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i need help with the relation between hamlet and the lion king.....please!

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i have my extended essay for next week and i don't now where to look for information and i even don't know how to start my extended essay.

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Did you choose a topic? First think of what you want to analyse from each of the books (or what you've seen its similar in both) and just then you can do research about your topic.

P.S. Remember that your thesis should be narrow and original.

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Yeah, it's easier if you go through both books and look for any similarities, whether it has to do with a theme or a symbol or a character or anything of that sort. Then just elaborate on your thesis and there you go.

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[url="http://www.google.ca/search?q=hamlet+lion+king&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US%3a%6ffficial&client=firefox-a"]http://www.google.ca/search?q=hamlet+lion+...lient=firefox-a[/url]

I recall reading something about The Lion King being copied off Kimba The White Lion which was inspired by Hamlet or something, so there should be tons of similarities.

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Well, I would suggest that you link Hamlet and Lion King with the fact that both of the books have the whole evil-uncle-killed-father-so-son-wants-to-avenge-his-death. The outcomes are obviously different because of the people that it was targeting. Focus on that, and I think it would be a very interesting EE.

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