OCR English Literature Yeats/Frankenstein Watch

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What question do you think will come up in Yeats? Everyone thinks it will be Easter 1916 but it is three pages so I doubt it will come up. Any ideas?
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Guys guys... In Yeats exam, do we get the full length poem as an insert?
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Guys guys... In Yeats exam, do we get the full length poem as an insert?
Yes we get the full poem any ideas on what the poem will be?!
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Anyone got any advice on how to structure the Frankenstein question? I literally have no idea where to start in answering the question. Anyone know where I can find examples too?
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Anyone got any advice on how to structure the Frankenstein question? I literally have no idea where to start in answering the question. Anyone know where I can find examples too?
Put key terms from question in the centre of your mind map then branch out with 4/5 points u will make. Add evidence(quotes) and analyse.. Add critics and context accordingly.


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Anyone know how to link Prometheus or the ancient mariner to Frankenstein?! I'm so scared about this exam :confused:
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Anyone know how to link Prometheus or the ancient mariner to Frankenstein?! I'm so scared about this exam :confused:
Victor is the modern day Prometheus and he attemps to create life just like Prometheus did out of clay- this idea of usurping the role of God. And I'm not sure about the ancient mariner sorry


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Victor is the modern day Prometheus and he attemps to create life just like Prometheus did out of clay- this idea of usurping the role of God. And I'm not sure about the ancient mariner sorry


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That's still a great help, thank you
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Hiya guys!

Just did the OCR English Literature exam yesterday!

I had to answer the Yeats and Frankenstein question!

I personally thought that the questions were brilliant but I felt quite overwhelmed by it. I was quite taken aback by the fact that the Yeats question was Man and the Echo as we were all rooting for Easter 1916 or September 1913, however the theme asked,
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