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Which Books did you study for gcse english/lit?

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    I did,
    to kill mockingbird (exam)
    pride and prej
    an inspector calls
    macbeth =)
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    (Original post by heapatep5)
    I did,
    to kill mockingbird (exam)
    pride and prej
    an inspector calls
    macbeth =)
    We only studied to kill a mockingbird! How come you did so many? :smile:
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    (Original post by proud nd luvin it)
    We only studied to kill a mockingbird! How come you did so many? :smile:
    coursework for the rest =)
    the to kill a mockingbird exam was terrible though. urgh:mad:
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    I studied Romeo & Juliet, Tennyson and Owen poetry and Great Expectations for my coursework.

    For my exam I did the play Whose Life is it Anyway?, war poetry and a collection of short stories. They were so utterly **** - they were translated too, not even written in English, no wonder they made no sense!

    I did OCR btw
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    (Original post by heapatep5)
    coursework for the rest =)
    the to kill a mockingbird exam was terrible though. urgh:mad:
    Did you think so? I answered the one on Boo Radley, and thought it was ok - for english anyway!

    I have also studied romeo and juliet :smile:, the crucible :grin: and jane eyre :sleep:
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    Of Mice and Men, Romeo and Juliet, A View from the Bridge, Sherlock Holmes
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    Romeo & Juliet, Educating Rita, Great Expectations <<along with Christmas Carol, Signalman, Bleak House) and for exam, To Kill a Mickingbird.

    Dahhh feels so long ago ... :p:
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    I did 'To Kill a Mockingbird'. In the exam I answered the question about Boo Radley, for anyone who did this book! What did you guys think of it?
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    Of Mice and Men
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    Lord of the Flies, Romeo and Juliet, Great Expectations, The Crucible and Duffy and Armatige poetry.
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    Lord of the Flies, An Inspector Calls and War Poetry
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    Macbeth and Catcher in the Rye (ewww) lol
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    Shirley Valentine, Great Expectations and Of Mice and Men.
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    for the actual exam weve studied of mice and men.
    and for the coursework: romeo and juliet, frankenstein, a view from the bridge and a movie 'sixth sence'.
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    I did:
    *To Kill a Mockingbird (for exam)
    *Frankenstein
    *Blood Brothers (for exam)
    *Macbeth

    & a poetry anthology (for exam)

    I thought all the literature I studied was really good.
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    -Jekyll and Hyde (for coursework)
    -A Midsummer Night's Dream (for coursework)
    -Blood Brothers (for coursework)

    and then for the exam instead of a book we studied 'short stories'. You guys who studied a book for the exam are so lucky, I really wish I had done a book.
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    To Kill a Mockingbird, The Merchant of Venice, The crucible, Jekyll and Hyde, Anthology Poetry
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    Of Mice and Men
    Othello
    Blood Brothers
    The Speckled Band
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    we studied
    To Kill a Mocking Bird
    A View from the Bridge
    Edexcel Anthology

    for coursework
    Julius Caesar
    Roll of Thunder, Hear My cry
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    (Original post by proud nd luvin it)
    Did you think so? I answered the one on Boo Radley, and thought it was ok - for english anyway!

    I have also studied romeo and juliet :smile:, the crucible :grin: and jane eyre :sleep:

    same, did the boo radley one, but i had like a mindblock and couldn't remember anything. i repeated myself about 50 times about how boo is portreyed as the mockingbird and a mirror to tom rob! LOL. i think i'll get like a C for that, but hopefully my poetry will bring it up a bit, it was ok...i did storm on the island, patrolling barnegat, the field mouse and sonnet!

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