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I’m going to start coursework.

I have a few options.


Rebecca and great expectations
Rebecca and the strange case of jerkyll and Hyde
Jane eyre
Great expectations and lord of the files


Which is a better combo?

Ms, said that great expectations and Rebecca will be too much for me.
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Great expectations and lord of the files - since there context is similiarities in social, historical and cultural settings.
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(Original post by TheAlchemistress)
I’m going to start coursework.

I have a few options.


Rebecca and great expectations
Rebecca and the strange case of jerkyll and Hyde
Jane eyre
Great expectations and lord of the files


Which is a better combo?

Ms, said that great expectations and Rebecca will be too much for me.
Are you allowed to use GCSE texts for A2?, as Jekyll and Hyde is a gcse gothic novel.
I studied it at GCSE level
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Are you allowed to use GCSE texts for A2?, as Jekyll and Hyde is a gcse gothic novel.
I studied it at GCSE level
Nope not allowed.
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Nope not allowed.
Yeahh, I was wondering
You might want to pick texts which are of high quality, A level standard and which you can talk a lot about
Also pick texts that you may find interesting and enjoy, otherwise it'll just be boring.
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Yeahh, I was wondering
You might want to pick texts which are of high quality, A level standard and which you can talk a lot about
Also pick texts that you may find interesting and enjoy, otherwise it'll just be boring.
The above texts are above. Not sure though.
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The above texts are above. Not sure though.
Yes as I said earlier, you cannot compare Jekyll and Hyde as it is a text from the GCSE syllabus.
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Yes as I said earlier, you cannot compare Jekyll and Hyde as it is a text from the GCSE syllabus.
I really want to do Great Expectations and Rebecca, but it might be too stressful for me.
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I really want to do Great Expectations and Rebecca, but it might be too stressful for me.
You might want to do some background research beforehand, whilst choosing your texts, just to get an idea of what you are about to do. If you really like it, the I guess go for it and put in all the work and effort you can.
However, if they're not appealing, you might want to consider something else.
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