(A2 English Literature A AQA Coursework: Love throughout the ages)

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Kcaj123
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Hi, I'm really struggling to start my English Lit coursework on love throughout the ages. I decided to do the destructive nature of desire and the three texts I'm doing are Othello, On Chesil Beach and A Streetcar Named Desire.

It's 3000 words and due in a few days and I'm feeling pretty uninspired. Would really appreciate any kind of help on what the best elements of the texts are to write about, a decent plan and whether I've even picked the best title for those three novels...

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Forgot to add that I'm really not sure how and when I should integrate the views of critics on the texts, any help on that too would be much appreciated... Thanks again
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I just finished mine a month ago on Streetcar, Othello and The Color Purple. I'd stick to three points if I were you, branching off the destructive nature of desire. I think that's a very difficult title however so maybe you should reconsider it. The most successful titles in my college were always the most predictable ones i.e. presentation of gender, marriage, betrayal etc.

Also, you only really need one example of a critic. It's literally like replacing your own point with theirs, so say the point they made, with a quote and analyse how it can be backed up or how untrue it is and why.
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