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yeah i talked about 'sneer of cold command' and how art cannot immortalise power. though i really hated loss, just w h y! i loved macbeth so much, i believe the grade boundaries are going to be really high though...
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i banged on about ozymandias for comparison tbh! both dealt with loss that was uncontrollable and unexpected that couldn't be reversed, as well as that both poems used imagery to signify loss (e.g. the flickering lamp, foggy london in a wife and the lone, bare sands stretching far away as well as "nothing besides remains" in ozymandias), main point was that irony was present in both losses because the husband's letter arrived after his death, and ozymandias ultimately lost the power he was so confident about. the actual analysing of a wife was absolutely shambolic though, they really ****ed us over

merchant of venice .................. let's not
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compared it to as imperceptibly as grief, couldn’t make many points, just said that as imperceptibly dealt with loss of past happiness with a wife in London dealing with loss of future happiness with her husband🤷🏻*♀️
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loll glad i'm not the only 1
i also did imperceptibly as grief
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compared it to as imperceptibly as grief, couldn’t make many points, just said that as imperceptibly dealt with loss of past happiness with a wife in London dealing with loss of future happiness with her husband🤷🏻*♀️
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Anyone else compare to Death of a Naturalist or just me?
Waffled on A LOT about loss of childhood innocence 😂😂
i did
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For paper 2 of the English literature course, how many questions come up for each text? I know there is 2 questions on unseen poetry, however how many come up for A Christmas Carol and An Inspector Calls?
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1 extract question each
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For paper 2 of the English literature course, how many questions come up for each text? I know there is 2 questions on unseen poetry, however how many come up for A Christmas Carol and An Inspector Calls?
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tbh i think that the paper 1 questions were quite easy for some people. so i think the poetry is gonna be hard, im predicting Tissue for named poem
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tbh i think that the paper 1 questions were quite easy for some people. so i think the poetry is gonna be hard, im predicting Tissue for named poem. for an inspector calls im not sure about
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(Original post by Book_Lover28)
For paper 2 of the English literature course, how many questions come up for each text? I know there is 2 questions on unseen poetry, however how many come up for A Christmas Carol and An Inspector Calls?
It is one 45min question for each text- it’s like the essay and extract question being combined.
For example, for An Inspector Calls it could say
“Write about how the character of Sheila Birling is presented in the following extract and in other parts of the play”
You would first write an introduction and then you could talk about the extract in the next paragraph and then write about other parts Sheila is presented in the play and then finally a conclusion
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And I think you need context for ACC but it isn’t necessary for An Inspector calls (but it can be useful to add some context anyway to show understanding which is AO1)
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(Original post by ok123y)
And I think you need context for ACC but it isn’t necessary for An Inspector calls (but it can be useful to add some context anyway to show understanding which is AO1)
That's good(>~< ) I thought you wouldn't get marks at all for mentioning context
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Predictions for AIC and ACC ? x
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