For each question in Sections A, B, and C, in addition to the 25 marks indicated for content and argument, 10 marks are allocated for language, organization and competence in the mechanics of writing.
SECTION A — DRAMA
Answer ONE question in this section.
1. “The Tempest is an exploration of different types of relationships.” Write an essay in which you describe TWO different types of relationships in the play. In this essay, you must also discuss ONE theme that is portrayed in any ONE of the relationships described, and examine ONE dramatic technique Shakespeare uses to present relationships in the play as a whole.
2. “A dominant theme in Ti-Jean and His Brothers is good versus evil.” Write an essay in which you describe TWO incidents in which the conflict between good and evil is presented. In this essay, you must also discuss how the MAIN characters are affected in ONE of the incidents, and examine ONE technique that Walcott uses to present the theme of good versus evil in the play.