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    For English Literature A, what do you think is the likelihood of getting a question on narrative?
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    (Original post by Jaimebecky1)
    For English Literature A, what do you think is the likelihood of getting a question on narrative?
    The exact same likelihood as getting a question on anything else that is relevant.


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    The exact same likelihood as getting a question on anything else that is relevant.


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    Oh! Thank you so very much for your insightfulness. However you got that information will astonish me, but hopefully it wasn't illegal. I was asking what topics were relevant across all the books... But thanks for the contribution!
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    Oh! Thank you so very much for your insightfulness. However you got that information will astonish me, but hopefully it wasn't illegal. I was asking what topics were relevant across all the books... But thanks for the contribution!
    Your attempt at sarcasm sucks, ngl
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    Its a bit like saying what's the likelihood on getting a question about the Bloody chamber on the Bloody chamber..

    My teacher said we should answer the questions abit like the way we did last year, use narrative elements (form, chronology, climax, contrasts etc) to prove our points about the Gothic and wider issues

    Agree or nahhh?

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