English Lit - Which book will be easier to get a higher grade in?

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mellowjoker
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To kill a mockingbird, or Of Mice and Men?

I've completely procrastinated, haven't read either of the books in about a year and now my exam is next Monday. I also have to read Jekyll and Hyde by then too :/ So yeah anyway, which book is easiest to get a high grade in? For example, which book has more points, original/perceptive ideas? (Also to be extra rude, if anyone has any perceptive points PLEASE tell me! haha)
Thank you!

*Note to self - Don't procrastinate ever again.
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(Original post by mellowjoker)
To kill a mockingbird, or Of Mice and Men?

I've completely procrastinated, haven't read either of the books in about a year and now my exam is next Monday. I also have to read Jekyll and Hyde by then too :/ So yeah anyway, which book is easiest to get a high grade in? For example, which book has more points, original/perceptive ideas? (Also to be extra rude, if anyone has any perceptive points PLEASE tell me! haha)
Thank you!

*Note to self - Don't procrastinate ever again.
Hey! We've done our Lit exam last year and we did TKAM
Honestly, Mice and Men is easier, however TKAM has more perceptive themes and ideas to talk about. We got an A and A*

Good luck!
(personally I [anne] recommend TKAM)
Thug notes on youtube is very entertaining! Also Spark notes help.
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