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    I'm studying this. How would this poem relate to...

    I'm studying this. How would this poem relate to any of the following themes?
    - Ideas of progress; Industry and Empire
    - The position of women in Victorian society
    - Social problems; urban poverty...
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    Oh alright. Thanks for the help :)

    Oh alright. Thanks for the help :)
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    Wasn't Hardy agnostic?

    Wasn't Hardy agnostic?
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    Thank you. I'm not sure about which novels would...

    Thank you. I'm not sure about which novels would fit into evolving attitudes (culture, religion and science) though?
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    Do you have a specific example in mind? :)

    Do you have a specific example in mind? :)
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    AS English Literature Exam

    There are 4 areas my wider reading is meant to focus on (that my teacher has given):
    Progress - Industry and Empire
    Position of Women
    Social Problems - urban poverty and the working class...
  7. Comparative piece of "A Doll's House" and "Murder In The Red Barn"

    Hi. I have created this question for the comparative piece for English Literature, it is as follows:

    [Compare and contrast Ibsen and Maria's presentation of relationships between men and women in...
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    Ciao!

    Hi. I came onto this forum in search of some Jane Austen discussion and registered myself as a consequence. I'm studying my AS subjects in English Literature, Physics, Economics, History and Maths...
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    Sticky: Hi. *Glances around* I'm new as of today :D

    Hi. *Glances around* I'm new as of today :D
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    Poll: I speak several languages such as Arabic, Somali,...

    I speak several languages such as Arabic, Somali, English, Dutch and Italian. However my mothertongue is Somali.
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    Oh gosh! You've just summed it all up for me. I...

    Oh gosh! You've just summed it all up for me. I found him insufferable at the beginning but as the novel developed I started to take a liking to him. Now that I've read Jane Eyre, Mr. Rochester in...
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    I've only joined today, besides that I've already read all of those Jane Austen books mentioned. Is that cheating? :p
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    I love Emma. I have both the book and the BBC...

    I love Emma. I have both the book and the BBC adaptation at home. As the book developed I warmed to her character a lot more. As for those role models you've mentioned, I as a teenage girl most...
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    I watched it, despite some of its faults. The...

    I watched it, despite some of its faults. The cast were fantastic, and the BBC did not disappoint me too much with this adaptation. The finishing somewhat dismayed me. I'm currently assigned an essay...
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