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    So I've chosen to explore "Little Women" by Louisa May Alcott and "A Little Princess" by Frances Hodgson Burnett for my A Level English Literature coursework. Do you guys think these are appropriate choices? They are both mostly aimed at children, but I'd say they are classics of children literature and I wanted my choices to be quite different as everyone seems to be doing Pride and Prejudice, Great Gatsby or Jane Eyre? Am I not shooting oneself in the foot?
    Does anyone who is familiar with these books has any suggestions on what could the question of my comparitive essay be? Initially, I thought about focusing on the themes of Poverty and Morality.
    Btw, English isn't my first language which is also the reason I've chosen these books as I found the language to be comprehensible and I genuinely enjoy them. Thank you for any advices
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