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    I originally wanted to do something to do with 1984 - George Orwell for my dissertation but changed my mind and thought of the idea of comparing Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - Lewis Carroll to The Wonderful Wizard of Oz - L. Frank Baum. I was wondering if these texts were suitable and if my topic (the use of characterisation as metaphors?) was okay. I thought I'd compare the scarecrow, tinman, lion, wicked witch to the white rabbit, madhatter, cheshercat, queen of hearts?
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    OMG YES. You can use so much to tie them together. This is perfect!
    I want to read it when you're done!
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    (Original post by spv)
    OMG YES. You can use so much to tie them together. This is perfect!
    I want to read it when you're done!
    Thank you for your opinion, I'll ask my teacher on Monday what she thinks too. I'm so happy with my idea lol, I'll get it to you somehow!
 
 
 

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