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Explore the Concepts of Natural and Unnatural in Shakespeare’s Macbeth

Macbeth was written in 1606 by William Shakespeare, and was an instant classic. It was written for King James I, and so corresponded to his deepest interest- witchcraft. King James…

Examine the Part Played by Banquo in the Play and Comment on His Character

I think That Banquos part in the play is to contrast Macbeths character and decisions. Banquos loyal, honourable and heroic character matches that of Macbeths at the beginning of the…

Employee Resourcing

This essay is going to give my views and opinions on how working practices and patterns have changed and the impact these changes have had on the employment relationship. There…

Employability – Personal Effectiveness at Work

Task 1 a) Goals and Objectives that contribute to personal effectiveness at work placement: * Hard working- your manager would know you’re appropriate for the job and can handle it….

Economic and Socio-Cultural Environment of Management

The affects of contemporary changes in the technological, economic and the socio-cultural environment has been very vast and has greatly restructured the managerial process of planning, organizing, leading and control….

Explore the Ways in Which Dickens Creates Memorable and Interesting Characters

Dickens was brought up in a lower class family, he had a slaves job in a blacking factory and life didn’t seem too good. This is the life style and…

Explore the Character of Pip in Charles Dickens’ “Great Expectations”

The book “Great Expectations” was written in the 1860’s by the world famous author Charles Dickens. During the 1860’s the Victorians were ruling England. The Victorian period was grim, dismal…

English Media – Macbeth on the Estate

I have thoroughly analysed “Act two Scene one” from the screenplay “Macbeth – On the Estate.” Shot by shot I have discussed the style and structure noting any significant visual…

Explore the Character of Lady Macbeth

Imagine your partner is doing well in a large company, he or she has just secured a major deal and their boss is very pleased with them and they get…

Explain how your job application relates to the job description

My job application relates to the job description in a number of ways, as I will explain below, showing where, how and why my job application matches or fulfils the…

Examine the nature of key management skills

The learning outcome that I will investigate in this report is to demonstrate the role of a managers interpersonal and communications skills. Interpersonal skills are those skills that are used…

Explore Dickens Introduction of the Characters of Magwitch and Jaggers in Great Expectations

Throughout the novel “Great Expectations”, Charles Dickens introduces his characters in very mysterious and intriguing ways, and keeps the reader guessing about their motives for the greater part of the…

Explore Pip’s Relationship with Magwitch and How it Changes Throughout the Novel

Charles Dickens shows in his writing that he was affected by his life experiences. Dickens concentrates in his writing how children are treated in the Victorian times showing that he…

Examine How Dickens Deals With the Issue of Social Class in Great Expectations

This novel is about the desire for wealth and social advancement yet was produced out of financial necessity. Dickens conceived of Great Expectations as a way of restoring his publication’s…

Examine how Dickens Shoes that Appearances can be Deceptive in “Great Expectations”

Great Expectations by Charles Dickens was published in 1861 and is widely regarded as one of the greatest novels ever written. Though it has great acclaim as a novel, following…

Explore Dickens’ Success in Presenting Characters through a Symbolic Use of Place

Great Expectations was written by Charles Dickens in 1861 and was set in the Victorian times. This is very evident from the choice of language, characterization, style of writing and…

Explain The Role Of Miss Havisham in ‘Great Expectations’

Great Expectations is the story of a young boy called Pip growing up. He lives with his sister, and his sister’s husband, Joe. As he grows up he meets a…

Explore Pip’s Relationship with Joe and Magwitch in ”Great Expectations”

In the novel Great Expectations one of the major influences on the main character is Joe Gargery. Pip lives with his sister because both of his parents are dead. Joe…

Errors and Problems with the Current ICT System

To check for errors and problems with the current ICT system I will use the Database as a normal user would and list down anything that prevents me from finding…

Explanation of the Circuit

In total my circuit contained 14 different stations. All the stations were done for approximately 1 minute for the first 2 sessions. The last 2 sessions were done for over…

Estate Agents – Problems of a Paper Based Office

Introduction An estate agent based in a paper-based office comes across a lot of problems. It necessary to solve these problems and try to bring the system of the basic…

Evaluating Promotional Literature from the Company ”Changing Worlds”

Choosing and using a suitable writing style helps to ensure that a document gives a clear and appropriate message and the writing style does help that the document changing worlds….

