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Nick Hornby: How to be Good, Higher English Personal Study/Dissortation

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_sophie_ | 19:47 Fri 19th Mar 2010 | Arts & Literature
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Is 'How to be Good' by Nick Hornby a good book to do for Higher English Personal Study/Dissortation. What should I discuss in it (I was thinking of using a question which goes along the lines of 'Discuss a novel or short story in which a character reaches a crisis point and explain how the author uses this to enhance the plot' or something..)? I don't know how to start it off or how to make it good without re-telling the story in a paragraph because i have a really really bad habit of that!
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You would need to do a close reading of the text, identify some key points that you can use, then find another book that gives your discussion substance, then decide on a title. Don't think up a title and try to make the book work with it, do it the other way round.

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