinctions between the upper, middle, and lower classes.
These essay questions are tailored towards A-Level style exams (CIE/Cambridge, AQA, OCR, CCEA, Edexcel, WJEC/Eduqas), but they’re suitable for students studying Robert Frost’s poetry at any level, from GCSE and IGCSE onwards.
Here’s a creative/narrative writing example – Lake Narcissus (GCSE Narrative Writing Task A* L8/L9 Example).
Below is a list of the current Cambridge IGCSE English Literature Poetry Anthology (0475), from 2020–2021.
‘Not Waving But Drowning’ by Stevie Smith is a dark poem as you will notice in this analysis below, but with an uplifting message: We can all help each other through suffering and make a real difference in the world through empathy and support.
Here’s a Literature Essay on Shakespeare’s play ‘Antony and Cleopatra’ — Public Events and Private Feelings.
Below, you’ll find literature essays on Freud’s ‘The Uncanny’, and Joseph Conrad’s ‘Heart of Darkness’.
Here’s a summary of the story/narrative for JB Priestley’s play An Inspector Calls — it’s suitable for any student at GCSE, IGCSE, or A-Level (Edexcel, AQA, OCR, CIE/Cambridge, CCEA, WJEC, Eduqas).