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Hi! I'm Emma and I'm studying English at Cambridge University! I am selling my old A Level English and Religious Studies essays. I got A*s in both! :) I'm offering single essays, or bundles of essays grouped by theme which are cheaper! Hope I can be of help to your studies! :)

Hi! I'm Emma and I'm studying English at Cambridge University! I am selling my old A Level English and Religious Studies essays. I got A*s in both! :) I'm offering single essays, or bundles of essays grouped by theme which are cheaper! Hope I can be of help to your studies! :)
A* Genetics & Unseen Essay (Love)
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A* Genetics & Unseen Essay (Love)

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A* A Level English literature essay Title: Read ‘Genetics’ by Sinead Morrissey and ‘An Arundel Tomb’ by Phillip Larkin. Compare the methods both poets use to explore the theme of love.
A* A Level King Lear Essays
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A* A Level King Lear Essays

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In this bundle are two A* essays on King Lear! Title: Explore the role of madness in King Lear. You must include relevant contextual factors. Title: Explore the role of women in King Lear. You must include relevant contextual factors.
A* Hard Times and Atonement Essays
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A* Hard Times and Atonement Essays

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Included in this bundle are two Hard Times and Atonement comparison essays! Title: Explore the ways McEwan and Dickens present entrapment in Hard Times and Atonement. Title: Explore the ways McEwan and Dickens present changing worlds in Hard Times and Atonement.
A* A Level Romantic Poetry Essays
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A* A Level Romantic Poetry Essays

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Included in this bundle are two A* Romantic poetry essays! Title: Explore the presentation of nature in Ode to the West Wind by Shelley and Ode to a Nightingale by Keats. You must include relevant contextual factors in your answer. Title: Explore the presentation of destruction in Ode to the West Wind by Shelley and The Tyger by Blake. You must include relevant contextual factors in your answer.
A* Kantian Ethics Essay
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A* Kantian Ethics Essay

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A* Full marks Kantian Ethics philosophy essay. Title: “Kantian Ethics is too focussed on reason to be practical in all situations.” Discuss.
A* Streetcar Named Desire Essay (Tragedy)
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A* Streetcar Named Desire Essay (Tragedy)

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A* A Level English literature essay Title: To what extent is A Streetcar Named Desire a tragedy? An existential look at the tragedy of female relationships (particularly between Blanche and Stella) with the support of scholars such as Simone de Beauvoir.
A* Plato Essay
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A* Plato Essay

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A* Full marks A Level Plato philosophy essay. Title: “Plato doesn’t value experience enough.” Discuss.
A* A Level Streetcar Named Desire Essay (Tragedy)
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A* A Level Streetcar Named Desire Essay (Tragedy)

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Essay title: To what extent is a Streetcar Named Desire a Tragedy? An existential look on the tragedy of female relationships formed in Streetcar, specifically between Blanche and Stella, including scholars like Simone de Beauvoir. Received A*.
A* Hard Times & Atonement (Changing Worlds)
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A* Hard Times & Atonement (Changing Worlds)

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A* A Level English literature essay Title: Compare how Dickens and McEwan present changing worlds in Hard Times and Atonement. Specifically using settings and character comparisons to dissect the class struggles presented in either text, using scholars like Karl Marx to support arguments made.
A* Full Marks Bloody Chamber & The Monk Coursework
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A* Full Marks Bloody Chamber & The Monk Coursework

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A* A Level English Literature coursework Title: With reference to wider reading and relevant contextual factors, explore how Carter and Lewis use symbols of innocence to explore the fetishisation of purity in The Bloody Chamber and The Monk.
A* Shelley & Keats Essay (Nature)
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A* Shelley & Keats Essay (Nature)

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A* A Level English literature essay Title: Explore the presentation of nature in Ode to the West Wind by Shelley and Ode to a Nightingale by Keats. You must include relevant contextual factors in your answer. A look at the differing religious views related in Ode to the West Wind and Ode on a Nightingale due to differing presentations of nature.
A* King Lear Essay (Madness)
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A* King Lear Essay (Madness)

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A* A Level English Literature essay Essay title: Explore madness in King Lear. You must include relevant contextual factors. A look at the meta-textual use of madness in King Lear using scholars such as Robert Worral. Written in time conditions.
7 x A* A Level Modern Poetry Essays
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7 x A* A Level Modern Poetry Essays

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In this bundle are 7 modern poetry essays! 6 are comparisons between the Edexcel specification poems and unseens, and one comparison between specification poems. Save 15% buying all of them together! Essays included: Chainsaw Versus the Pampas Grass and unseen on nature An Easy Passage and unseen on growing up Effects and unseen on the past Genetics and unseen on love Giuseppe and unseen on death Ode on a Grayson Perry Urn unseen on society From the Journal of a Disappointed Man and An Easy Passage on gender