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Hi, so at my school we just started the EE and we need to decide on a topic by next week. I really want to do a literature EE regarding Edgar Allan Poe's works, but apart from that I'm not sure what to focus on (I don't want to talk about all of them, just a few). Do literature EEs typically compare two subjects or ideas, or are they formatted a different way? And do you think an EE on some of Poe's writings has potential to be a good topic, or should I scrap that idea?

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Hi, so at my school we just started the EE and we need to decide on a topic by next week. I really want to do a literature EE regarding Edgar Allan Poe's works, but apart from that I'm not sure what to focus on (I don't want to talk about all of them, just a few). Do literature EEs typically compare two subjects or ideas, or are they formatted a different way? And do you think an EE on some of Poe's writings has potential to be a good topic, or should I scrap that idea?

I think your idea sounds great!

From what I've heard, most people compare two different works done by the same writer and talk about how they correlate to each other. But by all means you don't have to follow what most students have done. Don't be afraid to do something different with your EE! :D

I hope this helps! :)

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Hi, so at my school we just started the EE and we need to decide on a topic by next week. I really want to do a literature EE regarding Edgar Allan Poe's works, but apart from that I'm not sure what to focus on (I don't want to talk about all of them, just a few). Do literature EEs typically compare two subjects or ideas, or are they formatted a different way? And do you think an EE on some of Poe's writings has potential to be a good topic, or should I scrap that idea?

I think your idea sounds great!

From what I've heard, most people compare two different works done by the same writer and talk about how they correlate to each other. But by all means you don't have to follow what most students have done. Don't be afraid to do something different with your EE! :D

I hope this helps! :)

Thanks! I was thinking of interpreting his works through a feminist point of view, do you think there will be enough information on that topic?

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Hi, so at my school we just started the EE and we need to decide on a topic by next week. I really want to do a literature EE regarding Edgar Allan Poe's works, but apart from that I'm not sure what to focus on (I don't want to talk about all of them, just a few). Do literature EEs typically compare two subjects or ideas, or are they formatted a different way? And do you think an EE on some of Poe's writings has potential to be a good topic, or should I scrap that idea?

I think your idea sounds great!

From what I've heard, most people compare two different works done by the same writer and talk about how they correlate to each other. But by all means you don't have to follow what most students have done. Don't be afraid to do something different with your EE! :D

I hope this helps! :)

Thanks! I was thinking of interpreting his works through a feminist point of view, do you think there will be enough information on that topic?

I'm actually not that familiar with his works, so I can't say. :(

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