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Hospitality Operations and Management

Hospitality industry – one of the world’s biggest industries, ranging from the Hotel to Tourism from Airlines to the Cruises, it is one of the biggest economy in the world….

Have Spending Habits of Overseas Students Changed Since Their Arrival in the UK?

In recent years, studying abroad is a new trend for most young people all over the world. There are many destinations for overseas students such as the USA, Australia and…

How Does Exercise Affect Breathing Rate?

Introduction Different activities have different effects on the breathing rate because of the difference in the amount of oxygen needed. This investigation will assess how breathing rate changes in three…

How Does Cooking Affect the Amount of Vitamin C in Lemon Juice?

Hypothesis: The longer the lemon juice is cooked up to the boiling temperature, the lower the concentration of vitamin C. Variables: 1. Independent: Type of lemon juice samples [fresh lemon…

Human Inheritance

Objectives: * Determine your phenotype for several traits. * Determine (as far as possible) your genotype for the same traits. Procedures and Observations: You will determine your phenotype and try…

How Does Exercises And Tea Affect Heart Rate And Blood Pressure Rate as Well?

Introduction: The heart is situated in the chest area of the organism. Its function is to pump oxygen carried by the blood throughout the body. This process is better known…

How the Heart Works

Although the heart is often referred to as a symbol of courage and love, it is no more than a muscular pump. From the moment it begins beating to the…

Human Pedigrees Biology Lab

Purpose: Problem: Can human pedigrees be used to determine the probability of a trait appearing in an individual? Prediction: Experimental Design: Variables: a) Manipulated Variable: b) Responding Variable: c) Controlled…

How are Interactions Between Neural Cells Established and Maintained?

The human embryo is a collection of clusters of non-specific cells, which then develop into the tissues of the adult human. In particular immature, non-specific neuroblasts must be differentiated into…

How Sunlight Affects The Distribution Of A Certain Plant Specie

Research Question: How does sunlight affect the distribution of a specific type of plant specie in an area which has approximately the same temperature, soil pH, nutrients, soil salinity and…

Human Nutrition and Health Study

1) Nutrients are chemical substances, found in foods, which are utilized in the human body. 2) Minerals, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, and vitamins are essential nutrients in the human diet. Specifically,…

How Religion and Culture Adversely Affect Women in Malaysia

Women rights and gender equality has been a problem for a lot of countries, one of them, is Malaysia. Women in Malaysia had suffered from varieties of problems such as…

How is the Theme of Death Portrayed in Antigone and The Outsider?

Death is presented to the audience as a form of punishment, in both The Outsider and Antigone. But the protagonists in the two texts develop different attitudes towards death. Antigone…

Hydrogen Gas Collection Lab

A sample of solid magnesium ribbon, measuring approximately 2.5cm and weighing 0.037 g +/- 3% was allowed to react with an aqueous solution of hydrochloric acid, with a concentration of…

Hydrochloric Acid and Calcium Carbonate

For our coursework investigation we tested how concentration affected the rate of reaction between calcium carbonate and hydrochloric acid. We experimented with the reaction: Calcium Carbonate + Hydrochloric Acid Calcium…

Haig – Butcher of the Somme?

Haig was appointed commander of the army on 10th of December 1915, and he had had a very successful military career. Haig decided to attack the Germans at the river…

How does the Advertisement for Vo5 Fade Defy Appeal to its Target Audience?

The purpose of any television advertisement is to either sell or promote a product; this is by showing the product and its effects. They can do this by attaching the…

How Does Shakespeare Present Romeo’s Character?

Romeo and Juliet are the children of the Capulet and the Montague, who are the chief family of Verona and have been enemies for years. Romeo and Juliet meet accidentally…

How Does Ferlingetti Convey the Idea of Social Difference in the Poem?

Ferlingetti his idea of social different ways through the poem, ‘Two Scavengers in a Truck, Two beautiful people in a Mercedes’, ranging from staggering the lines to Double meanings, these…

Heart of Darkness Analysis

Intro – Identification: This passage was taken from part 1 of the Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad. In this excerpt, Marlow describes the impoverished surroundings with abandoned equipment and…

How is society portrayed in both The kite runner and 1984?

Firstly I’ll introduce the two novels as I know that some of you haven’t read both of them, 1984 was written in 1948 so it is meant to be a…

How did the pigs abuse language to maintain their position of power in Animal Farm?

