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After Darkness (NEAP)

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The Neap English Text Guide to After Darkness by Christine Piper features:
  • a general introduction to the text
  • an easy-to-follow layout
  • background information on the author of After Darkness, such as personal history and writing career
  • the historical and cultural contexts in which the text was written, such as the pearling industry in Broome in Western Australia in 1938, biological warfare research in Tokyo in the mid-1930s, and Loveday Camp in South Australia in 1942
  • key quotes for each chapter in addition to detailed chapter summaries
  • in-depth main character summaries and secondary character summaries coupled with key words selected to describe each character
  • analysis of the central themes in After Darkness, such as silence and duty, the consequence of silence, and prejudice
  • critical reception and perspectives of the text
  • images to help with learning, such as a flowchart of the events in the text, and an image of pearl divers in Broome in Western Australia
  • a guide to planning and writing an essay
  • two sample essays; one with essay structure explained as well as one complete essay
  • focus questions as well as further exam-style questions
  • marginal notes explaining key passages, ideas, terms and characters
  • a bibliography and further reading section
  • the expertise of practising VCE English teachers.
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After Darkness (NEAP)

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The Neap English Text Guide to After Darkness by Christine Piper features:
  • a general introduction to the text
  • an easy-to-follow layout
  • background information on the author of After Darkness, such as personal history and writing career
  • the historical and cultural contexts in which the text was written, such as the pearling industry in Broome in Western Australia in 1938, biological warfare research in Tokyo in the mid-1930s, and Loveday Camp in South Australia in 1942
  • key quotes for each chapter in addition to detailed chapter summaries
  • in-depth main character summaries and secondary character summaries coupled with key words selected to describe each character
  • analysis of the central themes in After Darkness, such as silence and duty, the consequence of silence, and prejudice
  • critical reception and perspectives of the text
  • images to help with learning, such as a flowchart of the events in the text, and an image of pearl divers in Broome in Western Australia
  • a guide to planning and writing an essay
  • two sample essays; one with essay structure explained as well as one complete essay
  • focus questions as well as further exam-style questions
  • marginal notes explaining key passages, ideas, terms and characters
  • a bibliography and further reading section
  • the expertise of practising VCE English teachers.
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Extinction (NEAP)

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The Neap English Text Guide to Extinction by Hannie Rayson features:
  • a general introduction to the text
  • an easy-to-follow layout
  • background information on the playwright of Extinction, such as personal history, writing career and other works
  • the historical and cultural contexts in which the text was written, such as the Industrial Revolution and the Luddites, global industrialisation, environmental impacts of mining in Australia, population growth in Australia, extinction of Australian animals, and climate change
  • key quotes for each scene in addition to detailed scene summaries
  • in-depth main character summaries and secondary character summaries coupled with key words selected to describe each character
  • analysis of the central themes in Extinction, such as the environment, animals, relationships, honesty and secrets, and mortality and death
  • study of the dramatic techniques used in the text, including structure and setting, genre, language, dramatic irony, and technology
  • critical reception and perspectives of the text
  • a guide to planning and writing an essay
  • two sample essays; one with essay structure explained as well as one complete essay
  • focus questions as well as further exam-style questions
  • marginal notes explaining key passages, ideas, terms and characters
  • a bibliography and further reading section
  • the expertise of practising VCE English teachers.
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Extinction (NEAP)

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The Neap English Text Guide to Extinction by Hannie Rayson features:
  • a general introduction to the text
  • an easy-to-follow layout
  • background information on the playwright of Extinction, such as personal history, writing career and other works
  • the historical and cultural contexts in which the text was written, such as the Industrial Revolution and the Luddites, global industrialisation, environmental impacts of mining in Australia, population growth in Australia, extinction of Australian animals, and climate change
  • key quotes for each scene in addition to detailed scene summaries
  • in-depth main character summaries and secondary character summaries coupled with key words selected to describe each character
  • analysis of the central themes in Extinction, such as the environment, animals, relationships, honesty and secrets, and mortality and death
  • study of the dramatic techniques used in the text, including structure and setting, genre, language, dramatic irony, and technology
  • critical reception and perspectives of the text
  • a guide to planning and writing an essay
  • two sample essays; one with essay structure explained as well as one complete essay
  • focus questions as well as further exam-style questions
  • marginal notes explaining key passages, ideas, terms and characters
  • a bibliography and further reading section
  • the expertise of practising VCE English teachers.
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NEAP – The Women of Troy

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The Neap smartstudy® English text guide to The Women of Troy. Key features:
  • notes about the author/director/poet/playwright
  • an overview of the historical and cultural context
  • chapter/scene/story summaries
  • character profiles
  • analysis of themes and genres
  • critical perspectives of the text
  • key quotations
  • focus questions in each section
  • marginal notes explaining key passages, ideas, terms and characters
  • a guide to planning and writing an essay
  • sample essays with annotations
  • further exam-style essay questions
  • a bibliography and further reading section
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NEAP – The Women of Troy

