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Steinbeck uses symbolism to showcase how even in final moments, Curley’s wife is still devalued and forgotten. “ He pawed up the hay until it partly covered her” The fact that she’s covered in “hay”, a word usually associated with barn animals and livestock shows that in end she is no more important than any of the animals on the ranch.


this is the question A in section B of 2015 literature exam aqa gcse
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Steinbeck uses symbolism to showcase how even in final moments, Curley’s wife is still devalued and forgotten. “ He pawed up the hay until it partly covered her” The fact that she’s covered in “hay”, a word usually associated with barn animals and livestock shows that in end she is no more important than any of the animals on the ranch.


this is the question A in section B of 2015 literature exam aqa gcse


This looks like a pretty good start to me

Do you have your exam on Monday and if so what drama text are you doing?
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