In “Animal Farm”, there are 4 pigs, Major, Snowball, Napoleon and Squealer, that are very important to the story, and they use various ways to abuse language, they include rhetorical…

How does Arthur Miller present family loyalty and conflict in A View from the Bridge?

A View from the bridge is a play comprised of many complicated and intertwined relationships in 1940’s New York. As the main male characters are Italian, they have ancient moral…

How Does Dickens Create Suspense in The Signalman?

The Signalman written by Charles Dickens in 1866 is a short story that falls into the gothic fiction genre. This particular style of writing combines elements such as the supernatural,…

How the Teachings about Discipleship Might Affect the Life of a Christian Today

Christians today are called in the same way as Jesus asked his apostles to follow him, except God calls apon us in our prayers and sleep. We are asked to…

How Does J.B. Priestly Use Alcohol as a Dramatic Device in “An Inspector Calls”?

In the play ‘An Inspector Calls’, the author – J.B. Priestly – uses alcohol as a dramatic device throughout. A dramatic device is anything that can be used for any…

How Good is the ‘Sorted’ Video at Educating the Young People of the Dangers of Ecstasy?

The film ‘Sorted’ was made following the death of an 18-year-old girl, who allegedly died after taking Ecstasy. The death is an incredibly emotive issue. The anger and uncertainty is…

How Does Dahl Subert Murder Mystery Conventions?

Dahl starts the story with the title ‘Lamb to the Slaughter’ which creates an idea that someone will fall victim to murder. The title conveys a violent image to the…

How Successful is Conan Doyle in Writing Detective Fiction that Appeals to a Modern Reader?

Readers enjoy crime fiction because of the way it makes them think and feel about life and everyday situations. The tension and drama draws readers in and makes them feel…

How is Shylock presented in Act IV Scene I in The Merchant of Venice?

Shylock is a very complex and confusing character and we see many different facets of him throughout this scene. He could be seen as a villain that is made by…

How does the Audience Respond to Miss Ruddock on Alan Bennett’s “A Lady of Letters”?

‘A Lady of Letters’ is a play about a mature spinster who is very lonely and spends her time writing letters to strangers, often getting her into trouble. It stars…

How does Willy Russell show Rita’s Relationship with Frank Changing over the Course of the Play?

How does Willy Russell show Rita’s relationship with Frank changing over the course of the play? Comment on the influences on her to change. You should base your answer on…

How Does Miller Use the Character of Procter to Examine the Idea of Morality in Society?

The Salem witch hunts were perverse manifestations of panic and hysteria which set in among the classes when the balance began to turn towards personal freedom. Millar uses the character…

How R.C Sheriff makes Act 3 scene 3 a Moving Ending to the Play Journeys End By Lauren James

In this essay, I will be writing about how R.C Sheriff creates a moving ending to his play and all the techniques and methods he uses to do this. I…

How Does James Joyce Portray Women in Dubliners?

James Joyce’s Dubliners, published in 1914, is a collection of fifteen short stories. In each tale there lies an undercurrent of sadness that becomes evident by the end. This sadness…

How Peoples Reactions to Poverty are Treated in Pieces Of Silver and Red Ball

In both stories poverty and the reactions to this are a big issue. In both stories it is not mention that the families are poor outright, but we realise this…

How Does Willie Change and Develop as a Character in the Play ‘Hobson’s Choice’ Unfolds

‘Hobson’s Choice’ was first performed in 1915 and was written by Harold Brighouse. At this time the social class structure in Britain was very strict, and this provides the basis…

How Does Arthur Miller Explore the Theme of Masculinity in A View From the Bridge?

Masculinity is a very important subject in the play. Arthur Miller uses the three main male characters to show masculinity, whether it’s through actions, or through words. Eddie, Marco and…

How does Sir Conan Doyle Create Suspense in Chapter 12 of The Hound of the Baskervilles?

In The Hound of the Baskervilles, Chapter 12 is the chapter in which Holmes and Watson discover the murderer responsible for the deaths of each of the Baskervilles. Sir Conan…

How Sealy Memorably Describes Clementss Home and Family in This Extract?

Sealy describes Clements’s family as being poor and unable to afford every day goods such as food etc. ‘the dovecots were taking their one substantial meal of the day.’ This…

How does Shakespeare make Act One Scene 5 of Romeo and Juliet Dramatically Effective?

