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(Might be worth knowing I do English language and literature - edexcel is my exam board)

I do Othello and Great Gatsby, and for A level I'm having to compare the two. The comparisons seem easy enough when you get down to it e.g. othello = outsider due to his skin colour, Gatsby = outsider because he's new money but daisy is new money etc. But I have no idea where to start revising. English language is easy enough, just go over the anthology, but what could I do for lit?

any help?

EDIT: I also always hear people say it's good to provide alternative viewpoints in your paragraph when picking apart a quote? Is this a valid point people have or is it just bull?
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(Might be worth knowing I do English language and literature - edexcel is my exam board)

I do Othello and Great Gatsby, and for A level I'm having to compare the two. The comparisons seem easy enough when you get down to it e.g. othello = outsider due to his skin colour, Gatsby = outsider because he's new money but daisy is new money etc. But I have no idea where to start revising. English language is easy enough, just go over the anthology, but what could I do for lit?

any help?

EDIT: I also always hear people say it's good to provide alternative viewpoints in your paragraph when picking apart a quote? Is this a valid point people have or is it just bull?
Hiya:hi:

I can tell you that we're working on this sort of stuff now to be ready soon.:cyber:

In the mean time, this thread should be able to help you.

Revision techniques are all dependent on each of us, and how our brains work. So try something and if it doesn't work, try something else.
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