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    (Original post by coconut98)
    Yeah I'd chose the death one thank for we get a choice
    Same- it all depends on the extract as well, like something from the prologue would be good
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    (Original post by Mollyql_27)
    Same- it all depends on the extract as well, like something from the prologue would be good
    An extract from the prologue on death?? How would that work? I'd love something from the prologue on sin!!
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    Does anyone have ANY predictions for drama of social realism? Dolls house and look back in anger?
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    (Original post by Niamhd123)
    An extract from the prologue on death?? How would that work? I'd love something from the prologue on sin!!
    Oh no- I just meant that i'd like an extract from the prologue... not for death obviously lol... sin would work well

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    (Original post by Mollyql_27)
    Oh no- I just meant that i'd like an extract from the prologue... not for death obviously lol... sin would work well

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    What other questions do you think are possible for the prologue extract??
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    (Original post by Niamhd123)
    What other questions do you think are possible for the prologue extract??
    Maybe corruption of the medieval church, how the pardoner deceives the 'lewed peple' and how chaucer presents his medieval version of the pardoner?

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    (Original post by Mollyql_27)
    Maybe corruption of the medieval church, how the pardoner deceives the 'lewed peple' and how chaucer presents his medieval version of the pardoner?

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    Theirs already been a morality tale question before so it could be corruption or death?
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    (Original post by coconut98)
    Theirs already been a morality tale question before so it could be corruption or death?
    Yeah they're probably the most likely

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    (Original post by Mollyql_27)
    Yeah they're probably the most likely

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    Yeah isn't it two choices one which focuses ok prologue then one on the riotoures tale?

    Sin/corruption with the pardoner
    Death with riotoures?
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    Anyone doing r*pe of the lock/thebes&lear tomorrow? Any predictions?
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    (Original post by coconut98)
    Yeah isn't it two choices one which focuses ok prologue then one on the riotoures tale?

    Sin/corruption with the pardoner
    Death with riotoures?
    Yeah think so- there could be an extract from the sermon digression as well

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    (Original post by Mollyql_27)
    Yeah think so- there could be an extract from the sermon digression as well

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    Corruption came up two years ago it's not as likely and definitely not the pardoner's relationship with the people as it was last year's question
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    (Original post by Niamhd123)
    Corruption came up two years ago it's not as likely and definitely not the pardoner's relationship with the people as it was last year's question
    Most likely death will come up- it hasn't come up since 2010

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    Anyone have any predictions for John Donne or drama of social realism?


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    (Original post by Mollyql_27)
    Most likely death will come up- it hasn't come up since 2010

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    So a prologue extract focusing on death?
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    (Original post by AM26)
    Anyone have any predictions for John Donne or drama of social realism?


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    Could be how social attitudes effect men so torvold v Jimmy
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    (Original post by coconut98)
    Could be how social attitudes effect men so torvold v Jimmy
    That would be a nice question! Some of the girls in my class think it could be something to do with psychological drama, which would be horrendous!
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    (Original post by coconut98)
    So a prologue extract focusing on death?
    What extracts areeveryone focusing on for the pardoners tale? Would death be based around the old man?
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    (Original post by AM26)
    That would be a nice question! Some of the girls in my class think it could be something to do with psychological drama, which would be horrendous!
    What would you even write for a psychological drama omg ??
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    (Original post by amcgoldrick16)
    What extracts areeveryone focusing on for the pardoners tale? Would death be based around the old man?
    I know it's a bit confusing because the riotoures tale mostly deals with that, they can't give us the same extract can they?
 
 
 
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