Walk down a busy high street today in England and almost everybody will have heard of those two famous names, “Romeo and Juliet.” A twisted love affair between two sparring…

Halloween Story

On a dark November night I had accidentally taken the wrong bus home. The bus stopped at an abandoned big house. The bus driver kicked me out of the bus…

Huckelberry Finn – Analysis of Chapter 18

1. Col. Grangerford and the rest of the Grangerford’s are introduced in the text as a good, religious and well endowed family. * Readers are introduced to the concept of…

Haunted Coursework (Drama)

The silence was calming; at night this was always a rare moment. For Tina, it was something she wished for on the days her mum forced her to set out…

How the writer creates interest in the story

In my essay I will be examining the various methods used by writers, to keep the readers interested in their short stories. I shall be looking at certain techniques which…

How does Willis Hall create dramatic tension and excitement

How does Willis Hall create dramatic tension and excitement in the two sections involving the capture and killing of the Japanese soldier? Willis Hall uses very effective techniques in creating…

How does Bram Stoker convey Jonathan Harker’s rising fear and suspicion of Dracula in chapter two of the novel?

In this assignment I will be focusing on Jonathon Harker’s rising fear and suspicion of Dracula chapter two of the horrific novel. I will be analysing his fears and suspicions…

How Desai Vividly Portrays a Childs Disappointment in Either Games at Twilight or Pineapple Cake

In the story ‘Pineapple Cake’ Desai vividly portrays Victor’s disappointment by using selective vocabulary, repetition and metaphors. The effect of her writing gives us the impression of a child who…

How Juliet’s Character Has Developed During the Course of the Play?

Romeo and Juliet is a romantic tragedy that follows the story of two young people of feuding families falling in love. At the beginning of the play Juliet is young…

How Does Tennessee Williams Make The Unfolding Events Of Blanche’s Birthday Gripping To Watch?

In a ‘Street Car Named Desire’ Tennessee Williams writes about how the south was changing. He compares the old and the new south by representing the new and the old…

How is a Sense of Fear Created in the Reader in Gothic Short Stories?

A sense of fright and panic is created in the reader in gothic short stories through HG Wells uses various techniques and a wide range of vocabulary to create tension…

How Women in Society are Portrayed in “Turned” and “The Withered Arm”?

In these two short stories – ‘Turned’ and ‘The Withered Arm’; women are portrayed similarly in the nineteenth century. ‘Turned’ is a short story about a young maid who had…

How is the Tell Tale Heart an effective short story?

The writer of this story, Edgar Allan Poe, believed that short stories should be read in one sitting so that the meaning of the story would not be interrupted. In…

How does Browning convey the different voices of the speakers in “The laboratory” and “My last duchess”

Browning conveys the different voices of the speakers in two of his monologues by presenting them differently but as having certain shared qualities. In “The Laboratory” the woman is presented…

Horror Story Coursework

During the 19th century, reading horror stories for most people was almost like an obsession. This is because during the Victorian period, the industrial revolution was in full flow, and…

How does Kat Chopin Represent Women In her Short Stories

I will be focusing on two of Kate Chopin’s works, A Pair of Silk Stockings and D�sir�e’s Baby. But, Before you can understand the stories you must first understand the…

How Does Dickens Guide Us to Feeling Sympathy for Pip?

After reading the classic novel, ‘Great Expectations’, I will be studying two different extracts to try to identify different devices used by Dickens that guides us toward feeling sympathetic for…

Hemingway’s The Old Man and The Sea – complete set of notes, page by page

In this novella (short novel), Hemingway’s aim is to examine man’s position in the universe. Throughout the novella, Santiago (‘the old man’) endeavours to see himself in a cosmic perspective….

Holes – Author’s Use of Sub Plots and their Effectiveness

In the book Holes, the author, Louis Sachar has effectively made use of sub-plots throughout the book to indirectly help the readers in understanding the plot and enhance their understanding…

How Technology Destroys Individualism

Technology, such as e-mail and instant messaging, helps humans communicate more quickly and easier. However, by communicating through e-mail and instant messaging humans cannot always feel the emotions, or hear…

How Prejudice Is Portrayed Towards Women Through Their Society In The Withered Arm and Turned

Over time the position of women in society has greatly changed. They were long considered a weaker and inferior sex with little, if any rights. If a woman was to…

How does Shakespeare make Act3 Scene1 dramatic for the audience?

