Help! I'm really worried that I've done bad on the exam. I've got my coursework on an A* but I think I may have messed up the exam. For the poem, I genuinely thought it was just about a woman who had an obsession with foxes, and wrote about that. However, when I came out of the exam everyone said it was about prostitution or killing foxes for their fur and I didn't mention that at all. For the other section I'm doing A View from the Bridge and chose the second question even though I wasn't entirely sure what it was asking me (was it how you you respond to the ending?). I just talked about Marco being angry, and how Eddie and Marco wanted justice and to restore their honour, and the fact that Eddie dies in Beatrices arms to reconcile their relationship, and how Alfieris ending monologue created a cyclical structure. I was going to do a conclusion about how I thought it was an appropriate ending but I ran out of time. I feel like I haven't answered the question at all, I'm really worried because I really want an A* in english lit. What do you think and how did everyone else find it?
AQA English Lit
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