I talked about how the consequences of decisions shaped how the characters came to be and how those decisions impacted the rest of their lives. It is a very broad question.(Original post by Pocketsofdoom)
Yes same, i thought it was a good question. But very broad! Did u talk about how bronte explores how the characters make their choices ie the destructive nature of love and the society versus the individual?
Edexcel AS English Literature - 17/5/13 exam help! Watch
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I'm aware this is an old thread but I need help (urgently).
For part of the exam we have been set the anthology based around the theme of 'Land'; I see others have also. My teacher has given us an anthology she has made and under the 'On the Grasshopper and Cricket' sonnet by John Keats, there is a second sonnet 'Happy is England! I could be content' also by John Keats. My teacher insists Edexcel have merged these sonnets together; I believe the teacher has got confused and read these two sonnets as one. Can someone clarify this please. Are the two sonnets related? Has Edexcel merged them together? Or is this a mistake?