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  1. Political, Historica, Socio-cultural Context-A Doll's House.docx

    Political, Historica, Socio-cultural Context-A Doll's House.docx
  2. Foil Characters.docx

    Foil Characters.docx
  3. PART 3- A Dolls House-TEXT analysis (1).docx

    PART 3- A Dolls House-TEXT analysis (1).docx
  4. a_dolls_house.pdf

    Multifaceted analytical points for ADH.
  5. Doll's House Motifs.docx

    Doll's House Motifs
  6. FW__RE__Symbols_&_Motifs_in_'A_Doll's_House' (2).zip

    File with notes on symbols and motifs in A Doll's House.
  7. Summary of The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka

    I read this book for my Portuguese A Lang & Lit course, and translated it to English in case someone needs it. This is a summary of the book but targeted at people doing Paper 2 on it (I put some citations, important scenes and comments about the context which may be useful). Of course, since I didn't originally read this in English, you can add your own quotes that you think are important and stuff. 
    Also, it's important to consider that you lose things with translations. If you read The Metamorphosis in anything but German, keep in mind that some words might not be the exact translation, and the original meaning of this could be lost. Depending on the question you get, that might be interesting to talk about on Paper 2.
  8. Written Task for Streetcar named desire - Extra scene

    My grade for the WT is 16/20 since my rationale was not well explained
    but the point is that I used Teneessee William's linguistic style properly.
    Even though English is my second Language :3
  9. English A LL FOA

    My FOA for English A Lang Lit to give you ideas. I got a 7 on it with 1point from full marks.
  10. English Syllabus (Language and Literature)

    English syllabus 2016.
  11. FOA: Sexual Assault and Honor Killings (7/7 IB scale, 97%)

    This is my FOA about sexual assault and honor killings. I got a 7 on the IB scale and a 97%. Enjoy!
  12. Ode to the West Wind Commentary

    A commentary based on the first canto of Ode to the West Wind by Percy Bysshe Shelley
  13. Written Task HL English Language and Literature 20/20

    some spelling mistakes were corrected in a later version, however, nothing else was changed.
  14. Persepolis notes

    These notes may help for anyone who has Persepolis as a prescribed novel for Paper 2.
  15. IOC Notes - The Things They Carried

    The highlighted titles are what I believe (and what my teacher noted) were the main stories. 
  16. Purple Hibiscus notes

    These notes may help for anyone who has Purple Hibiscus as a prescribed novel for Paper 2.
  17. John Keats notes

    Notes on a few of John Keats' poems for the Individual Oral Commentary.
  18. English A Language and Literature Help Guide by students

    This is a file created by former IB students who achieved exceptional scores in IB. This guide provides you with the fundamentals of English A Language and Literature course and how to answer each paper.
  19. Streetcar - How does Tennessee Williams present Blanche in the opening scenes of the play?

    hi!! so this was just a practice essay we did (no time limit or anything). it's supposed to be like a paper 2 for Eng Langlit (I take HL), but its not quite the kind of question you'd get in the exam (you have to compare at least 2 of the texts studied). so, I guess its just a revision essay. our teacher still graded it as if it were an exam answer, though.
    this gets just about a level 7, however my teacher noted that "there are several key points missing here, e.g. how Blanche tells lots of small lies, and why; how she tells the truth about deep issues; her past pain - watching relatives die, choosing desire; about Allan's death" ... and that I should "refer more to individual scenes to anchor your quotes" (I didn't quote the page / scene number for each quote). 
  20. Dog in IB LITERATURe

    This is a dog in IB literature
     
  21. Hamlet | Feminist Theories and Ophelia

    This document provides a concise study guide, great for use in your IOCs, with an abundance of feminist readings of the character of Ophelia in Shakespeare's Hamlet. A range of perspectives are shared, including that of prominent literary critics and psychologists such as Jaques Lacan.
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