Explain how your set text and TWO other related texts of your own choosing represent history and memory.

The complex relationship of history and memory has been highly debated by various composers. This is too generic you need to be way more specific here It is however inevitable that the history of documented evidence and personal recollections are both equally vital in achieving overarching accounts of an event. GOOD Thus, Mark Baker’s non-fiction text, ‘The Fiftieth Gate’, the BBC article titled “North Korea continues to brutalise its people and yet we continue to do nothing” by Emily Deyer and the podcast interviewing Charles Stewart represents flaws of both facts and recollections to instil their crucial interrelationship. By manipulating a variety of forms and techniques, all composers greatly insinuate the crucial role of history and memory in fulfilling an overarching and accurate account of human events. Strong introduction

The Fiftieth Gate encapsulates Baker’s journey to validate the experiences of his parents in the Holocaust with factual evidence and thereby represents personal recollections as often unreliable, fragile & highly subjective. Very direct topic sentence good! In describing his grandfather, Leo Krochmal, Baker demonstrates that time ravages humans’ ability to control their memories and experiences. He reveals with animal imagery “Old age tarnished his noble aura as his mind fell prey to dementia” to imply the weakness of memory as it ‘fell prey’, implying the destructive and inescapable force of old age, thus making him less reliable than documented evidence. Good exploration of imagery Baker’s tone of pity further evokes empathy for Leo. Additionally, Baker’s reflecting on his and others reactions to the childhood stories of his mother, Genia is revealed in “we had never believed her when she told us she was once rich, very rich, tremendously rich” where the symbiosis of high modality and asyndeton reflects...