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I'm hoping this one is the easiest exam because I've left revising for the day before, clever me. Here's a few draft paragraphs that I think I'll include in my exam.
poems i'm comparing it with are: My last Duchess, Sonnet 116 and human interest. Short incomplete draft. Although you can take ideas, do not plagiarise my work. This is straight out of my head, no planning beforehand besides general planning for the Exam itself. Only half done so far, much more...
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a fictitious event in which Miss Havisham leaves her room to find her runaway groom.
Did you ever wonder how Ms Havisham become so bitter? The story of Ms Havisham's romance from the beginning to the tragic end.
This is a poem I wrote back in 2007 during my GCSE's. It's based on the character of Miss Havisham from Charles Dickens' 'Great Expectations'.