Edexcel English Literature Course work A Level

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For course work I have to compare a book of my choice to the great gatsby by F.Scott Fitzgerald but I have been finding this hard. At GCSE, I studied Macbeth and I have found some good comparison points but would it be possible to do this for my coursework at A level if I did it at GCSE? I would do this through the theme of Ambition/ desire and wonder.
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No, I don't think you're allowed to do a text that you did for GCSE/ is available as a GCSE text. I compared Sense and Sensibility to the Great Gatsby for my coursework, and that worked really well, and I think you could do SS for desire and wonder too, or else Pride and Prejudice! Otherwise, it might be worth considering Jane Eyre or Great Expectations
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Thank you so much! I am thinking of comparing Measure for Measure now with the theme of sex and love/ corruption and disguise but I’m still deciding and will take these into consideration.
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The Picture of Dorian Gray goes nicely
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