I require a
second year A
level(A2)English Literature coursework essay to a
standard. I am studying in year/grade 13 in UK, so the essay should be of good standard.
My question title is:
"Compare how the writers use allegory to portray society in Lewis Carrolls 'Alice in Wonderland' and Shakespeares 'A Midsummer Nights Dream
The focus of the the essay is to compare and contrast what the wtiters show about society through the use of allegory between the two main books of Alice in Wonderland and A Midsummer Nights Dream
. The two main books are Alice in Wonderland and A Midsummer Nights Dream
, but you should reference a
few other books when making a
point if relevent. The question concerns society so should mention context of time.
Avoid talking about Marxism and Feminism!
The mark scheme is as follows:
Use appropriate critical vocabulary and technically fluent style/well structered and coherent argument.
Always relevant with very sharp focus on task and confidently ranging around texts
Explorate and analyse key features of form and structure with perceptive evaluation of how they shape meanings.
Explorate and analyse language with perceptive evaluation of how they shape meanings.
Detailed and perceptive undertsanding of issues raised in connecting texts.
perceptive considerataion of different interpretations of texts with sharp evaluation of their strenghts and weaknesses and with excellent selection of supportive references.
Excellent understanding of contexts of reception with detailed links between context/text/task.
Excellent understanding of possible contexts of production with detailed links between contexts/text/task.
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Carroll, L. (1865). Alice's Adventures In Wonderland. The Barta Press.
Empson, W. (1983). Alice in Wonderland: The Child as Swain. Literature and Psychoanalysis.
Kincaid, J.R. (1973). Alice's Invasion of Wonderland. Modern Language Association.
Olson, P. (1957). A Midsummer Night's Dream and the Meaning of Court Marriage. The Johns Hopkins University Press.
Shakespeare, W. (1596). A Midsummer Night's Dream. Harvard College Library.