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    I'm now doing my analytical coursework for English - the theme is villainy and i have to compare and contrast the books The Big Sleep and Edgar Alan Poes Selected Tales. I have chosen the extracts of chapter 14 in the big sleep and an extract from the black cat which shows satanism and stuff! so basically, i dont know how to start it or structure it and i was wondering if anyone could help me to get started?

    I don't know what it is like at your school but I'm pretty sure that your not allowed outside help other then from your teacher as if anyone puts up ideas on here and you use them and it is found out then they call it plagarisim....

    But i tend to find that if you just sit down with a blank piece of paper pick your favourite topic and just start writing the ideas start to flow its the starting thats the hardest bit!
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