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Section A – Reading as a writer Charlotte Brontë: Jane Eyre F Scott Fitzgerald: The Great Gatsby Chinua Achebe: Things Fall Apart Arundhati Roy: The God of Small Things Ian McEwan: Atonement ... Jhumpa Lahiri: The Namesake Choose one of the following two questions and answer in relation to the text that you have studied. You should spend about 1 hour on this section. Either 1 How does the writer of your text make use of any one important character in shaping the narrative? You should range across the text to explore how your chosen character is used to shape the narrative, the function they play in the novel as a whole, and the broader generic context. [32] Or 2 In what ways does the writer of your text make lexical choices? You should range across the text to explore how lexical choices contribute to narrative effect, the function that different registers play in the novel as a whole, and the broader generic conte [Show More]

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