- defines characterisation, satire, subversion, allusion and irony.
- provides a summary of the central characters in 'Brave New World'.
- interprets the link between the names of characters and historical figures.
- analyses Huxley's use of characterisation in a sample paragraph.
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4. You review and reflect
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