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Author Topic: English Advanced Mod A Essay Help! (John Keats and Jane Campion)  (Read 565 times)

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KingTings

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Hey guys!

So I completed an essay for Mod A, and I have no clue on how it is.
I'm looking for ways to cut down, and find what is or isn't relevant.
All feedback is appreciated!

Thank you,
Kris
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Re: English Advanced Mod A Essay Help! (John Keats and Jane Campion)
« Reply #1 on: July 18, 2019, 12:41:45 pm »
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Hi Kris,
Forgive me if this isn't super helpful I'm also pretty new on these forums.

You have some stellar analysis of both your poetry and your film techniques but I'd follow up with your teacher (in case I'm wrong) regarding the reference to the conversation between the two texts. For example, the way I structured mine I had like a max of two quotes from the poem so I could explain exact what Keats was saying and in the same paragraph I would pick two or three scenes (with techniques) where I could see Campion respond to Keats's poem. And then I'd focus a fat chunk of 'explain' on the conversation and how this was influenced b their personal contexts.

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Re: English Advanced Mod A Essay Help! (John Keats and Jane Campion)
« Reply #2 on: July 19, 2019, 11:28:07 pm »
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Hi Kris,
Forgive me if this isn't super helpful I'm also pretty new on these forums.

You have some stellar analysis of both your poetry and your film techniques but I'd follow up with your teacher (in case I'm wrong) regarding the reference to the conversation between the two texts. For example, the way I structured mine I had like a max of two quotes from the poem so I could explain exact what Keats was saying and in the same paragraph I would pick two or three scenes (with techniques) where I could see Campion respond to Keats's poem. And then I'd focus a fat chunk of 'explain' on the conversation and how this was influenced b their personal contexts.
Thanks so much! Yea I felt as though I was lacking a bit of context and mentioning the resonances/dissonances.
I get kind of scared mixing two texts into one paragraph because it gets extremely chunky even though it makes for a much better discussion of the conversation.
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