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    Anything in particular? Anyone can tell you anything about A Level Lit.

    Namely:
    It's about books and the study of books
    It's a step up from GCSE (trust me) (don't take it if you want to loll around)
    It's a highly respected subject at universities

    But for anything precise you will need to ask about particular books and exam boards.
    For instance, I so far have studies Doctor Faustus and a collection of poetry; I presume I will be starting Hamlet soon! If you want anything answered about Doctor Faustus or Edexcel, I'm here! But otherwise it's essentially the same as GCSE with the obvious developments appropriated with other A Level subjects.
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    (Original post by #clueless)
    Anything in particular? Anyone can tell you anything about A Level Lit.

    Namely:
    It's about books and the study of books
    It's a step up from GCSE (trust me) (don't take it if you want to loll around)
    It's a highly respected subject at universities

    But for anything precise you will need to ask about particular books and exam boards.
    For instance, I so far have studies Doctor Faustus and a collection of poetry; I presume I will be starting Hamlet soon! If you want anything answered about Doctor Faustus or Edexcel, I'm here! But otherwise it's essentially the same as GCSE with the obvious developments appropriated with other A Level subjects.
    It's about age of innocence. I have to contribute to a group presentation tomorrow. I have absolutely nothing.

    How has Wharton communicated meaning in your passage? Find examples of literary devices, using the correct terminology, and quotations to demonstrate.
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    I have no idea, sorry mate. I guess just find some strong quotes that discuss the main themes of the book and pick them apart, evaluating their meaning and seeing how this fits the overall theme. Honestly, if I did Age of Innocence I'd be on this, but I don't sadly.
 
 
 
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