AQA English Literature Love through the ages

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I was wandering if anyone in year 13 who just did the english lit love through the ages exam remembers the question for othello, unseen poetry and section c (i did gatsby) . Thanks
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Gatsby question A) how is the theme of desire presented
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Gatsby question A) how is the theme of desire presented
Thanks a lot! Do u remember the unseen poetry or othello at all? Certain key words? Thanks for the gatsby q.
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The unseen question comped Douglas Dunn's poem 'The Kaleidoscope' with a 1700s poem by a poet-
whose name begins with D also, a long title 'in memory of sir'... or something similar (I can't remember)
The statement was that the first poem is about simple grief, while Dunn's poem is about complex and contrasting emotions.
The question asked to compare and contrast how these poets presented ideas of grief.
I did another Shakespeare text
Hope this helps!
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The unseen question comped Douglas Dunn's poem 'The Kaleidoscope' with a 1700s poem by a poet-
whose name begins with D also, a long title 'in memory of sir'... or something similar (I can't remember)
The statement was that the first poem is about simple grief, while Dunn's poem is about complex and contrasting emotions.
The question asked to compare and contrast how these poets presented ideas of grief.
I did another Shakespeare text
Hope this helps!
That helps soo much, really appreciate it!!!!
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The unseen question comped Douglas Dunn's poem 'The Kaleidoscope' with a 1700s poem by a poet-
whose name begins with D also, a long title 'in memory of sir'... or something similar (I can't remember)
The statement was that the first poem is about simple grief, while Dunn's poem is about complex and contrasting emotions.
The question asked to compare and contrast how these poets presented ideas of grief.
I did another Shakespeare text
Hope this helps!
Sorry to be a pain, but by any chance do u know the othello question or know someones whose done it. Really appreciate all the help!!!
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(Original post by trendingNOW)
The unseen question comped Douglas Dunn's poem 'The Kaleidoscope' with a 1700s poem by a poet-
whose name begins with D also, a long title 'in memory of sir'... or something similar (I can't remember)
The statement was that the first poem is about simple grief, while Dunn's poem is about complex and contrasting emotions.
The question asked to compare and contrast how these poets presented ideas of grief.
I did another Shakespeare text
Hope this helps!

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Hey what were the 2018 AQA English Literature A questions?
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