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    I actually don't know how to write the perfect response. The more I try, the more confused I get.
    -What exactly is language analysis?
    -How does [author] make [character] [something, e.g. memorable]? <-- what would I need to talk about?
    -Any tips?

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    Well, it would all depend on what book you were studying. If you were asked how John Steinbeck portrayed death of Mice and Men you would talk about a different thing to if you were asked the same question for a different book.

    It would be useful to know what book you were studying.
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    (Original post by MusicMaestro97)
    Well, it would all depend on what book you were studying. If you were asked how John Steinbeck portrayed death of Mice and Men you would talk about a different thing to if you were asked the same question for a different book.

    It would be useful to know what book you were studying.
    Hi,

    I'm doing Death of a Salesman, Stories of Ourselves and Tennyson poems.
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    (Original post by harrypotterfan6)
    Hi,

    I'm doing Death of a Salesman, Stories of Ourselves and Tennyson poems.
    Hmm, I haven't read any of them, sorry! but you need to learn the themes for each book and that will usually be a way forward to answering well.
 
 
 
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