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Preliminary English Advanced AOS: Journeys Essay/Speech (Ted Hughes - Fulbright Scholars, Lord Alfred Tennyson - The Lady of Shallot, & Tracks)

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Concise essay using extensive technique analysis to support the thesis that: Journeys create challenges & challenges always create change. Texts used: 1. Fulbright Scholars - Ted Hughes 2. Tracks (Movie) 3. The Lady of Shallot - Lord Alfred Tennyson I received 19/20 marks.

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Journeys always create challenges & challenges always create change, which is evident through the journey shown in Tracks directed by John Curran, proven in Ted Hughes’ Fulbright Scholars & reinforced by the tale of The Lady of Shalott by Lord. Alfred Tennyson. Regardless, the type of journey each one will see us transformed by the experience. Reflective journeys can taint memories with the knowledge of the future and bring about unexpected life lessons. Throughout Fulbright scholars we see how the power of hindsight and reflection can challenge our beliefs. Hughes has had years to digest the truth about his wife which is evident in his usage of rhetorical questions: “Where was it, in the strand ” & “With their luggage ” They show us how much time has passed and help to enforce his doubts about even the smallest detail, how could he be positive about what happen...
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