Shakespeare is a very dramatic playwright and his works continue to affect people today. He evokes his audiences’ emotions, through the use of many dramatic techniques. Romeo & Juliet is…

How Effectively The Writers Of Three Gothic Horror Stories Create Suspense

This essay will look at the way that five different themes create suspense in three gothic fiction stories, from the late 19th century and early 20th century. These are “The…

How is Edward portrayed as ‘the outsider’ in the film Edward Scissorhands?

The film ‘Edward Scissorhands’, directed by Tim Burton, is about a young man called Edward with scissors for hands. He lives in a gothic manor situated on a hill on…

How does Arthur Conan Doyle use features of the detective in chapter 6 of The Hound of the Baskervilles?

“The Hound of the Baskervilles” was written by the famous Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930). Doyle is famous for being the creator of one of literature’s greatest characters – the…

How Does Shakespeare Show the Qualities of Kingship in Henry V

‘If we are marked to die, we are enow.’ These are the famous words spoken by the great king Henry V, the man who could audaciously face death as if…

How successful do I regard Stevenson to be in adding to the sense of tension and mystery in pages 34-60

In pages 34-60, Stevenson uses a number of devices to enhance the sense of mystery and tension. In this essay I will look at the following aspects closely- I will…

How is evil presented in Jekyll and Hyde?

The book Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde was written by Robert Louis Stevenson in 1886, it was based on a dream that Stevenson had about the hypocritical Victorian society that…

How Does Stevenson Build Up Tension In The Novella ‘Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’?

‘The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’ was written by Robert Louis Stevenson, a Scottish writer, and was first published in 1886. It was an instant success, especially…

How does Stevenson represent Victorian society in his novella ‘Dr jekyll and Mr Hyde’

Robert Louis Stevenson implies what Victorian society is like in his novella “the strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde”, by providing the reader with facts and metaphors and…

How does Stevenson present the duality of man in the novel Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

This Gothic Horror follows the story from Mr Utterson’s view. As he tries to discover the relationship between Dr Henry Jekyll and Edward Hyde. The story is developed through his…

How does Stevenson create mystery and suspense in the opening 8 chapters of ;The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’?

Jekyll and Hyde is the dark story written by Stevenson about one man with a split personality, or the ‘beast inside the man’. It was written in 1886 and is…

How do the two Writers differ in their Exploration and Presentation of Evil?

Both books explore evil through a main character. In “The Fifth Child” Ben is the rejected child who interferes, and ruins his family’s life, however Hyde in “Dr Jekyll and…

How is the Dual Nature of Man’s Personality Explored in “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”?

The double nature or duality of man’s personality is explored in great detail in “The strange case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.” Robert Louis Stevenson (the author) wrote “The…

Henry Jekyll is a victim of his time and therefore deserves our sympathy

‘The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’ was written by Robert Louis Stevenson during the Victorian era. This is significant because during this period, society was very different…

How did Stevenson create horror and tension around the character of Hyde?

Robert Louis Stevenson was a famous Scottish author who, in 1886 wrote, the chilling, fictitious novel The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Stevenson generated tension surrounding the…

How does Stevenson represent good and evil in the novel Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

The novel Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was written by a man named Robert Lois Stevenson. The novel was first published in the 19th century and is set in Victorian…

How does Robert Louis Stevenson represent evil in Jekyll and Hyde?

Robert Louis Stevenson intended this tale of The Strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde to be a penny numbers story, which gave us the sense that this was…

How does Stevenson present the conflict between good and evil in ‘Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’?

In this piece of coursework, I will be presenting how Robert Louis Stevenson shows the conflicts between ‘good and evil’. “The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde” is…

Human nature in the novel ‘The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’

R.L Stevenson’s novel, ‘The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’, has been described by many as a parable of the struggle between good and evil, a story of…

How are the Contrasting Characters of Jekyll and Hyde Presented in the Novel?

‘Jekyll and Hyde’ is a late nineteenth century novel that incorporates themes of mystery, medicine and good and evil into a chilling tale. It is about a doctor called Henry…

How does Robert Louis Stevenson present the nature of evil in The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde?

