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Any1 Study(-ied) 'Hard Times, William Blake (London) or Wordsworth then help please!! watch

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    Hi, i know this kinda a lot to ask. However, the deadline for my englsih GCSE (OCR) coursework is next friday, and i REALLY need to improve my coursework to an A*, i really do. If anyone here who has studied Dickens' 'Hard Times' or these two poems please reply, then i can PM you my crsewrk, so u can look over it and give me ideas and stuff. My teacher is being totally annoying and won't help at all. Here's the two coursework titles:

    1) 'How does Charles Dickens introduce and mock the main objects of his satire, in the first two chapters of his novel 'Hard times'. (used for literture grade only)

    2) Poetry comparison:
    What do William Blake’s “London” and William Wordsworth’s “Composed Upon Westminster Bridge” have to say about the city of London? (used for both lang and lit)

    Any help on these would be MUCH appreciated!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    There's a link in my sig to the William Blake revision page, if I recall correctly that has some stuff on London in

    Hope this helps!


    Go to this page:


    And download the 'Blakenotes.zip' attachment, has notes on London in there with a fairly detailed analysis. It's at A2 level, but that would probably help you more than it hinders you.

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