SUBJECT AREA English Language
DOCUMENT TYPE Speech / Presentation
CREATED ON 6th June 2016
COMPLETED ON 11th June 2016
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Presentation/conference proposal about Tess of The D'urbervilles

Tess of The D'urberville by Thomas Hardy Do: a close reading of a specific aspect of a recurring theme in the text. or a close reading of a scene/section/paragraph in context of the wider narrative, in terms of stylistics or formal qualities. or a counter-argument to a critical interpretation of one aspect of the text.
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