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I’ve read three books for my English coursework and didn’t enjoy any of them so I’ve decided to do it on two poetry collections. Any recommendations?
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I’ve read three books for my English coursework and didn’t enjoy any of them so I’ve decided to do it on two poetry collections. Any recommendations?
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What sort of guidelines have you been given by your teachers (e.g. what can you not cover/ any time periods which you have to focus on such as pre-1950s)? Which books or anthologies have you looked at so far?
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We’ve been allowed to do pretty much anything we want I think I’d prefer to go on romantic poetry or one anthology and one book but the guidelines have been lenient. We’ve already done wuthering heights, hamlet, a thousand splendid suns and John Keats.
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We’ve been allowed to do pretty much anything we want I think I’d prefer to go on romantic poetry or one anthology and one book but the guidelines have been lenient. We’ve already done wuthering heights, hamlet, a thousand splendid suns and John Keats.
Romantic poetry is a good choice! What sort of question are you thinking for - i.e what theme are you hoping to look at?
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