Employee Recruitment and Training at Morrison’s

In this section of my coursework I intend to talk about recruitment and training at Morrison’s. For the first part of my coursework I will be writing out a job…

Educational Toys

OBJECTIVE 1 – Identification of a Need. 1. Situation – Educational Toys are used in a variety of situations. You need to identify an area where Educational Toys are used…

Edger Allen Poe

“The Murders in the Rue Morgue” was first published in April 1841 in Graham’s Magazine in Philadelphia in the United States of America. It was very different to the contempary…

Explaining The Philosophical Base of the Social Sciences

The debate between freewill and determinism has long been discussed in the circles of philosophy but, the freewill and determinism debate has not been exclusively held by philosophers, but has…

Extrasensory Perception, “Science and the Paranormal”

An ad for the infamous psychic, Miss. Cleo, plays across my television screen. She claims she can read my mind, predict my future, and give me advice on how to…

Explore How Gilman Presents the Search for Identity in The Yellow Wallpaper

As is clear in the text, Gilman writes the book from a similar prespective as the narrator. Living in the late 17th and early 18th centuary america Gilman would have…

Expedition Skills

Explain the advantages and disadvantages of a range of suitable maps to be used during an expedition including a full description of the meaning of conventional map symbols. OS (Outdoor…

Evaluation: Arbeit Macht Frei

The evaluations you have to make refer to the ‘Arbeit Macht Frei’ work covered in class. Task A In devising your piece of drama based on the ‘Arbeit Macht Frei…

Educational Toy

Educational Toys are used in a variety of situations. You need to identify an area where educational toys are used and identify a problem that needs to be solved Objective…

Effect Of Moisture On The Mechanical Properties Of Nylon

Nylon emerged as commercial thermoplastics after the Second World War following their remarkable wartime success in the textile field. The large scale production of Nylon plastics grew mainly from the…

Explore the portrayal of War in the Poetry of William Shakespeare and Wilfred Owen

How would these poems have been received by audiences of the day? We have been studying two poems for comparison, one being ‘Before Agincourt’, by William Shakespeare and the other…

Exploring the Ways in How the Author Explores the Theme of Work in Monologue

Monologue by the late New Zealand poet Hone Tuwhare was inspired by an elderly Scotsman that he used to work with. This poem is a very thought provoking and contradictive…

Empathic Responce Ulysess

He’s left me; me and mother. After all we’ve gone through, waiting for twenty whole years for him to return. I thought he loved us, me, mother and the people…

Exploring a Poem: ”Presents From My Aunt in Pakistan”

The difference between `denim and couroroy` the `cardigans from marks and spencer` and the clothes her aunt sent is the fact that they are all made for different purposes and…

Exploring the Character of Piggy Through Chapters 1 and 2

Exploring the character of Piggy through chapters 1 and 2, focusing on his appearance, his behaviour, his actions, his personality and his thoughts. In chapter 1, Piggy has not yet…

Explore the Importance of the Character Simon in “Lord of the Flies”

William Golding was born and brought up in the early 1900’s in England, where he lead a well educated childhood under the guidance of his scientific and rational parents. But…

East is East and poems Presents from my aunts in Pakistan

This assignment is to look at the film ‘East is East’ and the poems in the anthology the anthology to find the importance of cultural identity. Each of these mediums…

Exploring and Analyzing the Relationships in a Series of ‘Best Word’s’ Poems

Both ‘I Shall Return’ and ‘Once Upon a Time’, explore the need to return, in Claude McKay’s case he wants to return home; to a happier place. Although in ‘Once…

Episode of Piggy’s Death in the Novel ”Lord Of The Flies”

During this episode, Piggy and Ralph set out to castle rock to retrieve Piggy’s glasses from Jacks half of the tribe. Once they arrive jack begins to fight with Ralph…

Examine the Framework of Society That Is Adapted By the Boys In ‘Lord of the Flies’

“Lord of the Flies” was first published in 1954. Its author, William Golding, was born in Cornwall in 1911, and bought up in Wiltshire. Golding’s father was a teacher and…

