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Each time you refer to a character’s thoughts or words, tell us your source.

Assume your reader knows nothing about the play.

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Best know as bass player with Public Image Ltd., Jah Wobble is also a poet — and Spurs fan!

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Best known for his long poem Whale Nation

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Self confessed trouble maker!

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Maybe it’s too strong to say this is proof?

Try something like ‘this tells us’ or “this makes clear that', for example.

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In a critical essay it’s a good idea not to use vague phrases like kind of.

Make a statement and back it up with a quotation: argument won!

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This is a good technique for sticking to the point. Well done.

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It’s best to tell us what those views were. It’s possible to read your sentence as meaning his views were all over the place!

As you go on to explain B’s politics, you might feel this vague sentence can be cut out of your essay.

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April 17th, 2014

I think that you should have more than one paragraph. maybe explain this into detail.

April 16th, 2014

you shouldn’t have made this a sentence maybe you should of combined it with the following sentence

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"Hate on it, and I'll do the same / To yours." (Sample Poet – Sample Workshop Poem) | pending

Author! You decide! I like it with the comma.

"Hate on it, and I'll do the same / To yours." (Sample Poet – Sample Workshop Poem) | accepted

Some people avoid writers' workshops for fear of being mocked. The poet may have felt that fear initially, and is here distancing himself from the anxiety.

"Loss of control! / Loss of control!" (Green Day – Loss Of Control) | accepted

Also references “She’s Lost Control”, Joy Division.
http://m.youtube.com/index?desktop_uri=%2F&gl=GB#/watch?v=ksVRu0itkn4

"And then the veins stand out like highways / All along yo..." (Leonard Cohen – Dress Rehearsal Rag) | accepted

The lines of his veins resemble a road map.

"Hey, white boy, what you doin' uptown? / Hey, white boy, ..." (The Velvet Underground – I'm Waiting For The Man) | accepted

A propos Point 2: this was mainly a fashion statement in the 1970s when he was in Bowie’s crew.
Most of the wannabe gays of that era later settled into heterosexual married life.
Reed is married to performance artist, Laurie Anderson.

"So bye-bye, Miss American Pie / Drove my Chevy to the levee" (Don McLean – American Pie) | accepted

A combination of “Miss America” and “as American as apple pie”.

Now John Lydon (Rotten) is a “national treasure”, best known for advertising Anchor Butter on commercial television.

Televisions and radios could be bought on credit, as suggested. It was known as “hire purchase”.
An alternative is, it was common for families not to buy televisions and radios, but to enter into a rental agreement with companies who supplied them. The main business providing radios and televisions was “Radio Rentals”.

“White Riot” was released in 1977, not 1979.

“open the lonely heart
(Peel apart) Come together (Come together)"
These lines contain two Beatles references:
"Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” (album);
“Come Together” (from “Abbey Road” album)