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    Hey! so for my AdvH English dissertation I have been thinking about doing "Homo-romanticism in Classic Literature." My books of choice for this are 'Les Miserables' and 'The Illiad' (both which I have read several times and am extremely passionate about.) What are people's opinions on this? Do you think they would be okay to compare?
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    (Original post by Floral Jehan)
    Hey! so for my AdvH English dissertation I have been thinking about doing "Homo-romanticism in Classic Literature." My books of choice for this are 'Les Miserables' and 'The Illiad' (both which I have read several times and am extremely passionate about.) What are people's opinions on this? Do you think they would be okay to compare?
    That sounds very interesting!

    Just a thought: perhaps it would be better to use "celebrated", "famous" etc. literature rather than "classic" in your title. "Classic" could cause a bit of ambiguity since one of the works you're comparing is from the classical period and the other isn't, so it might sound like a misnomer.
 
 
 
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