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CAPE Unit 1 Literatures in English June 2016 P2

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  TEST CODE   02132020FORM TP 2016241 MAY/JUNE 2016 C A R I B B E A N E X A M I N A T I O N S C O U N C I LCARIBBEAN ADVANCED PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION ® LITERATURES IN ENGLISHUNIT 1 – Paper 02 3 hours READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.  1. This paper consists of THREE sections: A, B and C. 2. Section A has FOUR questions. 3. Section B has TWO questions and Section C has TWO questions. 4. Answer THREE questions, ONE from EACH section. 5. You are advised to take some time to read through the paper and plan your answers.  DO NOT TURN THIS PAGE UNTIL YOU ARE TOLD TO DO SO. Copyright © 2014 Caribbean Examinations Council.All rights reserved.02132020/CAPE 2016 20 MAY 2016 (p.m.)  - 2 -GO ON TO THE NEXT PAGE02132020/CAPE 2016 SECTION AMODULE 1 — DRAMASHAKESPEARE – COMEDIES AND HISTORIESAnswer ONE question from this section.EITHER 1.  “The theatrical appeal of Twelfth Night or What You Will   depends primarily on Shakespeare’s skilful use of props.” Discuss the extent to which this is a fair assessment of Twelfth Night or What You Will  . Total 40 marksOR 2.  “The dramatic appeal of the play relies primarily on Shakespeare’s use of revelry and laughter.” Discuss the extent to which you agree with this assessment of Twelfth Night or What You Will.   Total 40 marksOR 3.  “In  Richard III  , Shakespeare uses his dramatic craft primarily to explore the nature of kingship.” Discuss the validity of this assessment of  Richard III  .  Total 40 marksOR 4.  “Much of the dramatic impact of  Richard III   relies on the playwright’s use of contrast.” Discuss the extent to which this is a fair assessment of  Richard III  . Total 40 marks  SECTION BMODULE 2 — POETRYBRITISH, AMERICAN, AND POSTCOLONIALAnswer ONE question from this section.EITHER 5.  “To be memorable, the language of poetry must challenge the reader.” With reference to at least THREE poems by ONE British, American OR Postcolonial poet whom you have studied, discuss the validity of this statement. Total 40 marksOR 6.  “It is the unconventional poet who makes an impact on the reader.” With reference to at least THREE poems by ONE British, American OR Postcolonial poet whom you have studied, discuss the validity of this statement. Total 40 marksSECTION CMODULE 3 — PROSE FICTIONCARIBBEAN AND BRITISH, AMERICAN, AND POSTCOLONIALAnswer ONE question from this section.EITHER 7.  “Characterization is the most important element of prose fiction.” With reference to ONE Caribbean AND ONE British, American OR Postcolonial work of fiction that you have studied, discuss the extent to which you agree with this statement.  Total 40 marksOR 8.  “In their exploration of social conflict, writers depend primarily on the use of setting.” With reference to ONE Caribbean AND ONE British, American OR Postcolonial work of fiction that you have studied, discuss the validity of this statement. Total 40 marksEND OF TESTIF YOU FINISH BEFORE TIME IS CALLED, CHECK YOUR WORK ON THIS TEST.The Council has made every effort to trace copyright holders. However, if any have been inadvertently overlooked, or any material has been incorrectly acknowledged, CXC will be pleased to correct this at the earliest opportunity.  - 3 -02132020/CAPE 2016
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