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    Question What should I do?

    This is probably a dumb question but I received my novel (Great Gatsby) to read over the holidays in preparation for my Module A - Intertextual Perspectives but I realised that I don’t know anything about this module lol
    Ideally I’d like to read the novel and write notes according to the rubric/module but I literally have no idea what this module is about because we weren’t given anything before end of year except for the novel...
    Should I just read normally, writing key points kinda like diary type style on the characters of the novel or should I learn the rubric and module myself, then read the novel and write notes that relate to the module?
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    Re: What should I do?

    research it online
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    Re: What should I do?

    I would recommend knowing what the Module is about first before reading the novel. I guess this allows you to actively search for any good quotes or techniques related to the Module when you're reading it.
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