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Hi, there's an A Level English Literature mock exam coming up in a month, and I have no idea where to start with revision. What would be the best preparation for this?
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Best way to prepare is to make sure you know the book/play that you're studying well. I'd recommend reading it/them through again and ensuring you know all the key characters, themes and symbols used throughout. Next important thing to do is to have a good set of quotations which you can use and refer back to.
What texts are you studying?
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I'm studying The Handmaid's Tale, Love Through the Ages poetry, Feminine Gospels, A Streetcar Named Desire and Taming of the Shrew.
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I also do The Great Gatsby. I almost forgot that one. I've started comparing the Love Through the Ages poetry with The Great Gatsby and what themes they both have, but right now its A Streetcar Named Desire and Taming of the Shrew that I'm struggling to find many things in common with each other if I was to compare them.
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