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  1. Hey! So I'm starting a google docs document where students can all add analysis and important notes to the Part 3 works of English A. Reply if you want to be included in it! Please remember, if you are included, you should participate. Thank you!
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    PAPER 1 SAMPLES

    thank you so much! you're a lifesaver :)
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    PAPER 1 SAMPLES

    Does anyone know where i can find some paper 1 samples to practice analyzing? If you could leave a link that would be great
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    EE TOPIC ADVICE!!

    Thoughts of this topic for English EE? To what extent are C.S Lewis and James Matthew Barrie successful in rendering their child protagonists in The Magician's Nephew and Peter Pan sympathetic to adult readers? Any advice of how to tackle the topic, or thoughts on the topic in general would be much appreciated
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    EE Topic Advice

    Is it preferable to focus on one book or include multiple books in my extended essay?
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    Extended Essay help

    Would this, in your opinion, be a better suited topic: How did faith affect the character portrayal of Digory in C.S Lewis' "The Magician's Nephew"? (Since this topic is more broad, faith regarding religion could be one point mentioned in my body paragraphs.) POINT 1: Digory's faith in Aslan (How the characters reacted and felt towards Aslan is one of the most defining points for their characters) - He was able to appreciate his beauty and majesty, whereas people with conflicting characters (such as Uncle Andrew) were unable to do so. -Temptation vs. faith (Digory's faith in Aslan allowed him to pick just one fruit from the tree, when he was tempted to pick another.) * religious context can also be mentioned here. (For example, how Aslan symbolizes Jesus, the parallels between the forbidden fruit in the story and in Genesis, etc.) - Portrays Digory as a "good" character with a good sense of right and wrong, strong principles, and strong self- control. POINT 2: Digory's faith (or lack thereof) in other characters -Faith in Polly (which strengthened throughout the story, along with his loyalty towards her) -Lack of faith in Uncle Andrew - Portrays Digory as a character with good judgment. People must earn his faith, but once they do, Digory would go to great extents for them. POINT 3: Digory's faith in magic - Didn't question the magical abilities of Uncle Andrew's rings from the very beginning - Didn't question the magical healing abilities of the fruit Aslan gave him to give to his mother -Reminds the reader that Digory is a child, and as a child his creative thoughts have not been contained like other older characters (ex: Uncle Andrew.) He is a boy who is willing to accept the unaccepted, willing to believe the unbelievable. He does not believe that thinking "logically" means to think within a box Note that these points are just me brainstorming. I would love it if you could give me your thoughts on them, or any additional remarks I should be made aware of. Additionally, I feel like the question can be better paraphrased, do you have any suggestions?
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    Extended Essay help

    Is the following a good extended essay topic: To what extent did religion affect the portrayal of major characters and plot of C.S Lewis' 'The Magician's Nephew"? Is it too overwritten? Is it too broad? What are some key ideas i should mention? Thank you!
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