I'm about to start planning my A level English coursework on 19th century Gothic literature. Our texts are Dracula, Frankenstein and the poetry of Keats. We were allowed to write our own questions, and I came up with:
I sometimes think we must all be mad and that we shall wake to sanity in strait waistcoats.
Discuss the themes of madness, melancholy and mania in Dracula, Frankenstein and the work of Keats.
I've always been interested in changing attitudes towards mental illness, so I'm pleased that I've managed to structure my question around a topic which I'm actually passionate about.
I obviously won't post my coursework until it's been moderated because it would get flagged as plagiarism when I tried to submit it, but expect it to appear some time around... August. I'm sure you're all waiting with bated breath!
On a related note:
I bought fangs.