An exclusive interview with Michael Frayn on DVD complements and extends the print material, offering fascinating insights into the process of writing and the world of the novel, including discussion of: the theme of spying, the methods of narration, the structure of the novel, representations of childhood, the use of motifs and 1940s Britain. 96-page photocopiable study guide * Close focus on structure, perspective and narrative voice. * Wide range of activities on plot, theme and character, including drama, role-play, charting, creative writing and visual representations. * Unusual and stimulating approaches to the study of AO3 and contextual material (for example, historical, social, literary and biographical) integrated into the study of the novel in ways which develop students' critical and evaluative skills. * A wide range of provocative critical extracts.
Publisher: English & Media Centre
Number of pages: 96
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