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The Neap smartstudy® English text guide to The Women of Troy. Key features:
  • notes about the author/director/poet/playwright
  • an overview of the historical and cultural context
  • chapter/scene/story summaries
  • character profiles
  • analysis of themes and genres
  • critical perspectives of the text
  • key quotations
  • focus questions in each section
  • marginal notes explaining key passages, ideas, terms and characters
  • a guide to planning and writing an essay
  • sample essays with annotations
  • further exam-style essay questions
  • a bibliography and further reading section
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Neap Flames

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The Neap English Text Guide to Flames by Robbie Arnott enables students to acquire a deeper and stronger understanding of Flames, to develop their own critical thinking skills, and to tackle their essays and exams with greater confidence. The Neap English Text Guide to Flames features:
  • a general introduction to the text
  • an easy-to-follow layout
  • background information on the author of Flames, such as personal history and career
  • the historical and cultural contexts in which the text was written, such as Tasmanian literature, the 2013 bushfires and the 2016 Launceston floods
  • key quotes in addition to detailed chapter summaries
  • in-depth main character profiles and secondary character profiles coupled with key quotes for each character
  • key words selected to describe each character
  • analysis of the central themes in Flames, such as nature, death, family and the mythical
  • critical reception and perspectives of the text
  • images to help with learning, such as a relationship map to keep track of characters
  • a guide to planning and writing an essay
  • two sample essays; one with essay structure explained and one complete essay
  • focus questions as well as further exam-style questions
  • marginal notes explaining key passages, ideas, terms and characters
  • a bibliography and further reading section
  • the expertise of practising VCE English teachers.
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Neap Flames

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The Neap English Text Guide to Flames by Robbie Arnott enables students to acquire a deeper and stronger understanding of Flames, to develop their own critical thinking skills, and to tackle their essays and exams with greater confidence. The Neap English Text Guide to Flames features:
  • a general introduction to the text
  • an easy-to-follow layout
  • background information on the author of Flames, such as personal history and career
  • the historical and cultural contexts in which the text was written, such as Tasmanian literature, the 2013 bushfires and the 2016 Launceston floods
  • key quotes in addition to detailed chapter summaries
  • in-depth main character profiles and secondary character profiles coupled with key quotes for each character
  • key words selected to describe each character
  • analysis of the central themes in Flames, such as nature, death, family and the mythical
  • critical reception and perspectives of the text
  • images to help with learning, such as a relationship map to keep track of characters
  • a guide to planning and writing an essay
  • two sample essays; one with essay structure explained and one complete essay
  • focus questions as well as further exam-style questions
  • marginal notes explaining key passages, ideas, terms and characters
  • a bibliography and further reading section
  • the expertise of practising VCE English teachers.
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Nine Days (NEAP)

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The Neap English Text Guide to Nine Days by Toni Jordan features:
  • a general introduction to the text
  • an easy-to-follow layout
  • background information on the author of Nine Days, such as personal history, writing career and other works
  • the historical and cultural contexts in which the text was written, such as Richmond in the 1930s and 1940s, the Argus newspaper, Australia’s part in World War II, and post-war Melbourne
  • key quotes for each chapter in addition to detailed chapter summaries
  • in-depth main character summaries and secondary character summaries coupled with key words selected to describe each character
  • analysis of the central themes in Nine Days, such as family, women and men in society, social pressure and its effect on decision-making, grief and loss, and religion and values
  • critical reception and perspectives of the text
  • images to help with learning, such as a chronology of chapters, and a character web to keep track of characters
  • a guide to planning and writing an essay
  • two sample essays; one with essay structure explained as well as one complete essay
  • focus questions as well as further exam-style questions
  • marginal notes explaining key passages, ideas, terms and characters
  • a bibliography and further reading section
  • the expertise of practising VCE English teachers.
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Nine Days (NEAP)

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The Neap English Text Guide to Nine Days by Toni Jordan features:
  • a general introduction to the text
  • an easy-to-follow layout
  • background information on the author of Nine Days, such as personal history, writing career and other works
  • the historical and cultural contexts in which the text was written, such as Richmond in the 1930s and 1940s, the Argus newspaper, Australia’s part in World War II, and post-war Melbourne
  • key quotes for each chapter in addition to detailed chapter summaries
  • in-depth main character summaries and secondary character summaries coupled with key words selected to describe each character
  • analysis of the central themes in Nine Days, such as family, women and men in society, social pressure and its effect on decision-making, grief and loss, and religion and values
  • critical reception and perspectives of the text
  • images to help with learning, such as a chronology of chapters, and a character web to keep track of characters
  • a guide to planning and writing an essay
  • two sample essays; one with essay structure explained as well as one complete essay
  • focus questions as well as further exam-style questions
  • marginal notes explaining key passages, ideas, terms and characters
  • a bibliography and further reading section
  • the expertise of practising VCE English teachers.
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Rear Window (NEAP)

