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i am starting AS level English literature , the Importance of Being Earnest and am struggling with some of the course work. The question is, The Importance of being Earnest is often seen as a critique of late Victorian values, to what extent do you consider this to be undermined by a seemingly conventional comic resolution? I know what to say, I just do not know how to start and how to organise my thoughts. Any help or ideas would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Hi
i am starting AS level English literature , the Importance of Being Earnest and am struggling with some of the course work. The question is, The Importance of being Earnest is often seen as a critique of late Victorian values, to what extent do you consider this to be undermined by a seemingly conventional comic resolution? I know what to say, I just do not know how to start and how to organise my thoughts. Any help or ideas would be appreciated. Thanks.
Thats great that you know what to say, well done

I would say, dont focus on doing a vague, un necessary intro. My english lit teachers have always put emphasis in just going straight into your argument/s.

You could do one particular side of the debate and then say an opposing view and continue that way. For me i can never do tight, focused structures cause i always think of something to say that links to what id just said, regardless of whether it deviates from the structure in mind. But thats not an issue, as long as you consider different interpretations of the question, youll be fine.
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