AQA Love through the ages Drama wider reading

I have included quotes, book titles and author names and detailed analysis as well as splitting the different quotes in the different themes of love

You have the main theme of love, link the given extract to your wider reading through themes of love (eg. Passion) this makes it easier t understand the extracts. I did this and recieved a B in the exam

Make sure to practice within the time limit (2hrs 30min) as time is very tight so you need to get used to it

Good luck

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Transgressive Love
Tis pity she's a whore ­ John Ford
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After being away from home for a while Giovanni, falls in love with his sister
Annabella. She is persuaded to requite his love by her nanny.
Annabella receives many suitors but her father tells her…

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Tis pity she's a whore ­ John Ford
I am lost; my fates have doomed my death

Spiritually Giovani is lost as the quotes serve a metaphorical purpose, for his passion for Annabella
has morally blinded him, yet he hides his passion under the veil of fate…

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Romantic Love/ Marital Love
Othello ­Shakespeare

She loved me for the dangers I had passed, and I loved her that she did pity them

The romantic love stems from Desdemona's ability to sympathise and overall be a friend to Othello as
if her love soothes the physiological…

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Friendship
Othello ­Shakespeare

She loved me for the dangers I had passed, and I loved her that she did pity them

This makes it slightly easier to empathise with Othello's murder of Desdemona, for he instilled great
trust in her as he revealed his inner most thoughts…

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