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    I'm still stumped as to what to do for this coursework. I thought I had it covered with doing the symbolism and allegory in C.S.Lewis' The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe but my teacher is really not happy with me doing a book. Plus he was talking to me today about it, I had gone through it and made all my own notes and stuff, and he said I'm not allowed to use them because they are from the interent and I will rely on others work. Now I know I am really bad at english but I understand what is going on in LWW and the symbolism and stuff yet he says I can't do it because it won't be my work. He really doesn't like me and he has less of a clue as to what we need to do for this coursework than I do because I've looked on here.
    So now, I have to find a poem and start from the begining before tomorrow morning and I have no clue. Help please? Should I just carry on with LWW and ignore him as he does me or restart?
    Also can we quote from the anthology, I am so confused as to what we have to do with it?
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    Can anyone help me??


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    Maybe out of the blue? It's a good poem with lots of symbolism
    My teachers hate me too dw haha


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    Hey, so what did you end up doing?

    You have a strict word limit of 1500 words so maybe that's why he isn't happy with you doing a book but if you feel strongly about it and other teachers are happy with your line of argument then perhaps you should do it. However if he is the or who is going to be marking it, make sure it all makes sense to him.

    If you're still stuck, make sure to look at the specification and subject content!
    http://www.aqa.org.uk/subjects/engli...content/unit-4

    (Look at the "Task 2" examples and subject content.)

    Yes you definitely need to quote from the anthology. We've just been set this and I think I'm going to analyse "The yellow wallpaper" from a feminist perspective but still am deciding on a title.

    Good luck, perhaps look online for examples of other peoples work and useful blogs? I have a list of example questions and text ideas if you're still stuck on what to do
 
 
 
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