Compare how the barriers of love are presented in at least two texts you have studied.

Initially start off by making a mind map/plan comparing the ideas from two or more texts e.g. materialism and status over love (in poetry) or a family feud (Romeo& Juliet). Proceed to write the introduction - including the three main ideas of the essay while highlighting the texts being used. In each paragraph aim to compare the barriers of love in chosen texts as well as using wider reading and context in relation to the texts’ time period. Use an array of language and techniques to highlight Howard why the writer presents barriers to love. End with a clear and concise conclusion - recapping over the main points made as well as including a summary of the students opinion of the question.

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