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Main Themes for An Inspector Calls, A Christmas Carol, and Macbeth Watch

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    I was wondering if anyone had some lists of the main themes likely to appear in the English Lit exams for these novels/play? I have an idea of some, but if anyone has a comprehensive list that would be amazing.

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    (Original post by saffarinda)
    I was wondering if anyone had some lists of the main themes likely to appear in the English Lit exams for these novels/play? I have an idea of some, but if anyone has a comprehensive list that would be amazing.

    Thank you!
    Significant themes in 'An Inspector Calls':

    Responsibility, Generational Divide, Social (In)justice, Parenting, Gender Divide and Time and the Supernatural.

    Significant themes in 'A Christmas Carol':

    Social Responsibility, Social Class, Poverty, Greed and Generosity, Transformation and Change, Wealth, Time, The Supernatural and Redemption.

    Significant themes in 'Macbeth':

    Loyalty and Betrayal, Kingship, Ambition, Fate and Free Will, the Supernatural/Paranormal, Nature, Love and Power.
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    (Original post by CandidateZero)
    Significant themes in 'An Inspector Calls':

    Responsibility, Generational Divide, Social (In)justice, Parenting, Gender Divide and Time and the Supernatural.

    Significant themes in 'A Christmas Carol':

    Social Responsibility, Social Class, Poverty, Greed and Generosity, Transformation and Change, Wealth, Time, The Supernatural and Redemption.

    Significant themes in 'Macbeth':

    Loyalty and Betrayal, Kingship, Ambition, Fate and Free Will, the Supernatural/Paranormal, Nature, Love and Power.
    Thank you so much! <3
 
 
 
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