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English A Literature EE - Criterion D

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I'm just finalising my English A Literature Extended Essay on the use of Death as narrator in The Book Thief and I was checking the grading criteria.


I'm pretty sure I've done everything.  The only thing I don't understand is how to accomplish 4 points on criterion D.  How can you "clearly and precisely locate the investigation in an academic context"?  What exactly does this even mean?


If anyone knows I would be so grateful as I'm really lost on this one!




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Quoting from the EE assessment criteria: "To obtain a level 4, it would sufficient to relate the investigation to the principle lines of inquiry in the relevant field; detailed, comprehensive knowledge is not required. 

So, basically the goal is to show that you understand the stuff you are writing about in an academic setting. 

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