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So obviously i'm off to a cracking start to AS..
I haven't read Tess of the D'urbevilles which I'm supposed to for my first Lit lesson on Friday. It's quite a long book and i'm wondering whether to try to read tonight and all of tomorrow, or read chapter summaries and analysis. Will the summaries provide enough info for the test I might possibly have on Friday?? I could then read it over the weekend

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So obviously i'm off to a cracking start to AS..
I haven't read Tess of the D'urbevilles which I'm supposed to for my first Lit lesson on Friday. It's quite a long book and i'm wondering whether to try to read tonight and all of tomorrow, or read chapter summaries and analysis. Will the summaries provide enough info for the test I might possibly have on Friday?? I could then read it over the weekend

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If you don't think you'll get it done then I see no harm in reading over summaries etc until you can catch up! I didn't read most of the chapters of one of my texts for my A2 exam so just did that :lol:

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So obviously i'm off to a cracking start to AS..
I haven't read Tess of the D'urbevilles which I'm supposed to for my first Lit lesson on Friday. It's quite a long book and i'm wondering whether to try to read tonight and all of tomorrow, or read chapter summaries and analysis. Will the summaries provide enough info for the test I might possibly have on Friday?? I could then read it over the weekend

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Read summaries (and test yourself on the plot), and also look at revision sites for the text, so you are aware of the main themes/symbols as well. Do start reading the text, but don't rush it so much that you miss bits out - the summaries will probably be enough for a test, and I'm certain many others will be in the same position as you.
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