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Enduring Love

Asked by miss_fitzy2003 | Nov 9, 2003
Hi I have been set the following essay on Enduring Love: Analyse Jed Parry's letters and discuss what we learn about, his character and relationship with Rose. Consider their functions in the novel. So if you have any advice, pointers or websites that you think might help me write this essay, it would be much apreciated. Many thanks Emma