EPQ english litWatch
-the presentation of mental illness in literature (focusing on The Bell Jar and Catcher in the Rye)
-something to do with Orlando by Virginia Woolf, maybe about gender?
-something on Kafka (the only thing I've read by him so far is The Trial, but I love it a lot and have so much to say about the themes)
-other books I'd consider writing about are Giovanni's Room, Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Lolita, To Kill a Mockingbird
Should I choose a theme and investigate how it is presented in different books? Should I investigate how a particular event in history has influenced literature/how a particular author was influenced by events in their life? Or should I stop focusing on specific books and ask something like "How can we persuade young people to read more?"