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    Please please please, can someone help!!! For coursework I've written a radio drama and a travel article on the theme of 'Crossing Boundaries,' and the main stimulus texts for both was 'The Motor Cycle Diaries' - Ernesto Guevara. My travel article crosses emotional, social and cultural boundaries and my radio drama crosses emotional, social, moral and legal boundaries,
    ANYWAY! I'm really struggling to find links between my pieces and TMSD????????
    I don't even know if this makes sense, I've asked for help from my tutor but she just keeps saying that I 'need to think for myself,' but this has now gone beyond that!
    Sorry to be dramatic, I hope someone can help me :-(
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    I even spelt earth wrong, amazing

    (Original post by Becklouise)
    I even spelt earth wrong, amazing
    Fixed that for you, at least.

    Without knowing the texts and your pieces of writing, I doubt anyone will be able to help you beyond suggesting you start with a big list of what boundaries Che crosses in his book. I imagine they will be largely class and political boundaries, given his life's work, plus what he saw on his travels were things that propelled him into revolutionary politics, so there's going to be a lot of soul-searching going on. Can the same be said for your work?


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