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Aqa a level english literature 2022

Anyone have any predictions for Othello??? any key themes or revision help will be appreciated!!! please helpppp :smile:
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im in the same boat as you, but my teacher always bangs on abt referencing the end of the play. like as a must
i think maybe jealousy will come up bc it's Act 3, or maybe something to do with women or Desdemona. also, for section C, i think the question will be about a positive aspect of love since it's been negative aspects for the past couple of years, so it might be things like passion, unconditional love, devotion, longing, desire etc. i've also been figuring out some predictions for unseen poetry and the poems have all been from the 20th century. there were two years where they included a 20th century poem WITH a 1600s poem. so they could potentially continue the 20th century theme if they're feeling nice, or if not, i think the poems will be from 1700s and 1800s since we've already had 1600s. that being said, you could revise these eras and the literary periods of those times and have that be the basis of your essay. like if a poem is from the 20th century you could talk about the detachment from traditional values, or the newfound empowerment women experienced through the wars, the vote and the pill etc.
Original post by kaxxxxc2
i think maybe jealousy will come up bc it's Act 3, or maybe something to do with women or Desdemona. also, for section C, i think the question will be about a positive aspect of love since it's been negative aspects for the past couple of years, so it might be things like passion, unconditional love, devotion, longing, desire etc. i've also been figuring out some predictions for unseen poetry and the poems have all been from the 20th century. there were two years where they included a 20th century poem WITH a 1600s poem. so they could potentially continue the 20th century theme if they're feeling nice, or if not, i think the poems will be from 1700s and 1800s since we've already had 1600s. that being said, you could revise these eras and the literary periods of those times and have that be the basis of your essay. like if a poem is from the 20th century you could talk about the detachment from traditional values, or the newfound empowerment women experienced through the wars, the vote and the pill etc.

Thank you so much!!!
Original post by H.dy
im in the same boat as you, but my teacher always bangs on abt referencing the end of the play. like as a must

Ohh you mean the deaths and Iago being exposed?

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