2011 HSC Examination English Advanced Paper 2

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Section I Module A Comparative Study of Texts and Context. Attempt either Question 1 or Question 2,Allow about 40 minutes for this section. Answer the question in a writing booklet Extra writing booklets are available. In your answer you will be assessed on how well you. demonstrate understanding of the meanings of a pair of texts when considered. evaluate the relationships between texts and contexts. organise develop and express ideas using language appropriate to audience purpose. Question 1 Elective 1 Exploring Connections 20 marks. a Shakespearean Drama and Film, In what ways does a comparative study accentuate the distinctive contexts of. King Richard III and Looking for Richard,The prescribed texts are. William Shakespeare King Richard III and,Al Pacino Looking for Richard. Question 1 continues on page 3,Question 1 continued.
b Prose Fiction and Poetry, In what ways does a comparative study accentuate the distinctive contexts of The Aunt s. Story and Dobson s poetry,The prescribed texts are. Patrick White The Aunt s Story and,Rosemary Dobson Selected Poems. Young Girl at a Window,Chance Met,Landscape in Italy. Azay Le Rideau,The Rape of Europa,Primitive Painters.
c Prose Fiction and Nonfiction, In what ways does a comparative study accentuate the distinctive contexts of Pride and. Prejudice and Letters to Alice on first reading Jane Austen. The prescribed texts are,Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice and. Fay Weldon Letters to Alice on First Reading Jane Austen. Question 1 continues on page 4, In your answer you will be assessed on how well you. demonstrate understanding of the meanings of a pair of texts when considered. evaluate the relationships between texts and contexts. organise develop and express ideas using language appropriate to audience purpose. Question 1 continued,d Poetry and Drama, In what ways does a comparative study accentuate the distinctive contexts of Donne s. poetry and W t,The prescribed texts are,John Donne Selected Poetry.
Death be not proud,This is my playes last scene,At the round earths imagin d corners. If poysonous mineralls,Hymne to God my God in my sicknesse. A Valediction forbidding mourning,The Apparition,The Relique. The Sunne Rising and,Margaret Edson W t,End of Question 1. Question 2 Elective 2 Texts in Time 20 marks,a Prose Fiction and Film.
In what ways does a comparative study accentuate the distinctive contexts of. Frankenstein and Blade Runner,The prescribed texts are. Mary Shelley Frankenstein and, Ridley Scott Blade Runner Director s Cut or Final Cut. b Prose Fiction and Poetry, In what ways does a comparative study accentuate the distinctive contexts of The Great. Gatsby and Elizabeth Barrett Browning s poetry,The prescribed texts are. F Scott Fitzgerald The Great Gatsby and, Elizabeth Barrett Browning Aurora Leigh and Other Poems.
Sonnets I XIII XIV XXI XXII XXVIII XXXII XLIII,c Drama and Nonfiction. In what ways does a comparative study accentuate the distinctive contexts of Who s. Afraid of Virginia Woolf and A Room of One s Own,The prescribed texts are. Edward Albee Who s Afraid of Virginia Woolf and,Virginia Woolf A Room of One s Own. Section II Module B Critical Study of Texts,Attempt ONE question from Questions 3 9. Allow about 40 minutes for this section, Answer the question in a SEPARATE writing booklet Extra writing booklets are available.
In your answer you will be assessed on how well you. demonstrate an informed understanding of the ideas expressed in the text. evaluate the text s language content and construction. organise develop and express ideas using language appropriate to audience purpose. Question 3 Shakespearean Drama William Shakespeare Hamlet 20 marks. FORTINBRAS Let four captains,Bear Hamlet like a soldier to the stage 375. For he was likely had he been put on,To have proved most royal and for his passage. The soldier s music and the rite of war,Speak loudly for him. Take up the bodies Such a sight as this,Becomes the field but here shows much amiss. Go bid the soldiers shoot, Exeunt marching after the which a peal of ordnance are shot off.
From Hamlet William Shakespeare,William Shakespeare and Philip Edwards Hamlet. Prince of Denmark 2nd Edition 2003, Reproduced with permission of Cambridge University Press. In the context of your critical study to what extent does your response to the closing scenes of. Hamlet inform your judgement of this play as a whole. In your response make detailed reference to Hamlet. Question 4 Prose Fiction 20 marks,a Michael Ondaatje In the Skin of a Lion. Awaiting copyright,From In the Skin of a Lion Michael Ondaatje. In the context of your critical study to what extent does your response to the closing. scenes of In the Skin of a Lion inform your judgement of this novel as a whole. In your response make detailed reference to In the Skin of a Lion. Question 4 continues on page 8, In your answer you will be assessed on how well you.
demonstrate an informed understanding of the ideas expressed in the text. evaluate the text s language content and construction. organise develop and express ideas using language appropriate to audience purpose. Question 4 continued,b Tim Winton Cloudstreet,Awaiting copyright. From Cloudstreet Tim Winton, In the context of your critical study to what extent does your response to the closing. scenes of Cloudstreet inform your judgement of this novel as a whole. In your response make detailed reference to Cloudstreet. Question 4 continues on page 9,Question 4 continued. c Gail Jones Sixty Lights,Awaiting copyright,From Sixty Lights Gail Jones. In the context of your critical study to what extent does your response to the closing. scenes of Sixty Lights inform your judgement of this novel as a whole. In your response make detailed reference to Sixty Lights. d Charlotte Bront Jane Eyre, St John is unmarried he never will marry now Himself has.
