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    Just wondering if anyone knows
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    In case you didn't know, the question is going to be 'Analyse aspects of tragedy in the following extract.' The extract is what you have to speculate on. I suspect it will be the beginning interaction between Iago & Roderigo, Iago goading Othello about Desdemona & Cassio, or one of Othello's monologues.
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    (Original post by Abstract_Prism)
    In case you didn't know, the question is going to be 'Analyse aspects of tragedy in the following extract.' The extract is what you have to speculate on. I suspect it will be the beginning interaction between Iago & Roderigo, Iago goading Othello about Desdemona & Cassio, or one of Othello's monologues.
    yeah I know about the extract thing, but isn't the Roderigo and Iago thing on the specimen paper
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    Could be anything, hence why my class has done questions on all characters such as Emilia's feminism speech and women in society, Iago's self-love and egotism and Othello's jealousy.

    However, we do know for certain that one part of the Othello question will ask; "How does Shakespeare present aspects of love in the following extraxt", as mentioned already.
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    (Original post by AgonizedGod)
    Could be anything, hence why my class has done questions on all characters such as Emilia's feminism speech and women in society, Iago's self-love and egotism and Othello's jealousy.

    However, we do know for certain that one part of the Othello question will ask; "How does Shakespeare present aspects of love in the following extraxt", as mentioned already.
    How do you know that for certain? About aspects of love?
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    How do you revise for othello ???
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    How do you know that for certain? About aspects of love?
    In every single exam specimen they've had two parts to the Othello question; "How does Shakespeare present aspects of love" followed by the actual question. Obviously, it doesn't specify that it will be asked but I think we can all gather it's going to be a recurring theme as it is LTA we are studying.
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    (Original post by goal101)
    How do you revise for othello ???
    I revise character relationships and analyse different themes of love within.
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    (Original post by AgonizedGod)
    In every single exam specimen they've had two parts to the Othello question; "How does Shakespeare present aspects of love" followed by the actual question. Obviously, it doesn't specify that it will be asked but I think we can all gather it's going to be a recurring theme as it is LTA we are studying.
    Oh, now I understand, you do AQA Lit A, while I do Lit B - I was so scared for a second! Good luck!
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    (Original post by mughushed)
    Oh, now I understand, you do AQA Lit A, while I do Lit B - I was so scared for a second! Good luck!
    That's fine! Good luck to yourself too!
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    (Original post by goal101)
    How do you revise for othello ???
    I learn quotes and practice exam Q's.
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    (Original post by mar1enneh)
    yeah I know about the extract thing, but isn't the Roderigo and Iago thing on the specimen paper
    Oh yeah. In that case I think it might be Othello's speech to Brabantio.
 
 
 
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