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Hi guys I am currently looking for a book to compare with the play 'Tis a pity shes a whore', but I really would appreciate it if anyone could recommend me a suitable book to compare the play with and also draw connections with.
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Why not compare it with another tragedy, maybe Shakespeare? Hamlet or Twelfth Night should be good.
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Hi guys I am currently looking for a book to compare with the play 'Tis a pity shes a whore', but I really would appreciate it if anyone could recommend me a suitable book to compare the play with and also draw connections with.
Do you know what you want to focus on in Tis a Pity? Characters, plot or theme? Once you have a good indication to what you wish to focus on, then it would be easier to give you a couple of suggestions.
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Do you know what you want to focus on in Tis a Pity? Characters, plot or theme? Once you have a good indication to what you wish to focus on, then it would be easier to give you a couple of suggestions.
Im literally open to any suggestions on the theme, plot or character, Cause the only connection that I am able to draw between the two at the moment is the theme of power
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Im literally open to any suggestions on the theme, plot or character, Cause the only connection that I am able to draw between the two at the moment is the theme of power
"Between the two"? Your op says you need Tis a Pity to compare with something. So, does this mean you already have something to compare it to?
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"Between the two"? Your op says you need Tis a Pity to compare with something. So, does this mean you already have something to compare it to?
I manged to finish reading Brave new World yesterday to see if i was able to draw anything out, but I will still appreciate any other book recommendations
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I manged to finish reading Brave new World yesterday to see if i was able to draw anything out, but I will still appreciate any other book recommendations
Antony and Cleopatra by Shakespeare could be a good one; theme of power and revenge?

I'm unfamiliar with Ford's play unfortunately.
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