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Frankenstein by Mary Shelley: Focus on Feminism for A Level English
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A Critical Approach To Feminism in Frankenstein

A detailed explanation of feminism within 'Frankenstein' showing links between the novel and Mary Shelley's own life.

  • Relevant links between Shelley's biography and feminism in the text with supporting quotations.
  • Questions at the end of each section which encourage the students to think for themselves.
  • “Deals with some complex points in a clear, concise way, providing structure for weaker pupils.”, Tony Day English teacher

This resource comes as a photocopy master (in a clip-file or folder for easy photocopying).

Alternatively the digital version of this resource comes on CD in both PDF and web based formats and includes a school/college single site licence for your network.

What do teachers have to say about this resource? (2115)
'It offers focused thinking points... Allows pupils to be independent.' D McDougall, Head of English, Independent Reviewer
'By asking questions on the material, the resource is making students think and question what they have read. It also deals with some complex points in a clear, concise way... It includes some useful historical background and also sets up the context of feminist criticism well... The answers at the end of the booklet are an excellent addition.' H Nelson-Smith, Independent Reviewer

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