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Themes: Evil and Justice
Q:How does Conan Doyle use the theme of evil and justice in this novel?To show how evil and injustice stem from greed. To show that justice prevails, and that acting unjustly brings unhappiness. To explore human nature.
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Themes: Victorian Fear
Q:How important is fear to this novel? Sherlock Holmes is seen as the antidote to fear. He has a scientific and rational approach to solving mysteries. Fear drives Major John Sholto to go into hiding and to cover up the death of Captain Morstan. Wa
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Themes:Empire and imperialism
Q:What elements of empire and imperialism does Conan Doyle highlight in this novel? A patronising and often ignorant attitude towards the imperialised people. The Indian uprising of 1857 forced Jonathan Small into hiding. The character of Tonga rep
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how Conan Doyle presents Holmes in this extract how Conan Doyle presents Holmes later in the novel
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Assesment
Objective What does it mean? AO1 Read and understand the texts. Respond to the texts personally – developing your opinion and thoughts. Use evidence to support your points. AO2 Analyse the language the author has used – why has he done this? Anal
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Q:How important is fear to this novel? Sherlock Holmes is seen as the antidote to fear. He has a scientific and rational approach to solving mysteries. Fear drives Major John Sholto to go into hiding and to cover up the death of Captain Morstan. Wa

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GCSErevision2016

Great bitesize revision in the nick of time for my mocks

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