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Hi everyone,I need to do my English NEA Coursework by the end of tom. My comparison essay is the following: '' Compare how both writers of In Cold Blood and A Thousand Splendid Suns use of narrative voice and other methods to present the mother relationship with the children impacting on their choices. '' Can any one help me out with writing it and also give me a plan how to answer it urgently.
Thanks.
Reply 1
Start with intro:
Introduce "In Cold Blood" and "A Thousand Splendid Suns".
Explore how both authors use narrative voice and other techniques to depict the impact of the mother-child relationship on characters' choices.
Narrative Voice:
Discuss Capote's journalistic style and Hosseini's dual
Analyse how each author's narrative perspective reveals the influence of the mother-child relationship on characters' decisions.
Explore symbolism, imagery, and characterisation in "In Cold Blood".
Analyse similar techniques in "A Thousand Splendid Suns" and their portrayal of maternal influence on characters' choices.
Comparison and Analysis:
Compare the narrative techniques and other methods used by both authors.
Discuss similarities and differences in depicting the mother-child relationship's impact on characters' choices.
Conclude by
Summarising main points.
Reinforce the significance of the mother-child relationship in both texts.
then a final insight or reflection on the themes explored.
hope it helps
Reply 2
Thank you for your help x. Can you recommend where I can find relatable quotes according to my question?
Reply 3
Original post by Sevda123
Thank you for your help x. Can you recommend where I can find relatable quotes according to my question?

In Cold Blood" by Truman Capote (She knew I was not able to help her with her problem and she was not able to help me with mine.)

A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini (Mariam wished for so much in those final moments…a sensation of abundant peace)


Use SparkNotes to help
Reply 4
Original post by Noble.x
In Cold Blood" by Truman Capote (She knew I was not able to help her with her problem and she was not able to help me with mine.)
A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini (Mariam wished for so much in those final moments…a sensation of abundant peace)
Use SparkNotes to help


Appreciate it lovely
Reply 5
Original post by Noble.x
Start with intro:
Introduce "In Cold Blood" and "A Thousand Splendid Suns".
Explore how both authors use narrative voice and other techniques to depict the impact of the mother-child relationship on characters' choices.
Narrative Voice:
Discuss Capote's journalistic style and Hosseini's dual
Analyse how each author's narrative perspective reveals the influence of the mother-child relationship on characters' decisions.
Explore symbolism, imagery, and characterisation in "In Cold Blood".
Analyse similar techniques in "A Thousand Splendid Suns" and their portrayal of maternal influence on characters' choices.
Comparison and Analysis:
Compare the narrative techniques and other methods used by both authors.
Discuss similarities and differences in depicting the mother-child relationship's impact on characters' choices.
Conclude by
Summarising main points.
Reinforce the significance of the mother-child relationship in both texts.
then a final insight or reflection on the themes explored.
hope it helps


Hi again,
Is it possible for you to write me this essay with the best quality and I'll pay for it in return?
Reply 6
Original post by Sevda123
Hi again,
Is it possible for you to write me this essay with the best quality and I'll pay for it in return?

Lmaoo isn’t it already due?
Reply 7
Original post by Noble.x
Lmaoo isn’t it already due?


The deadline got extended till tom.
Reply 8
Original post by Sevda123
The deadline got extended till tom.

Honestly I won’t do a good job. I left/graduated high school years ago
Reply 9
Original post by Noble.x
Honestly I won’t do a good job. I left/graduated high school years ago


Didn't u do ur a-levels ?
Original post by Sevda123
Didn't u do ur a-levels ?

No I didn’t do A levels

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