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Hi! So I'm currently in year 13 and have started writing my English Literature coursework which I will be completing over the Christmas break. My coursework is a 2,500 word essay comparing Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen and The Bloody Chamber by Angela Carter, and the title I have chosen is ‘Women in Gothic literature are either presented as evil or as victims.’ Compare and contrast how the writers present women’s roles in “The Bloody Chamber” by Angela Carter and “Northanger Abbey” by Jane Austen.'
I'm mainly struggling to meet the word count, especially writing about Nothanger Abbey, so I was just wondering if anyone had any ideas? I have a lot of points to write about The Bloody Chamber but am struggling to make comparisons with Northanger Abbey
Thank you so much for any replies! x
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I haven't read either book so I can't help, but I just wanted to say I remember that coursework was horrible so good luck and I hope you make it work 🙂
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I haven't read either book so I can't help, but I just wanted to say I remember that coursework was horrible so good luck and I hope you make it work 🙂
sorry for the late reply but thank you !!
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