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Belonging Essay - Shakespeare and Winton

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As You Like it and Big World essay for the preliminary belonging module, exploring literary techniques and their effects on the reader.

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Fiction Literature British films Humanities Love stories Rosalind As You Like It Celia Orlando Irony Romance Ganymede William Shakespeare
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Fiction Literature British films Humanities Love stories Rosalind As You Like It Celia Orlando Irony Romance Ganymede William Shakespeare
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To what extent do the texts you have studies support this idea Shakespeare and Winton seek to engage the audience with in depth ideas and innovative use of language techniques relating to the idea of belonging and its crucial relationship to both people and place. William Shakespeare established these connections especially well in his play As You Like It. Within Shakespeares work and also Tim Wintons short story mBig worldn the reader witnesses the characters and their strong affiliation towards each other along with the themes of both companionship and detachment. It is also evident that an individuals complex relationship to an environment or place has been explored immensely within both these texts, again providing a strong link back to both the connection of the individuals to a place and the isolated feeling that can also be ...
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