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Research questions should be:
Your research questions will evolve over time!
Start with what you know, and branch out into what you might be curious about. Think of the who, what, when, where, why & how. You might also consider the origins, impact, and cultural, social, or historical context of your topic.
What do Fanny Hensel's correspondences reveal about her life as a female composer?
How did Chopin's time in Mallorca influence the composition of his Preludes?
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