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QCE Literature Textual Analysis Thread
« on: January 04, 2020, 11:00:29 pm »

What is this thread for?
This is where Queenslanders can bounce ideas off of each other and share their respective understandings of the prescribed texts for literature. Please keep in mind that some of the QCE prescribed texts are also used in Victoria and New South Wales, so the links to the discussion threads for those particular texts will be used across Australia - meaning that some information being discussed by users in other states may not be relevant to your assessment tasks. Please use your discretion.

Who can/will answer questions?
Everyone is welcome to contribute; even if you're unsure of yourself, providing different perspectives is incredibly valuable.

Please don't be dissuaded by the fact that you haven't finished Year 12, or didn't score as highly as others, or your advice contradicts something else you've seen on this thread, or whatever; none of this disqualifies you from helping others. And if you're worried you do have some sort of misconception, put it out there and someone else can clarify and modify your understanding! 

There'll be a whole bunch of other high-scoring students with their own wealths of wisdom to share with you, so you may even get multiple answers from different people offering their insights - very cool.

QCE-Exclusive Prescribed Text Discussion Threads:
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None as of right now :) please feel free to check this space later for any updates

Shared Prescribed Texts Discussion Threads
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- The Tempest — William Shakespeare
- Twelfth Night — William Shakespeare
- A Doll’s House — Henrik Ibsen
- Wit — Margaret Edson
- Poems by TS Eliot
- Rainbow’s End — Jane Harrison
- Things Fall Apart — Chinua Achebe
- The Leopard — Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa
- Mrs Dalloway — Virginia Woolf
- In Cold Blood — Truman Capote
- Heart of Darkness — Joseph Conrad

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