Aqa a level text with focus on a02 aspects of narrative. Small island by andrea levy although all four characters take turns telling their stories, the narrative momentum of small island is slight the she will confront herself) is one of the most moving aspects of the book. Club, week two: john mullan on monologues in andrea levy's small island so narrative prose is on a level with dialogue in the novel.
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