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    Guys If Anyone Can Give Me Tips On How To Write A Damn Good World Lit. Then Pls Reply... And We Shud Discuss Wat Are The Things To Include In Ur Essays.
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    Well...the ib ppl just want pure critical analysis for ur world lit. Never try to summarize the books u ve chosen.. Probably u cud apply most of ur Literary devices..That wud surely make ur essay gud...
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    Pick an extremely narrow topic.
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    Wen I wrote these essays, I followed da ideas of Shakespeare cuz he was a gangster innit.

    I find his works helpful, using his techniques and devices, I pass my exams. His poetry rhymes and ****.
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    Well...abt the narrow topic, wat do u think abt, "The role of Journey" do u think those kindaf topic wud do?..
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    my topic's sumthin abt resilience of a character and the role of passion in it....

    How is it...
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    umm just make sure you include a cultural aspect in it-thats part of a criteria.
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    (Original post by Bahul)
    Guys If Anyone Can Give Me Tips On How To Write A Damn Good World Lit. Then Pls Reply... And We Shud Discuss Wat Are The Things To Include In Ur Essays.
    Tried grammar?
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    My teacher says tht including aspects like society and culture wud getch low marks, cuz these are used up....wat do u guys think?
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    (Original post by Bahul)
    My teacher says tht including aspects like society and culture wud getch low marks, cuz these are used up....wat do u guys think?
    They want you to appreciate the importance of culture and society no matter what topic you pick. I don't think the discriminate against people who explore literary works from a cultural point of view, but they will penalise you if you write a cultural rather than a literary analysis. The text itself must be central to the essay. And no undue cultural generalisations, please.

    My WL1 was a comparison between the depiction of women in two works which had, basically, one woman each (Of Mice and Men, Macbeth). It worked out very well, because there were so many similarities in the characterisation. For my WL2, I wrote about the symbolism of dirt and cleanliness in one book only, which also worked out quite well. (100% in WL).

    If you're stuck, you may want to consult webpages such as Sparknotes, which usually provide good summaries of themes and topics which could set your mind going.
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    There isnt any actual criteria of how to do it, so the best I can advise you is to give the topic some thought and come up with the one you think is easiest and defintely know what to write about. And yes, as it has alsready been said, try to make it narrow but dont overdo it . Mine was something like "Character portraits in A.Camue's "The Stranger" and K. Abo "Woman in the Sands"" (may be not very accrurate as it is hard to translate from Russian)
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    nt usng txt spk mite hlp coz dats really sht esp as an english stdnt
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    Thanks, your tips are extremely helpful...
 
 
 

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