A2 - Regeneration essay Watch

Hannah_Jeffries
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I was just wondering what books you can compare 'regeneration' by Pat Barker to for my A2 coursework

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Depends what sort of angle you wanted to take?

"The first casualty" by Ben Elton might be a good start point though!
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Perhaps a book written during the war? This you could show the contrast between modern war literature and literature written at the time.

Or another modern war literature novel like The First Casualty (Ben Elton) and Birdsong (Sebastian Faulks)? You could show how even though both novels are written about WW1 but actually written in the modern day, they show different outlooks on war.

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i haven't heard of your central text but John Milton's Samson Agonistes has been called "a study in regeneration", so maybe that would work.
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You could try something more optimisitic then regeneration, perhaps private peaceful? it would depend what angle you were taking really
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We did it with 'Strange Meeting' by Susan Hill
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