18 Sep 2013

The Woman in Black A* Notes

The Woman in Black is a gothic novel by Susan Hill set in the Nineteenth Century. The novel was actually written in the 1980s, so it is historical fiction, where Hill plays with the conventions of gothic novels to build a tense and moody atmosphere. Find out
what techniques she uses, how she portrays the character of the narrator, Arthur Kipps and how to write spanking essays for Controlled Assessments and the Literature Exam.







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The author, , is an Oxford graduate, outstanding-rated English Language and Literature teacher and of ages 10-18 in the British education system. In 2012, she was nominated for Pearson's Teaching Awards. As a private tutor, she raises grades often from C to A. Her writing is also featured in The Huffington Post. She offers private tuition in the Haywards Heath area, West Sussex.