First published in 1886, “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” by Robert Louis Stevenson, tells the story of Mr Utterson’s concern when his friend Dr Henry Jekyll,…

How does Robert Louis Stevenson explore the concept of duality in Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde?

Introduction The Strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde was published in 1886. Robert Louis Stevenson used the concept of duality to show the differences between science and religion….

How Does Stevenson Suggest Both Scientific Peril And Victorian Hypocrisy In Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde?

INTRODUCTION This is an essay to show how Robert Louis Stevenson suggests both scientific peril and Victorian hypocrisy in Dr jekyll and Mr Hyde. The story that R.L.Stevenson writes is…

How does Robert Louis Stevenson explore good and evil in the novel ‘Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’?

In this novel Robert Louis Stevenson has explored many themes as life style and perception as we assume Dr Jekyll is good and harmless because he is a doctor also…

How weather can play a large and important part in the setting of a story

Onpage fifty-four, there is another good example of how weather can play a large and important part in the setting of a story, helping to develop a particular atmosphere. “The…

How does Stevenson present good and evil in “Jekyll and Hyde”?

The Victorian era in general also had its own dual personality, the rich and the poor, the saved and the fallen and the worthy and the disgraced. Cities were no…

How D H Lawrence Depicts the Turning Point in Elizabeth Bates’ Life

I have studied Odour of Chrysanthemums which is a short story written by D H Lawrence. He lived from 1885 to 1930. His father was a coal miner which explains…

Happiness in Marriage is Entirely a Matter of Chance

Marriage is a main theme in Pride and Prejudice. This can be seen by the opening lines of the novel, said by the omniscient narrator, “It is a truth universally…

How Does is the Theme of Marriage Presented in Jane Austen’s novel Pride & Prejudice?

Jane Austen introduces the theme of marriage from the very start of the novel with the famous opening line – ‘It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man…

How Does Jane Austen Develop the Character of Mr Collins in “Pride and Prejudice”?

In Pride and Prejudice, the character of Mr Collins is developed in many different ways. On some occasions, character traits are fully brought to the reader’s attention in one go;…

How Do Pride and Prejudice Affect the Relationship between Darcy and Elizabeth?

Jane Austen wrote Pride and Prejudice in 1813. She was born December 16th 1775 in Basingstoke, and died on 18th July 1817 in Winchester. Only four books of hers were…

Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance

“Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance.” Examine what the reader can deduce about marriage in “Pride and Prejudice” from the authorial voice and the characters’ opinions. Marriage…

How is the central theme of ‘marriage’ presented in ‘Pride and Prejudice’?

How is the central theme of ‘marriage’ presented in ‘Pride and Prejudice’? How has your knowledge of the social/historical contest of the novel contributed to your understanding of the motivations…

How Thornfield projects that good things are going to happen to Jane Eyre during her time there

In the novel Jane Eyre Jane stays in many places, and the style of the place shows how good her life is going to be there. Thornfield is very different…

Holden Caulfield Pastiche

I guessed they would have to come. With the headmaster being so ‘worried’ about me and all. He was that kind of guy. If he thought you were a real…

Holden Caulfield in “The Catcher in the Rye”

Holden’s favourite saying is “if you really want to know the truth.” I am going to give my views on what I feel to be “the truth” about Holden Caulfield….

Holden’s Relationships with Females in “The Catcher in the Rye”

During this essay, I will be discussing how Salinger presents Holden’s relationships with females as throughout the novel he meets several females; however Holden meets many different characters in the…

Holden’s Spiritual Journey in “The Catcher in the Rye”

What is it that defines the infamous teenage years that everyone at one point or another goes through? Is it all the struggle of trying to break through the crowd…

How Does Miller Create Tension and Conflict Between John and Elizabeth

It is evident that the main cause of tension in the scene is the distrust that exists between John and Elizabeth. Miller shows the tension between them by the opening…

How does Shakespeare use the Wedding Scene to Surprise the Audience

In the play ‘Much ado About Nothing’, Shakespeare uses the power of men to surprise the audience in the wedding scene and to give the play an unexpected twist. When…

How Shakespeare Constructs Act 1 And How He Develops It Later On In The Play

Shakespeare construct Act 1 in a very successful way as he uses his devices to set the play in Act 1 and then letting the story unravel in the other…

How in “Much Ado About Nothing” Does Shakespeare Create Dramatic Tension?

