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For LITB3 (gothic), what do i need to do for the first question? i know what the AO's are and i've read the texts, but that's about it.
Are there any 'musts' that i should do for whichever question i choose?
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For LITB3 (gothic), what do i need to do for the first question? i know what the AO's are and i've read the texts, but that's about it.
Are there any 'musts' that i should do for whichever question i choose?
so confused.
Honestly, just stick to the AOs whilst being creative and original, that is the key to LITB3.

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Honestly, just stick to the AOs whilst being creative and original, that is the key to LITB3.

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Really? i'm just so confused i need guidance

Also, does AO3 only apply to the second question? If so, would i say any similarities and differences between the chosen texts, within the context of the question.
" AO3 Explore connections and comparisons between different literary texts, informed by interpretations of other readers"
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Really? i'm just so confused i need guidance

Also, does AO3 only apply to the second question? If so, would i say any similarities and differences between the chosen texts, within the context of the question.
" AO3 Explore connections and comparisons between different literary texts, informed by interpretations of other readers"
What are you unsure about?

As far as I know, it includes the first question too. I made comparisons between the text I selected and the texts I studied for my coursework; it really helps choosing gothic texts for LITB4! You just have to implement a couple of sentences where you create connections between the text you have selected and preferably texts outside the syllabus!

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What are you unsure about?

As far as I know, it includes the first question too. I made comparisons between the text I selected and the texts I studied for my coursework; it really helps choosing gothic texts for LITB4! You just have to implement a couple of sentences where you create connections between the text you have selected and preferably texts outside the syllabus!

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I'm confused because i haven't been taught much about the exam. I've only read some of the books and did a little bit of work on it in class. I don't know how much to write, haven't had any practise of the exam, do i focus on just gothic elements or not. I feel lost. Actually, i think i know what i'm confused about. I don't know where to start! any help as to what to start on first?

Oh ,maybe i should have started to read Wuthering Heights instead of Pride and Prejudice.
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