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Hi !! If anyone takes A-level literature please help me with ideas for this question!!
“Tragic endings always evoke a feeling of sadness, to what extent do you agree?”
I need to use Death of a Salesman and Keats on my response.
If anyone helps at all you will actually be saving my life.
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hey, i've just finished a level english lit and i'd say look at it from the point of view of justice- tragic endings will evoke sadness in readers if they feel that a character's fate is unjust. for example, willy dies without achieving fulfilment or his life goals of success and therefore his death evokes feelings of sadness because society didn't give him the opportunity to succeed and since his intentions were mostly pure his death doesn't seem justified compared to, for example, a criminal. if you use something like justice to shape your essay it should help you maintain focus- hope that was helpful!
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