“Much Ado About Nothing” is a romantic comedy and conventionally these involve characters whose amorous bliss is disturbed by an unanticipated threat. However this danger is short-lived and their happy…

How Shakespeare Uses His Language and Structure to Reflect the Theme of Battle

The theme of battle is present throughout ‘Much Ado About Nothing’, whether it be with malicious intentions, in playful jest or between wit and emotions. It is an aspect of…

How does Act 4 scene 1 Create a Climax in all That has Happened in the Play so Far?

On the next morning, as the wedding vows were being taken, Claudio suddenly refused his bride. “There, Leonato,” he told the governor, “Take her back again. Give not this rotten…

How does Shakespeare Present Deception in the Play?

Much Ado about nothing is about ‘misapprehensions, misprisions, misunderstandings, misinterpretations, and misapplications’. The plot of the play is based upon deliberate deceptions, some malevolent and others gracious. The deception of…

How Does Jane Austen Present Love and Marriage in “Pride and Prejudice”?

‘Pride and Prejudice’ is a romantic comedy in which Jane Austen implicitly criticises the views on love and marriage conveyed by most people in Regency society. Austen particularly criticises the…

How and How Effectively are Women Presented in “Much Ado About Nothing”?

In this essay I will give a detailed analysis of the language used by both characters; Hero and Beatrice. I will comment and contrast the way in which they speak…

Hero Exposes the Superficial Nature of the Society Shakespeare Creates in this Play

In Much Ado About Nothing, the young lovers Claudio and Hero are pulled apart by the devastating forces of malicious rumours. After having been denounced as a ‘common stale’ at…

How Does Shakespeare Present Attitudes to Love and Marriage at the Beginning of the Play?

The first signs of love and marriage coming into the play are started by Beatrice in act 1 scene 1 line 28. This is Beatrice’s first line in the play…

How Does Shakespeare Reveal the Relationships in “Much A do About Nothing”?

In this essay I am going to write about how Beatrice and Benedick react to each other when they speak to one another. They always have the intention of speaking…

How Would a Contemporary Audience of Much Ado About Nothing Know that it was a Comic Play?

Elizabethan comedy was a big part of the culture. When Elizabeth came to the throne, she reinstated Protestantism as the country’s religion. Many disliked these ideas, many wanted to be…

How Does Shakespeare Make Act 4 Scene 1 Exciting and Dramatic?

Act 4 Scene 1 is a very dramatic and exciting scene, because it give the story that all-important twist. It opens up the story and keeps the suspense going. Shakespeare…

How Shakespeare Creates the Character of Benedick in “Much Ado About Nothing”

Much Ado About Nothing is a romantic comedy by William Shakespeare. The play was first published in 1600 and first performed in the winter of 1598-99. It is set in…

Honour Exhibited in Much Ado About Nothing

Honour plays an imperative role in society, as it clearly distinguishes the diverse classes of individuals. Throughout the play, Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare, honour is a pressing…

How Important to “Much Ado About Nothing” is Act 3 Scene 4?

Act three scene four is a highly important part of the overall play however it was not included in the film version of the Shakespearian production. The scene gives great…

How Does Shakespeare Present the Developing Relationships of the Lovers in the Play?

Shakespeare wrote in a time of theatrical excellence, his love of language and sense of theatre aided him in the production of countless plays and poems. Much Ado About Nothing…

How is the Character of Hero presented in “Much Adoabout Nothing”?

Hero is the beautiful, young and vastly dutiful daughter of Leonato, and cousin of Beatrice. She and Claudio fall in love simultaneously, but when Don John slanders her and Claudio…

Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mocking Bird”

Harper Lee, the American author grew up in the town of Monroeville, Alabama in the depression of the 1930s. The town has physically changed little since the thirties; many original…

How is the Character Atticus Presented in Part 1 of “To kill a Mockingbird”?