Epilogue to ”Lord of the Flies”

The officer led the boys to the ship, one by one in a line, they trudged behind him. Jack trailed a few feet behind the group, staring closely at his…

English Poetry

When you enter the ‘capsule’ of love and warmth, you find yourself pulled in, addicted almost. It’s not how you imagine it; it’s not unbearably painful, or tiresome or trivial…

Emotions and ethical and aesthetic judgments

To what extent should our emotions be considered an important aspect of our ethical and aesthetic judgments? Emotions are one of the most significant factors that affect our life. They…

Explain What Is Meant By Situation Ethics

Religion has for a long time been a source of moral rules for many people. Probably the most famous set of rules is the 10 Commandments. An alternative view of…

Explain what Kant meant by the categorical imperative

The categorical imperative is a term, which Emmanuel Kant originated. The term allows us to acknowledge which actions are compulsory and which are not allowed. It indicates an absolute, an…

Explain religious and ethical arguments in favour of Euthanasia

Under the theory of Utilitarianism, Doctors are obliged to do the thing that will generate the most good for the all people involved; Doctors also have to respect a patient’s…

Examine Different Ways In Which the Word “Good” is Used In Meta-Ethics

Meta-ethics is the defining of the language used in normative ethics, like right or wrong, “good” or bad. It is “Wholly concerned with analysing the language people use when discussing…

Explain What is Meant by Natural in Natural Moral Law

Natural Moral Law is another ethical theory produced by Thomas Aqunius. Within it he refers to moral decision making as natural and instinctive and argues the differences between apparent and…

Explain Ethical Monotheism

Monotheism in and of itself is comprised of several compilatory words, starting sequentially with mono. Mono is a common prefix used to denote singularity. Theo is used as the word…

Explain Kant’s Theory of Duty as the Basis For Morality

Kant (1724-1804) lived a totally uneventful life in K�nigsberg, East Prussia and was a key figure in the European Enlightenment. He was influenced by the scientist known for discovering gravity,…

Explain and Evaluate Augustine’s Theodicy

Augustine developed a theodicy to help answer questions in relation to the problem of evil, taking the blame of the existence of evil away from God. St Augustine based his…

Explain What is Meant in the Bible by the Phrase ‘God is Good’

There are two key ideas which emerge in the Bible about the goodness of God. The first of these is that god is good; the second is the idea that…

Explain How the Bible Portrays the Creativity of God

When read in sequence there are many contradictory statements between Genesis chapter one and two. The origins of the world and order of creation are for example different. Although within…

Explain The Role of God as a Judge

Christians believe God is the lawgiver and the judge of humanity. He sets these laws to protect us from otherwise damage and can therefore judge when we have trespassed. Christian…

Explain Hick’s Irenaean Theodicy

John Hick’s Irenaean theodicy of soul-making is a response to the Epicurean problem, if God is omnibenevolent, then why is there suffering in the world? Unlike Augustine’s soul-deciding theodicy, the…

Ethical Theories are of no Help When Discussing Matters of Sex and Relationships

In order to frame any relevant discussion on the helpfulness of ethical theories when considering matters of sex and relationships, it will be necessary for us to have established a…

Every Adult Has The Right to Become a Parent

There are many different arguments for and against this claim, from many different theorists in religion. One argument that supports this claim is that any adult should have the right…

Experiment to Determine Soil Texture by Touch and Physical Analysis

Introduction: The most important measure of soil is texture and size distribution of mineral particles. This is because the divided soil particles have a greater surface are per unit mass…

Explain Why Student Ghettos Develop in Some Urban Areas

The primary reason for the development of student ghettos is the expansion of higher education, creating a greater number of students in an area needing housing. For example, Swansea has…

Examine National and Local Government Policies on Transport and The Environment

The Government wants to improve accessibility in order to ensure everyone can get to work, schools, healthcare, food shops and other key services. Accessibility planning guidance sets out how the…

Examine the Factors influencing China’s Changing Energy Mix

Energy mix is the amount of each of the different sources of energy a country uses for industry, transport and in homes (countries rarely rely on one source for all…

