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    Hey, i'm currently doing AS English Literature, and my mock is tomorrow. I'm doing The Bloody Chamber, and Rossetti poetry. I feel like my ideas are so so basic. Everyone comes up with original and unique ideas, inferring different things.. Where as I come up with the general expected stuff. Does anyone have any last minute tips on how to analyse language and literature in an original idea, so my ideas have a bit more to them, rather than stuff which is just basically common sense. Thanks

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    Have you tried litcharts or spark notes? Sometimes borrowing or building on others ideas is a good way to get going!

    Criticism is always useful to read, I find it allows me to view the texts from different perspectives and helps me form my own ideas

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