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    Hello everyone, I need an Essay of the theme loneliness Of Mice and Men. please help meeee
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    (Original post by TheHawa)
    Hello everyone, I need an Essay of the theme loneliness Of Mice and Men. please help meeee
    What ideas have you already had?
    We can't write your essay for you as that's plagiarism, but if you tell us what you have so far we could help with suggesting where you could find quotes and how to develop your points
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    thank u for ur reply.... I dont know how to structure it. If you could plz give me some guidance about it. thnx again

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    (Original post by TheHawa)
    thank u for ur reply.... I dont know how to structure it. If you could plz give me some guidance about it. thnx again

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    Generally you need an introduction, a few paragraphs then a conclusion.
    Here's my recommended structure for a paragraph:
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    For analytical paragraphs, a good paragraph structure to use is PETER:
    P- Point: One sentence saying what the point you're trying to get across in this paragraph is (e.g The author x creates an air of tension in his novel y to make the reader feel suspicious about z character's intentions.)
    E- Evidence: A quote to back up your point (can be introduced with 'this is shown through the quote "x")
    T- Technique: State what literary technique/structural technique is being used in this quote ("x" which uses pathetic fallacy.)
    E- Explanation: Explain how this technique and quote support your point; explore the author's intentions, the plot of whatever you're looking at, context if it's Shakespearean for example, the general effects of it.
    R- Reader: Explain the effects of the quote/technique on the reader; how it makes them feel, how it changes their view of a character, whether they're empathetic etc.
    The last two parts should be the largest section of the paragraph and can be combined.
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    Sparknotes will help. GOOGLE IT

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    Thanks a lot dear.

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    I have got loads of notes but the only problem is that I get confused and when I finish writing Im not too confident about it. :/

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    Just Wikipedia 'loneliness themes of mice and men ' then reword what it says . Continue this on every single essay until you graduate ....
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    (Original post by ssupernova)
    Just Wikipedia 'loneliness themes of mice and men ' then reword what it says . Continue this on every single essay until you graduate ....
    Wikipedia won't really give you essay notes, only factual things about the book :yep: Best bet is to stick with online revision guides like sparknotes and litcharts
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    Okay thank you. I will write the essay and after writing I will post it so that u can go through it for me

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    (Original post by TheHawa)
    Okay thank you. I will write the essay and after writing I will post it so that u can go through it for me

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    Send it by PM instead, if you post in on an open forum someone could copy it and that would be plagiarism Don't worry about that being a problem with me, I'm doing my A Levels now, and I will be able to help as I got A* for GCSE lit
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    okay I will PM it. and thanks a lottt
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    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    Send it by PM instead, if you post in on an open forum someone could copy it and that would be plagiarism Don't worry about that being a problem with me, I'm doing my A Levels now, and I will be able to help as I got A* for GCSE lit
    What do you do for A-Levels?
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    (Original post by sophie kwon chu)
    What do you do for A-Levels?
    English literature, English language, history and maths
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    (Original post by Gingerbread101)
    English literature, English language, history and maths
    ive chosen english lit and maths for next year! im scared :/ esp maths
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    (Original post by sophie kwon chu)
    ive chosen english lit and maths for next year! im scared :/ esp maths
    English lit is far more work than maths, if you were good at GCSE maths you'll be absolutely fine with A Level if you get any questions once you start them then send me a PM
 
 
 
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