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help please!!


hey! erm... anything about the actual content?

ok thanks!

this increases fluidity in your essay, and reinforces the points that you are making. when you read these and reply, i'll go into detail about the actual content (i don't want to write loads if you're never going to see it haha)

  1. a point about Jekyll, then contrast this point with one from Macbeth. don't carry on writing about Jekyll, but be sure to compare & contrast the two of them effectively.

hi there mate. first, i'd just like to suggest a point about the way in which you intend to structure your essay. Although it might seem logical and frankly, much easier, to order it into Macbeth & Jekyll, it's much more effective to do it as follows:

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