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    Consider the significances of innocence in Part One of Atonement.

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    Analysis of the opening chapter of 'Atonement'

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    To what extent is Dracula a conventional Gothic protagonist

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    English Literature - Atonement (Essay 2)

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    To what extent can 'The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde' be viewed as a 'gothic novel'

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    How does McEwan capture a sense of desperation in Part 2 of 'Atonement'?

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