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    (Original post by Ed.)
    Childhood isn't really that important, it only features as the main theme in a couple of poems and a secondary idea in a few more.
    It's still a possibility, I think it more probable than Religion to come up
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    (Original post by acrosstheuniverse)
    Finally! Someone who is speaking some sense! I thought i was the only one who found this whole obsession with childhood as a bit ott.
    :five: Yes I've made notes on it, but really it is a secondary theme.
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    It doesn't matter anyway now
    Only a matter of hours away!
    Good luck everyone, I hope you all get the grades you need/deserve!
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    (Original post by DannyLaSombra)
    It's still a possibility, I think it more probable than Religion to come up
    About equal, I would say.

    Major Themes : Nature, Imagination/the supernatural, human suffering/ common man.

    Minor Themes : Religion/ Religious beliefs, childhood, + others.
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    sorry not LB related, but for anyone doing Measure for measure, is this
    ( http://www.readprint.com/work-1089/Niccolo-Machiavelli ) related?
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    Look everyone: It's 11pm!

    Better get an early night guys! Off to bed!

    I'm getting up early and going in to school at 9 to revise for a few hours first. (Cramming is my favoured method of revision It really does work for me!)

    Lets all pray for the choice to be between Nature and Childhood! GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!
    (Sorry to those who were fighting over the use of capitals earlier, but I reckon that was necessary!)

    Halloo! halloo! a long halloo!

    I mean, goodnight :p:

    PS By the way, I am but mad north-northwest, if you're doing Hamlet too.
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    (Original post by notorious benefactor)
    sorry not LB related, but for anyone doing Measure for measure, is this
    ( http://www.readprint.com/work-1089/Niccolo-Machiavelli ) related?
    I seriously doubt it, very tempting to suggest a link. But, it would have been broadcasted in text notes and general synopsis if it was.
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    (Original post by ElectraStars)
    Look everyone: It's 11pm!

    Better get an early night guys! Off to bed!

    I'm getting up early and going in to school at 9 to revise for a few hours first. (Cramming is my favoured method of revision It really does work for me!)

    Lets all pray for the choice to be between Nature and Childhood! GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!
    (Sorry to those who were fighting over the use of capitals earlier, but I reckon that was necessary!)

    Halloo! halloo! a long halloo!

    I mean, goodnight :p:

    PS By the way, I am but mad north-northwest, if you're doing Hamlet too.
    Good-luck to you also
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    does anyone know how necessary it is to include quotes?
    ahhh i we don't need too many.
    thank you.
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    Necessary for higher grades, not an extreme amount, but a liberal sprinkling..
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    Good luck people. I'm not looking forward to the Lyrical Ballads question but hopefully this thread will help!
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    anyone got maybe one quote from each theme?

    this exam will be the end of me
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    why o why is it a closed-book exam.....
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    (Original post by alice1990)
    anyone got maybe one quote from each theme?

    this exam will be the end of me
    You are welcome to this file , a few quotes on each theme.
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  1. File Type: doc Lyricall Ballads 2.doc (45.0 KB, 105 views)
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    Closed book exams are *****, more of a test of memory than anything else.
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    (Original post by Ed.)
    You are welcome to this file , a few quotes on each theme.

    oh my god, thanks, your a lifesaver!

    i went to hardly any of the lessons cos the teacher really hated me! she was such a dragon
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    ed, do you happen to have that file saved as anything other than word?
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    (Original post by Ed.)
    You are welcome to this file , a few quotes on each theme.
    Thanks - great file! Best of luck to all of us sitting LB today!
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    (Original post by linziobbee)
    ed, do you happen to have that file saved as anything other than word?
    Have it as an Apple Pages file, or I can convert it to a blank text file. Which is going to be easier ?
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    blank text file i think.... thanks xx
 
 
 
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