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Jane Eyre is a highly cited Victorian Romantic novel. At its core, this is a story of a woman yearning for more than what traditional society would allow her to have. Not only is it well known, it’s more relevant today due to the recent push for social equity for women.
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The following literary works appear on the College Board’s most frequently cited list and were published after WWI. These titles can be useful references to this time period in particular.
Above all else, Heart of Darkness effectively explores and answers questions about morality and how the ambiguity of right and wrong can justify actions. Keep this in mind.
AP English Literature is one of the most popular Advanced Placement courses. The exam covers important literary works from a range of genres, periods and cultures.
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Moby Dick is universally accepted as an expansive, masterful work of fiction. However, Melville himself described this novel as a meditation on America. Read key portions of this text at least and gain an understanding of Melville’s particular use of symbolism. There are many pertinent symbols that may appear on the AP English Literature exam.
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Previously Secure Exam Now Publicly Available
The 7567 AP English Literature Exam that was previously available only through your AP Course Audit account is now available below. This means you can now use the questions from this older exam without restriction.
Medea contains some feminist undertones, a revolutionary occurrence for the time. Medea wants to take control of her own life in a patriarchal society, a task that drives her to the extreme of committing murder. Furthermore, the structure of the play as it was actually performed could be of interest to you. In every scene, the only actors are Medea and someone else.
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