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I found it the most straight forward section. If I remember correctly I said that the statement was true to a limited extent.
 

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I went for something similar , i thought it was easier then hamlet but harder then FrankenRunner personally
 

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lol i thought frankenrunner was the most straight forward, hamlet being the hardest OUT of the 3 exams, they were all alright though. the only problem with 50th gate was, the related material, i didn't really link it to the question properly, caught me off guard :/
 

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The easiest question out of the three (EBB/Gatsby and Hamlet) but I didn't revise enough and forgot half of the quotes for my related. I agreed completely with the question.
 

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The easiest question out of the three (EBB/Gatsby and Hamlet) but I didn't revise enough and forgot half of the quotes for my related. I agreed completely with the question.
Ha! We do all the same modules but I agree it was the easiest of the three. I think hamlet was the hardest personally
 
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I found Fiftieth Gate the easiest...followed by FrankenRunner....and Hamlet just killed me...I wasn't prepared well for it anyway...and on top of that the question was hard...
 

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I agreed with it as well , also had the problem of forgetting alot of my related, i'm thinking thats were i will lose marks ... :S
 

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I found that this was kind of similar to a History Extension question.
I can hardly remember lol, but I basically wrote about how the motivations of the historian/composer determines the extent to which a representation is manipulated. Being a post modernist statement, I wrote about how Mark Baker was likely trying to 'tell it how it was', however his being a Jew and the history being told in often personal terms affects the extent to which it was manipulated to form the representation of the Holocaust that was 'The Fiftieth Gate'.
My other text was the HBO series 'Deadwood'... Nothing much was said about it.
 

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