Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Course and Revision Series for OCR

English Literature



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The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, or sometimes known more simply as Jekyll & Hyde has entertained readers for over 100 years.

Written by Robert Louis Stevenson the novella has impacted our natural language with the phrase "Jekyll and Hyde" coming to mean a person who is vastly different in moral character from one situation to the next.

Our GCSE series has been written so that you will fully understand the context, genres, themes and characters of this wonderful novella and will guide you through the course and help prepare you for your GCSE English Literature exam.

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  • Listen to analysis of all the key areas of Jekyll and Hyde to prepare for essays, to revise for exams, so you can succeed in class and your exams
  • Learn about Stevenson's most complex and disturbing character where and when you want – at home, in the car, in class, taking the dog for a walk….
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  • Impress your teachers and peers by listening before a class.
  • Jekyll and Hyde is also available for AQA GCSE English Literature

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