Practising Paper 1: Prose (fiction)

IB English A Literature: Practising Paper 1:  Prose (fiction)

In many respects, of course, working with an unseen prose text requires very much the same skills demanded by a poem. However, it may well be that certain elements come to the foreground more quickly than they might with a poem, and equally, features that we typically associate with poetry are often less prominent. It may well be the case, for instance, that sound, rhythm and aspects of formal structure such as lineation...

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