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Hi Everyone,

I am currently studying English Language and Literature where we are studying Wuthering Heights. I have no idea how to revise for it or what to revise!!!1

Any help appreciated!
If anyone needs help with AS English Lang and Lit happy to help

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[QUOTE=bmlc98;60841811]Hi Everyone,m

I am currently studying English Language and Literature where we are studying Wuthering Heights. I have no idea how to revise for it or what to revise!!!1

Any help appreciated!
If anyone needs help with AS English Lang and Lit happy to help

THANKS
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Not sure about the language part because I just to literature, but I suggest going over key themes, learning key quotes. If you need critical theory learn a few as well.
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Thank you there's just so much any ideas on condensing it down?
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Thank you there's just so much any ideas on condensing it down?
You don't need to memorise loads. Just pick a few pieces of critical theory and key quotes which you can find in revision guide or websites e.g. Get revising, because you'll get the text in the exam if you get really stuck.
Try and find a few quotes that are relevant to certain characters even if it's just one, and analyse it. Then try and link it to key themes and the significance it may have in the plot. Hope this is helpful.
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You don't need to memorise loads. Just pick a few pieces of critical theory and key quotes which you can find in revision guide or websites e.g. Get revising, because you'll get the text in the exam if you get really stuck.
Try and find a few quotes that are relevant to certain characters even if it's just one, and analyse it. Then try and link it to key themes and the significance it may have in the plot. Hope this is helpful.
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OMG almost forgot, any ideas on a partner text for wh?
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OMG almost forgot, any ideas on a partner text for wh?
No sorry. I'm not doing wh, but I doing the great gatsby, rapture and Tess of the D'Ubervilles.
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No sorry. I'm not doing wh, but I doing the great gatsby, rapture and Tess of the D'Ubervilles.
Aw, ok well if you know anyone who is please let me know, I'm going to ask my teacher tomorrow anyway 😁
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