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    It isn't too wordy but may I ask if it is for Language or Literature and GCSE/A Level and if so, what is it based on?
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    It isn't too wordy but may I ask if it is for Language or Literature and GCSE/A Level and if so, what is it based on?
    this is literature GCSE poetry compare/contrast analysis

    thank you for your opinion


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    (Original post by hannahrobinsxn)
    this is literature GCSE poetry compare/contrast analysis

    thank you for your opinion


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    It's ok and I thought it was Literature. I study it for A Level and as long as you don't repeatedly initiate an idea more than once with the same interpretation then it'll flow smoothly. Just don't go and ramble on.
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    It's ok and I thought it was Literature. I study it for A Level and as long as you don't repeatedly initiate an idea more than once with the same interpretation then it'll flow smoothly. Just don't go and ramble on.
    so if i was to cover the idea of repression of vulnerability in my language and structure points then that would be considered repetition?


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    (Original post by hannahrobinsxn)
    so if i was to cover the idea of repression of vulnerability in my language and structure points then that would be considered repetition?


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    Not necessarily. What I should have said was that if you carried on from your ideas and added more to it - it could become irrelevant and unnecessary. You just need to say your points and then initiate a new idea. Remember, less is more and it's quality not quantity.
 
 
 
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