A2 English Literature Coursework Comparison Of Republican

 
  1. hey, urm completely new to this, don't know at all how it works and if anyone will even reply but just needed some advise. I've read a lot of comments on here before and they've been super helpful so thought I'd sign up, anyway...
    So I'm doing AQA Lit B and I have to compare any two novels of my choice and I've spent the whole week trying to even come up with some ideas, I'm so undecided. I have eventually narrowed it down to The Bell jar but I'm completely stuck on whether it's best to compare this to One flew over the Cuckoo's nest or The Yellow Wallpaper?? I've not actually read any of these books yet so any advise or ideas I don't know would be great. Sorry for the long-winded question really don't know what I'm doing but would really really appreciate anyone taking the time to respond or even let me know which books they're doing/did x

  2. Heya, welcome!

    I'm going to put this in the English forum for you as you should get more responses there.

    You should also check out the forum to see if there's any other threads there which might be helpful to you! http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/forumdisplay.php?f=82
    (Original post by bethfaye)
    hey, urm completely new to this, don't know at all how it works and if anyone will even reply but just needed some advise. I've read a lot of comments on here before and they've been super helpful so thought I'd sign up, anyway...
    So I'm doing AQA Lit B and I have to compare any two novels of my choice and I've spent the whole week trying to even come up with some ideas, I'm so undecided. I have eventually narrowed it down to The Bell jar but I'm completely stuck on whether it's best to compare this to One flew over the Cuckoo's nest or The Yellow Wallpaper?? I've not actually read any of these books yet so any advise or ideas I don't know would be great. Sorry for the long-winded question really don't know what I'm doing but would really really appreciate anyone taking the time to respond or even let me know which books they're doing/did x

  3. I would certainly recommend doing the Bell Jar, its amazing. I havent read the other two books you mentioned but i can tell you that the catcher in the rye would work very well with the Bell Jar as both novels share similar themes and settings.
    (Original post by bethfaye)
    hey, urm completely new to this, don't know at all how it works and if anyone will even reply but just needed some advise. I've read a lot of comments on here before and they've been super helpful so thought I'd sign up, anyway...
    So I'm doing AQA Lit B and I have to compare any two novels of my choice and I've spent the whole week trying to even come up with some ideas, I'm so undecided. I have eventually narrowed it down to The Bell jar but I'm completely stuck on whether it's best to compare this to One flew over the Cuckoo's nest or The Yellow Wallpaper?? I've not actually read any of these books yet so any advise or ideas I don't know would be great. Sorry for the long-winded question really don't know what I'm doing but would really really appreciate anyone taking the time to respond or even let me know which books they're doing/did x

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