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But his words encourage risk taking, inquiry and the seeking of knowledge – all learner profile traits that the IB instills in our students.One of the most challenging, and rewarding, components of the IB Diploma Program is the Extended Essay (EE).
By this, I mean, I haven't come across anyone writing an EE about these two texts together. Currently we are doing "Purple Hibiscus" in class and I thought by doing my EE about it, I would understand the novel much more in depth.
I wrote mine on depictions of female agency in the Twilight series and got 35/36 marks, so as long as you're writing a good essay, it doesn't matter very much what the novel is.
Some examiners might be personally opposed to reading EEs about "bad" fiction, others might prefer it over reading the same regurgitated points about 1984 every session.
I'm not saying I will get a better grade by using my originality but I think that by choosing two novels that haven't been written about a lot will not bore the examiner.
If I were the examiner and I received EEs about Harry Potter, The Hobbit, LOTR, The Maze Runner (Trilogy), Divergent (Trilogy), Twilight, The Hunger Games (Trilogy), TFIOS, etc (They're all great books though!