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English lit exam - themes vs character?

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    do you think it's easier to get better marks on a character based or theme based question??

    (Original post by Fur3ya)
    do you think it's easier to get better marks on a character based or theme based question??
    You can very much interlink the two quite easily.... For example, in the Picture of Dorian Gray, Dorian becomes slowly mad... this is a theme of madness and the dangers of deviancy in the Victorian era. You see what I mean?

    As long as you know the text confidentially, you can tackle it in more ways than one!
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