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    I am trying to write a comparative coursework for my A2 English literature, the question is "Compare some of the ways in which McCarthy and Miller explore the presentation and significance of settings in The Road and A View from the Bridge". I would really like to get close to full marks on this and need help on how to approach this. If anyone has any suggestions I would really appreciate it. x
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    (Original post by _HS)
    I am trying to write a comparative coursework for my A2 English literature, the question is "Compare some of the ways in which McCarthy and Miller explore the presentation and significance of settings in The Road and A View from the Bridge". I would really like to get close to full marks on this and need help on how to approach this. If anyone has any suggestions I would really appreciate it. x
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