well it doesn’t take much tbh
i could decide the paper in “rock, paper, scissors” is female and be considered one of the leading feminist game developers in the industry
what a stupid world
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You can do prose. Just pretend it’s a poem, a lot of the same rhetorical devices apply to poetry and prose, they’re just in different contexts. You can do this! *hug*
No no I mean the amount of quotes I need to know for the prose is too much. It’s a big novel and I’m far safer putting my effort on poetry and drama as it’s less to cover/be asked on, which is what I’ve done.
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FIRSTLY You’ll be fine. Okay? But I mean, you speak English. You can write essays. Is it like a Lit class?
There’s two parts.
First exam is close reading (aka textual analysis) where you analyse two news articles (usually editorials) and then compare them.
Second exam is to write two essays from Drama, Prose or Poetry. I can’t do the Prose as it’s too wide and I’m bad at writing on it so I’m hoping my poetry question suits what I’ve learnt (drama should definitely be okay).
why are you stressed?
Couldn’t you drive that? I mean not for like a day trip, but like long weekend? Or a train, or meet in the middle?
I’m not old enough to drive/don’t want to! (I’m 16 and the age to drive in the UK is 17. Plus it’d cost a lot.)
I will be getting the train down though in 29 days (!!!!) and it’ll take about 4 hours to 5 hours to get to her.