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I have study two soaps, which are Eastenders and Neighbours for quite long time, and now I am going to compare those two soaps and find out the similarities and differences.

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GCSE English Coursework Media Soap opera For this assignment, I have study two soaps, which are Eastenders and Neighbours for quite long time, and now I am going to compare those two soaps and find out the similarities and differences. First, Eastenders, this soap is a British soap so it is willing to engage in social issues much more then, Neighbours, Australian soap also Eastenders is more dramatic than Neighbours. It has a lot more serious and controversial storylines where Neighbours is more cold hearted and less seriously. In the story, Eastenders has drug and teenage pregnancy, which is a big problem in Britain and this is reflected to modern world. and this is reflected in soap world with Coronation street, Brook side and Eastenders all including it in a storyline, each with a different outcome. ...read more.

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A feature of British soaps is that they act as a forum for raising important issues about 'actual' social problems, which explains why so many questions they were asking. This essay will compare and contrast the representation of women in two novels which is 'Great Expectations' by Charles Dickens which is a pre 1900's novel, written in 1860-61 and 'To Kill the Mockingbird' by Harper Lee written in 1960 and set between 1933-35. When looking at 'Great Expectation' and 'To kill a Mockingbird' I think there are many similarities and differences between the two. Both the authors have expressed their views through children's points of views; this is what makes them so similar. The novel, to kill the Mockingbird's main characters is Jem, Scout and Atticus. Atticus is Jem and Scout's father also a lawyer. ...read more.

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Great Expectations is set in early Victorian England, late eighteenth and early Nineteenth centuries. However this is a novel about a boy called Pip, and his journey through his life, from being a young boy to adulthood. He was a working class boy brought up harshly by his cruel sister after the death of his parents and after being sent to go and visit an intimidating and haunting woman, Miss Havisham. Miss Havisham's daughter, an ice maiden called Estella. Miss Havisham is a major character in the novel 'Great Expectations'. When she was young woman, her fianc� jilted her in her wedding and now she's being against all men. Her house is kept as on that wedding day, such as wedding dress, feast on her table and more. She, on purpose, raises Estella to be her revenge for example training her beautiful ward to break men's heart. Mrs. Dubose and ...read more.

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