Explain Kants Understanding of Universal Maxims

Kant believed that to get to a universal maxim you must first do as God asks you to. He therefore believed in “duty for duty’s sake” He believed that the…

Examine How and Why The Economy of China has Changed in the Last 30 Years

Through Mao’s reign, China became increasingly isolated from the rest of the world. Political policies such as the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution had a major, and in…

Erosional Landforms on the Dorset Coastline

Introduction In this leaflet I am going to present my findings about different types of erosion, and at how they take effect different locations. The relevant locations that I have…

Engineering Options Available to Prevent Flooding

The flooding of rivers is a natural and essential part of river basin processes and is only a hazard because they can affect people’s lives. Flooding occur when a large…

Explain How and Why the Ouse Floods and its Consequences

Over the years human influences have affected the Ouse. The river Ouse is the principle drainage basin in Yorkshire and is naturally very large, covering 10,770 square km. It has…

Explain Why the Economic Effects of Hazards Vary Spatially

Spatial distribution is one of the many types of hazards classification that help the scientist predict the hazards relating to where they are lost likely to occur and the impact…

Earthquakes are Perhaps one of Natures Most Breathtaking

Earthquakes are perhaps one of natures most breathtaking, yet deadly and destructive wonders that remain untamed by modern day man and his ever advancing technological and scientific evolution. Deaths, fires…

Economic, Social and Environmental Cost Associated With Earthquake Activity in LEDCs & MEDCs

Economic: MEDCs: The damage to MEDCs done by earthquakes can be enormous, not only for the state but for the people living/working there, but the thing is, is that the…

Explain Why The Same Type of Hazard May Have Different Impacts

A hazard is a geophysical process that affects people or the environment. The environment in which people live in is one of the main ways that determine how much hazards…

Explain Why Some Physical Environments Attract More Human Activity Than Others

Human activity can be defined as the actions of people, and can be categorised into settlement, agriculture, industry, communication and tourism. Human activity can be dependant on the development of…

Earthquakes – The Diverse Variety of Physical and Human Factors

There are a diverse variety of both physical (geological and geographic) and human (economic, political and historical) factors that influence how significant an earthquake can be. The magnitude of the…

Earthquakes – The Most Deadly Natural Catastrophes

Earthquakes are considered one of the most deadly natural catastrophes that can affect human life. Most often, a quake occurs in earthquake-prone zones where two tectonic plates meet, split, or…

Explain and Assess the View That Morality is Based on Self-interest

Thomas Jefferson said that “self-interest, or rather self-love, or egoism, has been more plausibly substituted as the basis of morality” suggesting that morality is indeed based on self-interest. However, it…

Education is the Key to Effective Hazard Mitigation

In the 1990’s there were two earthquakes of similar magnitude one in LA and one in India. Both were 6.6 on the Richter Scale. The Los Angeles population were warned…

Explain Plato’s Use of the Metaphor of the Shadows in his Allegory of the Cave

Plato was a Philosopher who used a story based on people imprisoned in a cave to explain the way in which he thought humans formed ideas based on their senses….

Explain Why the Beveridge Report Was so Popular with the General Public in 1942?

The Beveridge report was set up by the wartime coalition to “undertake a survey of the existing national schemes of social insurance and allied services and to make any recommendations.”…

Examine the Effects of the Second World War on the USSR by 1945

The effects of the Second World War on the USSR can be, to some extent, categorised into four main groups; effects on the economy, impact on the military, impact on…

Evaluate the Presidency of Dwight Eisenhower

The following is an evaluation of the presidency of Dwight Eisenhower. The perspectives of two different historians, Arthur M. Schlesinger, jr., and Stephen E. Ambrose, are analyzed. Ambrose presents a…

Education in the 19th Century

1. Source A is a primary source, a memoir of a board school pupil. It gives many impressions of what education was like in the 19th century. Advantages given of…

Evaluate Historical Comparisons of Hitler and Stalin and Their Regimes

No other men could fit this description of power and corruption more perfectly than Hitler and Stalin. Throughout history they have been both idolised and demonised leading to the overwhelming…

