A Level English LiteratureWatch
'Tragedies must present the reader with a clear view of human morality.'
To what extent do you agree with this view in relation to two texts you have studied? Remember to include in your answer relevant comment on the ways the writers have shaped meanings.
The two texts I'm studying are Death of a salesman - Arthur Miller and John Keats - La belle dame sans merci, lamia, isabella or the pot of basil and the eve of st Agnes.
My point is that Keats's poems are very ambiguous therefore he judges human nature and behavior making it unclear whether or not a character is moral. Does anyone have any ideas what I could possibly write?
I've done a paragraph on Lamia - I need some help on Keats (not DoaS).