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(I studied King Lear, Richard II and The Great Gatsby)
Here are the questions that came up for future help and those sitting the exam next year.
Feel free to correct my mistakes I cannot remember completely or for questions other than my texts.

Extract= Cordelia and Lear reunited when Cordelia returns from France and refuses to let Lear die (his anagnorisis)

Lear 1. It is right that the wilful old men in king Lear are taught a lesson

Lear 2. Something about Albany as a powerful man (cannot remember I just saw Albany and dismissed it instantly)

Section C

1. Villains and antagonists are wickedly attractive

2. Pride that heroes and heroines have in tragedy is what elevates then rather than diminishing them

(For reference I chose the first Lear question and section C question 2)
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(Original post by MelissaJade123)
(I studied King Lear, Richard II and The Great Gatsby)
Here are the questions that came up for future help and those sitting the exam next year.
Feel free to correct my mistakes I cannot remember completely or for questions other than my texts.

Extract= Cordelia and Lear reunited when Cordelia returns from France and refuses to let Lear die (his anagnorisis)

Lear 1. It is right that the wilful old men in king Lear are taught a lesson

Lear 2. Something about Albany as a powerful man (cannot remember I just saw Albany and dismissed it instantly)

Section C

1. Villains and antagonists are wickedly attractive

2. Pride that heroes and heroines have in tragedy is what elevates then rather than diminishing them

(For reference I chose the first Lear question and section C question 2)
You studied three?????????

I studied Othello and A Streetcar Named Desire.

Othello:
Explore Shakespeare’s presentation of Cassio
Explore Shakespeare’s presentation of the theme of identity

Streetcar:
Explore Williams’ presentation of character’s inner lives
Explore Williams’ presentation of the theme of confrontation
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(Original post by birthdefect)You studied three?????????

I studied Othello and A Streetcar Named Desire.

Othello:
Explore Shakespeare’s presentation of Cassio
Explore Shakespeare’s presentation of the theme of identity

Streetcar:
Explore Williams’ presentation of character’s inner lives
Explore Williams’ presentation of the theme of confrontation
was this aqa enlgish literature A or B?
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