Sqa Advanced Higher Classical Studies Dissertation
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Advanced Higher English - Project-dissertation
|Candidate 1 (comparative analysis of vengeance in Euripides and Sophocles)||Script||Commentary|
|Candidate 2 (Eliot and existentialism in The Four Quartets)||Script||Commentary|
|Candidate 3 (a critical analysis of the theme of seeing clearly in Jane Austen)||Script||Commentary|
|Candidate 4 (the Byronic hero in Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights)||Script||Commentary|
|Candidate 5 (free will and choice in Trainspotting and A Clockwork Orange)||Script||Commentary|
|Candidate 6 (the varying moods of Sylvia Plath in her poetry)||Script||Commentary|
|Candidate 7 (female emancipation in The Color Purple and Beloved)||Script||Commentary|
|Candidate 8 (the theme of growing up in The Cement Garden and Atonement)||Script||Commentary|
|Candidate 9 (religion, belief and worship in Small Gods and American Gods)||Script||Commentary|
|NEW Candidate 10 (Orwell's portrayal of social injustices in fiction and non-fiction)||Script||Commentary|
|NEW Candidate 11 (the influence of Catholicism on relationships in Brideshead Revisited)||Script||Commentary|