Explain the Roles of Both Internal and External Stakeholders Tesco

The organisation in which I have decided to produce a written report on is Tesco’s PLC as they are proving to be the most dominating organisation within the supermarket market…

Everyday Creativity is Always Dialogical in Bakhtin’s Sense

In this assignment the aim is to discuss to what extent Bakhtin’s ideas about language creativity are justifiable with specific reference to this course. It will start with an introduction…

Explaining Aristotle

Aristotle believed that everything in life had a purpose- a cause. His theory is teleological. His point of view is argued by modern science which has forced on a casual…

Effect of Carbon Dioxide on Rate of Photosynthesis

Aim: The aim of this experiment is to investigate into the effects of the change of carbon dioxide concentrations on the rate of photosynthesis. Prediction: My hypothesis is that as…

Examine the Relationship Between Law and Morals

Law and morals are two seemingly different concepts yet sometimes can be inextricably linked. There have been many debates, throughout history, as to whether laws are based on morals or…

Exploring Services in Health Care

Aims and Objectives: Highgate Hospital is a Private Hospital. Being a private hospital service users need to pay for treatment. Services Provided: They are specialist in: MRI, X-Ray & Ultrasound,…

Explain What Is Meant By Natural Law

Natural moral law contains ethical theories which express that there is a natural order to our world that should be followed. A quote from Cicero, De Republica elaborates on the…

Environmental Legislations

Control of Pollution (amendment) Act The 1989 act is a very important piece of statutory framework and is mainly for controlling wastes, in conjunction with the Environmental Protection Act 1990….

Extreme Weather Investigation

Castle Head Field Centre lies between the fells of the Lake District and the shores of Morecambe Bay, in a secluded corner of northwest England in a small rural town…

Examine The Main Trends in The UK Public Finances

Public finances are mainly comprised of spending in the public sector, taxation, income and debt plus borrowing. The UK public finances have hit a major deficit and according to the…

Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart” and Anton Chekhov’s “Misery”

In every story, characters are the ones who give life, and add spice. The way a character is portrayed greatly adds to the development of a story. This is seen…

Explain the Dramatic Significance of Mr Alfieri

The angle of the lighting casts a shadow across him however; it is clear from his demeanour that he is a man of importance. As he emerges from the silhouettes…

Explain the Reforms That Have Taken Place to the Civil Service Since 1997

The civil service is a collective term for the government departments, ministries and offices responsible for the formulation and administration of government policy. It plays a key role in the…

Examine The Impact of Policy Changes of 1921 on the Development of the Soviet State by 1924

During the years of 1917 up to 1924, Lenin and his Bolshevik party consolidated power and authority of the Russian Soviet state and introduced and removed policy changes which affected…

Epping Forest Biology Field Study

Background Information: Oak trees are occasionally covered on one side, with an orange looking substance. This is due to the presence of a simple alga called Trentepholia aurea (Trentepholiaceae). It…

Examine The Ways in Which What Has Happened Up to Act 3 of The Play

One decision can change your whole life. In the play “Romeo & Juliet”, the character Friar Lawrence makes this wrong decision and finally results in the death of two “star-crossed”…

Evaluation of Improvisation

The improvisation exam dealt with the issues and experiences felt by people due to war and other conflicts. I found this particular topic hard to relate to at first as…

Explore the way Nature is effective in Wilfred Owen’s Exposure

In your answer, explore the effects of language, imagery and verse form, and consider how this poem relates to other poems by Owen you have studied. Owen is a rebellious…

Effects of World War II on The Lives of The Civilian Population

At 11:15 a.m. on the 3rd September 1939, Neville Chamberlain, the British Prime Minister announced over radio 6 words, ‘Britain is at war with Germany’. The Second World War had…

Explain The Contemporary Popularity of Rupert Brooke’s Sonnet

Rupert Brooke’s five sonnets, “Peace”, “Safety”, “The Rich Dead”, “The Dead” and “The Soldier”, known collectively as “1914”, were immensely popular during the First World War, his poems were reprinted,…

English Poetry Coursework

Introduction. I have been given a task, which consist of three poems, in which I have to explain what the poem is about and then compare the second poem with…

Evaluation Of War Coursework

In our war play we tell the story of how two families go to war over something small that soon becomes something big. In our play we had two families…

