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    We haven't actually started the EPQ yet, so I'm pretty clueless. I had an idea I would love to do for my EPQ, I'm just not sure if it's the sort of thing you're allowed to do. I'm taking English Literature to uni, so I wanted something that sort of related to it.

    So basically my title would be 'Evolution of the Fairy Tale' and I would be looking at both the historical and narrative aspects of the fairy tale, and how they've grown and adapted with history. For example, I'd talk about the original roots, various adaptations and how fairy tales are ingrained in our minds, and whether they have a psychological impact on us.

    Is it too soft to do as an EPQ? Any opinions would be helpful!

    Thanks!
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    yes that would be fine. you can check with your supervisor. but you can do anything really you just have to be able to fill out the production log do the presentation and right the essay.
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    (Original post by Samantha01)
    yes that would be fine. you can check with your supervisor. but you can do anything really you just have to be able to fill out the production log do the presentation and right the essay.
    That's great! Thanks! It's a relief that we have wide boundaries
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