hitherto sufficed to the toil and the toil draws near its close his. glorious sun hastens to its setting The last letter I received from. him drew from my eyes human tears and yet filled my heart. with divine joy he anticipated his sure reward his incorruptible. crown I know that a stranger s hand will write to me next to say. that the good and faithful servant has been called at length into. the joy of his Lord And why weep for this No fear of death will. darken St John s last hour his mind will be unclouded his heart. will be undaunted his hope will be sure his faith steadfast His. own words are a pledge of this, My Master he says has forewarned me Daily He announces. more distinctly Surely I come quickly and hourly I more. eagerly respond Amen even so come Lord Jesus,From Jane Eyre Charlotte Bront. In the context of your critical study to what extent does your response to the closing. scenes of Jane Eyre inform your judgement of this novel as a whole. In your response make detailed reference to Jane Eyre. End of Question 4, In your answer you will be assessed on how well you. demonstrate an informed understanding of the ideas expressed in the text. evaluate the text s language content and construction. organise develop and express ideas using language appropriate to audience purpose. Question 5 Drama Henrik Ibsen A Doll s House 20 marks. HELMER Can I write to you,NORA No It s forbidden,HELMER I could send you 690. NORA Nothing,HELMER If you needed help,NORA I ll take nothing from a stranger.
HELMER Will I never be more to you,NORA taking the case If the miracle happened 695. HELMER Tell me the miracle, NORA If we changed both of us if we No Torvald I ve. stopped believing in miracles,HELMER I believe Tell me If we changed if we. NORA If we discovered some true relationship Goodbye 700. She goes out through the hall HELMER slumps into a. chair by the door and covers his face,HELMER Nora Nora. He gets up looks round,Empty She s gone,A hope flashes across his face.
A door slams off,Final Curtain,From A Doll s House Henrik Ibsen. Henrik Ibsen and Mary Rafferty A Doll s House 1995. Reproduced with permission of Cambridge University Press. In the context of your critical study to what extent does your response to the closing scenes of. A Doll s House inform your judgement of this play as a whole. In your response make detailed reference to A Doll s House. Question 6 Film Orson Welles Citizen Kane 20 marks. Awaiting copyright, In the context of your critical study to what extent does your response to the closing scenes of. Citizen Kane inform your judgement of this film as a whole. In your response make detailed reference to Citizen Kane. In your answer you will be assessed on how well you. demonstrate an informed understanding of the ideas expressed in the text. evaluate the text s language content and construction. organise develop and express ideas using language appropriate to audience purpose. Question 7 Poetry 20 marks, a William Butler Yeats W B Yeats Poems selected by Seamus Heaney. Awaiting copyright,From Among School Children William Butler Yeats. In the context of your critical study to what extent does your response to the closing. stanza of Among School Children inform your judgement of this poem and Yeats s poetry. as a whole, In your response make detailed reference to Among School Children and at least ONE.
other poem set for study,The prescribed poems are, William Butler Yeats W B Yeats Poems selected by Seamus Heaney. An Irish Airman Foresees His Death,When You Are Old. Among School Children,The Wild Swans at Coole,Leda and the Swan. The Second Coming,Easter 1916,Question 7 continues on page 13. Question 7 continued,b Gwen Harwood Selected Poems.
Awaiting copyright,From The Violets Gwen Harwood, In the context of your critical study to what extent does your response to the closing. stanza of The Violets inform your judgement of this poem and Harwood s poetry as a. In your response make detailed reference to The Violets and at least ONE other poem set. The prescribed poems are,Gwen Harwood Selected Poems. Father and Child,The Violets,At Mornington,A Valediction. Triste Triste,The Sharpness of Death,Mother Who Gave me Life. Question 7 continues on page 14, In your answer you will be assessed on how well you.
demonstrate an informed understanding of the ideas expressed in the text. evaluate the text s language content and construction. organise develop and express ideas using language appropriate to audience purpose. Question 7 continued,c Kenneth Slessor Selected Poems. Awaiting copyright,From Five Bells Kenneth Slessor. In the context of your critical study to what extent does your response to the closing. stanza of Five Bells inform your judgement of this poem and Slessor s poetry as a whole. In your response make detailed reference to Five Bells and at least ONE other poem set. The prescribed poems are,Kenneth Slessor Selected Poems. Out of Time,Five Bells,Five Visions of Captain Cook. Sensuality,Elegy In a Botanic Gardens,Beach Burial.
End of Question 7, Question 8 Nonfiction George Orwell Essays 20 marks. Awaiting copyright, In the context of your critical study to what extent does your response to the closing statements. of Why I Write inform your judgement of this essay and Orwell s essays as a whole. In your response make detailed reference to Why I Write and at least ONE other essay set for. The prescribed essays are,George Orwell Essays,Why I Write. Notes on Nationalism,Good Bad Books,The Sporting Spirit. Politics and the English Language,Writers and Leviathan.
EXAMINATION English Advanced Paper 2 Modules General Instructions Reading time 5 minutes Working time 2 hours Write using black or blue pen Black pen is preferred Total marks 60 Section I Pages 2 5 20 marks Attempt either Question 1 or Question 2 Allow about 40 minutes for this section Section II Pages 6 16 20 marks Attempt ONE question from

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