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The Neap smartstudy® English text guide to Rear Window. Key features:
  • notes about the author/director/poet/playwright
  • an overview of the historical and cultural context
  • chapter/scene/story summaries
  • character profiles
  • analysis of themes and genres
  • critical perspectives of the text
  • key quotations
  • focus questions in each section
  • marginal notes explaining key passages, ideas, terms and characters
  • a guide to planning and writing an essay
  • sample essays with annotations
  • further exam-style essay questions
  • a bibliography and further reading section
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Rear Window (NEAP)

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The Neap smartstudy® English text guide to Rear Window. Key features:
  • notes about the author/director/poet/playwright
  • an overview of the historical and cultural context
  • chapter/scene/story summaries
  • character profiles
  • analysis of themes and genres
  • critical perspectives of the text
  • key quotations
  • focus questions in each section
  • marginal notes explaining key passages, ideas, terms and characters
  • a guide to planning and writing an essay
  • sample essays with annotations
  • further exam-style essay questions
  • a bibliography and further reading section
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Station Eleven (NEAP)

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The Neap English Text Guide to Station Eleven by Emily St John Mandel features:
  • a general introduction to the text and to other texts with similar themes
  • an easy-to-follow layout
  • background information on the author of Station Eleven, such as personal history, writing career and other works
  • the historical and cultural contexts in which the text was written, such as technological and transport advancement, fascination with the apocalypse, and the threat of disease
  • key quotes for each section of the text in addition to detailed chapter summaries
  • in-depth main character summaries and secondary character summaries coupled with key quotes for each character
  • key words selected to describe each character
  • analysis of the central themes in Station Eleven, such as life and death, memory, civilisation, technology, the Arts, transportation, and setting
  • study of imagery and language used in the text, such as Shakespeare and comics
  • critical reception and perspectives of the text
  • a guide to planning and writing an essay
  • two sample essays; one with essay structure explained as well as one complete essay
  • focus questions as well as further exam-style questions
  • marginal notes explaining key passages, ideas, terms and characters
  • a bibliography and further reading section
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Station Eleven (NEAP)

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The Neap English Text Guide to Station Eleven by Emily St John Mandel features:
  • a general introduction to the text and to other texts with similar themes
  • an easy-to-follow layout
  • background information on the author of Station Eleven, such as personal history, writing career and other works
  • the historical and cultural contexts in which the text was written, such as technological and transport advancement, fascination with the apocalypse, and the threat of disease
  • key quotes for each section of the text in addition to detailed chapter summaries
  • in-depth main character summaries and secondary character summaries coupled with key quotes for each character
  • key words selected to describe each character
  • analysis of the central themes in Station Eleven, such as life and death, memory, civilisation, technology, the Arts, transportation, and setting
  • study of imagery and language used in the text, such as Shakespeare and comics
  • critical reception and perspectives of the text
  • a guide to planning and writing an essay
  • two sample essays; one with essay structure explained as well as one complete essay
  • focus questions as well as further exam-style questions
  • marginal notes explaining key passages, ideas, terms and characters
  • a bibliography and further reading section
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Stories We Tell (NEAP)

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The Neap English Text Guide to Stories We Tell directed by Sarah Polley features:
  • a general introduction to the text
  • an easy-to-follow layout
  • background information on the director of Stories We Tell, such as personal history, career and other films
  • the historical and cultural contexts in which the text was filmed, such as Jewish migration, communism, and union movement in Canada
  • key quotes in addition to detailed scene summaries
  • in-depth main character profiles and secondary character profiles coupled with key quotes for each character
  • key words selected to describe each character
  • analysis of the central themes in Stories We Tell, such as secrets, family, truth, and theatre
  • critical reception and perspectives of the text
  • study of the film techniques used in the text, such as special effects, breaking the fourth wall, using home footage, and editing
  • images to help with learning, such as a relationship map to keep track of characters
  • a guide to planning and writing an essay
  • two sample essays; one with essay structure explained and one complete essay
  • focus questions as well as further exam-style questions
  • marginal notes explaining key passages, ideas, terms and characters
  • a bibliography and further reading section
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Stories We Tell (NEAP)

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The Neap English Text Guide to Stories We Tell directed by Sarah Polley features:
  • a general introduction to the text
  • an easy-to-follow layout
  • background information on the director of Stories We Tell, such as personal history, career and other films
  • the historical and cultural contexts in which the text was filmed, such as Jewish migration, communism, and union movement in Canada
  • key quotes in addition to detailed scene summaries
  • in-depth main character profiles and secondary character profiles coupled with key quotes for each character
  • key words selected to describe each character
  • analysis of the central themes in Stories We Tell, such as secrets, family, truth, and theatre
  • critical reception and perspectives of the text
  • study of the film techniques used in the text, such as special effects, breaking the fourth wall, using home footage, and editing
  • images to help with learning, such as a relationship map to keep track of characters
  • a guide to planning and writing an essay
  • two sample essays; one with essay structure explained and one complete essay
  • focus questions as well as further exam-style questions
  • marginal notes explaining key passages, ideas, terms and characters
  • a bibliography and further reading section
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