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    Any ideas what the poem might be this year for W.B.Yeats?

    I hope it's Easter 1916!
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    Hoping it's that too! Unless they really drop a bombshell with The Cat and The Moon...:rofl: (I shouldn't joke...) Anyone else?
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    Doing it too.. got a special feeling for Easter 1916, or S2B..!
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    Anyone have any ideas for Robert Browning??
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    (Original post by memoona123456)
    Anyone have any ideas for Robert Browning??
    I think 'Prospice' could come up for Browning; they haven't rolled out a poem yet which deals with the theme of death so explicitly.
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    I have a feeling it will be Easter 1916 too!

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    (Original post by AlloSlayer)
    I think 'Prospice' could come up for Browning; they haven't rolled out a poem yet which deals with the theme of death so explicitly.
    That's true we have had one religious one (soliloquy) and a love one (love in a life live in a live) and toccata of galuppis too.

    Prospice is a likey one. A woman's last words could come up asking about attitudes to women or something.

    Are you also studying turn of the screw?
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    I have a STRONG feeling Easter 1916 will appear in the exam!
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    (Original post by KatnipEverdeen)
    I have a STRONG feeling Easter 1916 will appear in the exam!
    Haha what makes you think so??


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    Is anyone studying turn of the screw for the book part of the exam?
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    (Original post by memoona123456)
    Is anyone studying turn of the screw for the book part of the exam?
    Yes, I am! Bit worried that my teacher isn't very good cause we've only done two essays on it over the whole year do you have any revision resources you use for it?


    I'm also doing Yeats, how come everyone thinks it'll be Easter 1916?
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    (Original post by anxiouslife)
    Haha what makes you think so??


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    I just have a 'feeling'...you see? This supports my 'feeling' http://aterriblebeautyisborn.com/ )
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    Anyone have ideas for Emily Dickinson?
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    (Original post by sophie238)
    Yes, I am! Bit worried that my teacher isn't very good cause we've only done two essays on it over the whole year do you have any revision resources you use for it?


    I'm also doing Yeats, how come everyone thinks it'll be Easter 1916?
    Hi Sophie, there are almost no resources of any use for our syllabus on the internet. I would suggest doing past paper questions, so you get a good feel for the style of questions. I also think having a few key quotations for key themes is a good idea considering that it is a closed book exam. Do you have any predictions as to what may come up?
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    (Original post by sophie238)
    Yes, I am! Bit worried that my teacher isn't very good cause we've only done two essays on it over the whole year do you have any revision resources you use for it?


    I'm also doing Yeats, how come everyone thinks it'll be Easter 1916?
    I think they do the long chunky poems first idk
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    Has anyone got any notes for Broken Dreams because I'm struggling to think of much to write?
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    The question is likely to surround politics (obviously) perhaps...how does Yeats present politics? Which I'm not too keen on!
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    Anyone doing Frankenstein?

    Exam in under a month, I feel so unprepared :/
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    Easter 1916 then- hopefully. Anyone else got any suggestions for le poems...?


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    Am i right in saying Soliloquy, Love in a life/life in a love an Toccata have come up for browning?

    I heard a rumour that theyre choosing the shorter browning poems to make all poets the same difficulty? Shed any light
 
 
 

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