Examine a Selection of Poetry by the War Poets

What do you learn of the different attitudes of the poets and their societies and which poet do you find the most effective at expressing their attitude? What is war…

Exploring Diverse Cultures

`Diverse Cultures’ are the study of other cultures and opinions of major issues from different origins and ethnic backgrounds. I will examine different points of view of various poets from…

English Literature – War Poetry

During the First World War many poets published their poems to encourage people to enlist in the army. Special spaces were left in newspapers for recruiting poems, for writers such…

Explore the Strengths and Weaknesses of The Coaching Sessions

It was relatively easy to establish the strengths and weaknesses that were there during my first coaching session. The speed in my first session was not really up to scratch,…

Encourage Young People to Continue to Participate in an Active Lifestyle

In doing this you should pay particular attention to considering the roles of influential others during the various developmental stages (as outlined by cote and hay, 2002) of a young…

Employer and Employee Relations

I work for the Leicester Chamber of Commerce and have been asked to undertake a four part piece of case study research of Employer and Employees Relations. I have to…

Evaluation of Production

In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products? My five minute documentary preview, a view on the current influences Vivienne…

English Oral – David Beckham

David Beckham, he is an extremely gifted footballer. He led the England team to qualify automatically in the world cup. Teams have there good days and not to mention there…

External Factors Affecting Projects – Tendering for projects in Oman

1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 The purpose of this briefing paper is to introduce the possibilities of tendering for projects in the Middle East and more specifically Oman. Oman’s recently exploited oil…

Ethics & Values

I have recently been appointed as the assistant club development officer within the Telford and Wrekin Sport and Leisure department. My intention is to improve the general running of sports…

Extrovert and Introvert How They Might Affect People in Sporting Situations

Introduction In this assignment I am going to explain what extrovert and introvert means then investigate the affects of being an extrovert or introvert in sporting situations. I am also…

Examine The Clash Between Ideas of “Liberty” and “Democracy”

Fox-hunting has been a major issue on the political agenda for the past ten years because both sides have strong emotions about either a foxes rights or human rights however…

Explain the Value of Sport in the UK

Sport helps to build a safer and stronger community by trying to get the children and teenagers off the streets by organising sporting events such as midnight soccer leagues throughout…

Explain Why the Liberals Were Electorally so Successful So Often, 1868-85?

The intermittent successes of the Liberals in the second half of the nineteenth century played a very great part in the fashioning of the politics of Britain not only in…

Ever Wondered Why Basketball is One of The Most Popular Games in America?

The fast paced action packed games are fantastic for anyone to watch. Want to know more about the GREATES SPORT ever created or the greatest teams and players to hit…

Evaluate the Value of Hofstede’s Framework in Maximising Competitiveness

Geert Hofstede conducted perhaps the most comprehensive study of how values in the workplace are influenced by culture and his research has been used by companies globally to combat the…

Elections and Media

The most influential part of American society is the media. Because of it, people have been witness to numerous historical events such as inaugurations, assassinations, and acts of terrorism. We…

Effective People, Communication and Information

The TNT Express Head Office Legal Department provides all types of legal advice, at a Divisional level, to TNT Express Management and is the central co-ordination point for provision of…

Evaluate the Notion that the UK is a Truly Democratic Nation

The UK is a democratic nation when the term ‘democracy’ is used loosely. Citizens of the UK over the age of 18 can vote for whom they would like to…

Exploring Business

All business has aims that they want to achieve and objectives that help them they have to do to achieve those aims. And aims are the overall goals and purposes…

Enthalpy Change of a Displacement Reaction

To determine the enthalpy change of a displacement reaction (Between zinc and copper (II) ions) 5. Introduction : Excess zinc powder is added in a measured amount of aqueous copper…

Enthalpy Change of the Hydration of Magnesium Sulphate

Objective To determine the enthalpy change of the hydration of magnesium sulphate (MgSO4) using Hess’s law. Procedures 1. The mass of a clean and dry polystyrene foam cup was weighed…

Electrochemistry – Inventing Better Batteries

Ever since Alessandro Volta invented the first battery, the improvement of batteries has been phenomenal. The investigation was to explore three hypotheses that our group had designed to increase the…

