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Blue remembered hills, brainstorming for essay. Help would be much appreciated watch

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    Well I'm writing a practice essay which I can later modify to submit as coursework. Foolishly I picked an topic that I can't seem to express, however although I can change the topic, I would like to ask all you intelligent people if you could help me expand my knowledge and continue writing this essay.

    The chosen topic is:
    "Potter presents clearer boundaries between the child and adult world than Frayn" Compare the ways in which the authors present the child and adult worlds in Spies and BRH and say how far you agree with this statement.

    I have started on discussing the fact that in BRH no adults are actually shown, whereas in Spies some of the main characters are adults. I have also mentioned the lack of responsibility the children in BRH have, in comparison with Spies.

    I would really love to hear your interpretations and ideas in relation to the topic.

    Thanks
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    BRH children are played by adults - v important styllistically, is this an english essay or a drama essay?
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    English essay, I have only read the play.
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    http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/image...06919946_1.jpg
    This is a picture of the original film adaptation of the play. See they are all adults
    Maybe look at this to:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Remembered_Hills

    Sorry I studied it as a drama text 2 years ago and I can't really remember much about it :dontknow:
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    You shouldn't say "brainstorming" anymore, it's politically incorrect :hmmm:


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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    You shouldn't say "brainstorming" anymore, it's politically incorrect :hmmm:


    :teehee:

    oops shoot I forgot! Force of habit, consider the title changed
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    (Original post by pradaguccidior)
    oops shoot I forgot! Force of habit, consider the title changed.
    You weren't supposed to take it seriously :tongue: It just popped into my mind, I was mocking "political correctness". Change it back or they win :sadnod:
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    (Original post by hardy_4_paws)
    http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/image...06919946_1.jpg
    This is a picture of the original film adaptation of the play. See they are all adults
    Maybe look at this to:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Remembered_Hills

    Sorry I studied it as a drama text 2 years ago and I can't really remember much about it :dontknow:

    Thank you anyway because I didn't even realise they were played by adults! :eek3:
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    You weren't supposed to take it seriously :tongue: It just popped into my mind, I was mocking "political correctness". Change it back or they win :sadnod:

    haha well its difficult to interpret posts online properly :o: I shall not let them win! consider it changed back :woo:
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    hello, anyone? any ideas?
 
 
 
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