In this essay, I will talk about how the poems, ‘Remains’ and ‘The Emigrée’ express the theme of power in many different ways. In ‘Remains’, the protagonist is filled with the power of guilt because of how he has killed another man and how it is continuing to haunt him throughout his time, whereas in ‘The Emigrée’, […]

How is Mumbai presented through the perspectives of Abdul, Asha and Sunil? This essay will be about Behind the Beautiful Forever’s, a book written by Katherine Boo. In this essay i will be writing about the perspectives of three different characters in the book. Annawadi, a place all three of these characters call home, resides between […]

“Is Titus Andronicus too violent to be taught in schools?” I believe that it is too violent because of how to script shows many scenes and moments in which the children are not ready for yet. Some of these scenes could be seen as inappropriate to the wrong type of children e.g immature, misbehaving or […]

Shakespeare structures the whole play around the idea of revenge through his use of language features and quotations to back those language features. This essay I am writing will be telling you how William Shakespeare explores the idea of revenge throughout the play and story of Titus Andronicus. I will be writing 8 paragraphs about how the idea […]

This essay will explore the story, The Metamorphosis, written by Franz Kafka,  and will mostly be reffering to Gregor’s death. We will be studying  the language features used throughout them. We will also be studying the movie by Chris Swanton and explaining the  difference between the such as how it changes from the film to […]

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