Enthalpy of Formation of Calcium Carbonate

Calculations and Discussion: 1. What does the term “heat of formation” of a substance mean? Heat of formation refers to the heat change when one mole of a substance is…

English Poets are Being forced to Explore not just the Matter of England

It is an inevitable fact that the consumers of literature – laymen and literary critics alike – tend to group together texts and authors into separate categories, and attach to…

Examine the Use of the Dramatic Monologue in the Poetry of Carol Ann Duffy

Unlike the soliloquy, the dramatic monologue speaks directly to the reader and voices a single character or persona’s thoughts, this offers a better understanding of the ideas and message the…

Emma Gifford Poems

Hardy shows a various amount of thoughts, feelings and concerns throughout the ‘Veteris Vestigia Frammae’ section of his poems. These emotions always differ depending on the memory he is recalling…

Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Emily Dickinson

The lives and works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Emily Dickinson may be different in many ways, but there are existential treads that bind these two people together by similarities….

English Society of Chaucer’s Time

Most people in the English society of Chaucer’s time, about 600 years ago, viewed the world in a similar way and accepted the same beliefs. People then believed that behind…

Explore the Treatment of Racism in One Story From ”Contemporary Short Stories”

The writer of this story (country lovers) seemingly portrays a metamorphism of a relationship from the setting of fantasy and childish virtue, into harsh adult reality. The subject of the…

Explore Walkers Portrayal of Female Identity – The Color Purple

“Teach only the boys.”1 (Page 146) In many cases this term would be considered sexist: However, when reading The Color Purple it becomes evident that the men as well as…

Examine the Relationship Between Volpone and Mosca in Acts I and II

During The Argument at the beginning of the play the audience is told that, although the play’s title is ‘Volpone’, the play is mostly centred on ‘his parasite’, Mosca, and…

Explore the Ways Sheriff Presents Social class for Dramatic Effects in ”Journeys End”

‘Journeys End’, first produced in 1928, is a play which portrays a fairly realistic, picture of the front line in the First World War, as it was based on R.C…

Explore Your Relationship with the Wife of Bath

“Gilbert and Gubar see the wife of bath as a independent character who stands for female supremacy in a misogynistic time.” ” Hanson reminds the audience that the wife is…

Experiment: Titration

Titration is a laboratory method used to analyse a chemicals concentration. In this experiment 10cm3 of sodium hydroxide should be neutralised by 10cm3 of hydrochloric acid. Phenolphthalein is used in…

Evaluation of a Computerised System

Meeting the requirements specification In the evaluation of this project, the first things that must be considered are the first objectives that were set for the system to meet. This…

Effective People Communication and Information

Job Description: * Liaising with clients in all areas of sales – client interaction is vital and sales assistants working with higher priced goods will need to provide a highly…

Evalutation of a Spreadsheet

Different techniques can be used to make the data on a spreadsheet easier to understand and interpret. This is very useful for the mobile phone shop manager because it will…

E-commerce Case

Shopping online has expanded so much that you can buy whatever you want at whatever time, any day. This online service is useful for people that work from 9-5 and…

Explain the Meaning of Actus Reus and Mens Rea

Actus reus is the Latin term for a guilty act or the prohibited conduct. It must be a voluntary act as stated in Bratty v by Denning. An involuntary act…

External Influences Affecting The Development Of The Marketing Strategy

External Influences The customer: The customer has obvious influences on my marketing strategy such as buying behaviour this will include such things as the taste they like, the price they…

Explosive Strength

To test explosive strength I performed a standing B. jump. For this I faced the wall and stretched both arms above my head with my hands side by side, so…

Essential Skill Identified For Sport

Task – identify progressive practises, which would help improve the essential skill identified for your sport. Step 1. * When you approach the ball you need to be at an…

Effective Application of Theory in Practice

For any gym programme to be effective and allow individuals to achieve their fitness goals, a number of different factors have to be considered. Having obtained indepth information regarding their…

European Integration and National Political Systems

– European integration should be analyzed as an explanatory factor in domestic political continuity or change – The study of national political systems has evolved largely in isolation from the…

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