In the book “To Kill a Mockingbird”, Atticus Finch is a lawyer and the father of the narrator Scout and her brother Jem. The book is set in the Deep…

How is Racial Tension and Prejudice Portrayed in “To Kill A Mocking Bird”

“To Kill A Mocking Bird” was published 1960, just four years after the start of The American Civil Rights Movement. Many people found the book shocking, as it was written…

Harper Lee Convey Ideas About Prejudice in “To Kill a Mockingbird”

In her novel, To Kill A Mockingbird, Harper Lee, examines various themes very closely, however, one of the more dominant themes is that of prejudice. I shall be arguing that…

Harper Lee Creates a Particularly Vivid Portrait of Maycomb Society

In the novel ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’, there are two main incidents that contribute to the picture of Maycomb society. These incidents are the mad dog episode and the fire…

Harper Lee Wrote “To Kill a Mockingbird” During the 1930s

Harper Lee wrote ‘To kill a mockingbird’ during the 1930s. ‘To kill a mockingbird’ focuses on life in Alabama, but most importantly, it discusses prejudice against African- Americans. Later, in…

How Is Atticus Presented In the Novel?

For Atticus Finch, most things are “as simple as black and white”. In the novel, To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee, there is one character that is able to…

Harper Lee’s Symbolism Contribute to the Overall Effectiveness of “To Kill a Mockingbird”

Symbolism is an important aspect in this novel. Harper Lee was writing in the 1950s, a time when racial tension in America was an important social issue. She said that…

How Does Harper Lee Use the Trial Scene to Show the Social Divides in Maycomb’s Society?

Nelle Harper Lee was born on April 28th 1926 in Monroeville Alabama. She was the youngest of three children and her father was a lawyer. Harper Lee’s background is almost…

How the Black Community is Presented in “To Kill a Mocking Bird”?

‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ is a book set in the 1930’s, in Alabama during the depression where there was much racial tension in the southern parts of the USA. The…

How Does Harper Lee use Irony and Humour in TKAM?

* ‘[Entailment is] a condition of having your tail in a crack.’ This is ironic, as Jem, trying to be the superior, more knowledgeable older sibling, has completely made this…

How are Fathers Presented in the Novel “To Kill a Mockingbird”?

In the novel To Kill a Mockingbird there are five fathers shown and they all are very different from each other. The five different fathers are Atticus, Bob Ewell, Dill’s…

Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” and George Eliot’s “Silas Marner”

Setting: ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’: The setting of every story has a significant role in it as it affects how the people behave and it also gives us an insight…

How does Harper Lee build up Tension Throughout the Novel “To Kill a Mockingbird”?

Harper Lee includes many events in the novel ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ to build up tension. In general, there is not so much tension in the first part of the…

Harper Lee’s Treatment of Black People in “To Kill a Mockingbird”

States, where many people were abducted from Africa, and transported to the southern plantations to work as slaves for the white people. Around this time in the United States there…

Human Behaviour and Prejudice Concerning the Ewells in “To Kill A Mocking Bird”

In ‘To Kill A Mocking Bird’, set about 60 year post the American civil war. We learn how Negro’s are discriminated against purely because of their race. The civil war,…

How is The Theme of Prejudice Explored in Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird”?

Prejudice is the most prominent theme in ‘To kill a mockingbrid’, and it occurs in many different forms throughout the novel. In this essay, I am going to disscuss how…

Harper Lee’s “To kill a Mockingbird”

To what extent does Harper Lee’s ‘To kill a mockingbird’ illustrate the prejudice of the deep south in the 1930’s’. Maycomb is a town full of rules and regulations, to…

How Does Shakespeare Represent Women in Macbeth?

Women in Macbeth are represented in varied ways. However, most of the ways are represented as evil. For example Lady Macbeth and the wives are portrayed as evil and scheming…

How Would A Jacobean Audience See The Events In The Play Differently To A Modern Audience?

From the study of Macbeth, we examine that the lifestyle and time the play was written was totally different compared to today’s modern intake on how several events in the…

How Far is Macbeth Responsible for his Actions Through out the Play?

Macbeth can surely be responsible for the murder of King Duncan and others, but in this piece of coursework I will be describing whether Macbeth is primarily responsible for his…

How Does Shakespeare Create Tension and Excitement in Act 2 Scene 2?

Shakespeare’s play ‘Macbeth’ is set in the heart of Scotland. The king at the time is Duncan, a noble honest king. He has two sons and many nobleman’s and thanes,…

How Far Can the Audience Sympathise with Lady Macbeth?

In the play we see that Lady Macbeth is a multifaceted character – at times she behaves in a way which would make us see her as a “fiend-like monster”;…

How Does Shakespeare Create a Sense of Horror in Act Five Scene One?

As we have seen earlier in the play, Lady Macbeth is strong willed, ruthless, ambitious and potentially psychopathic. In this scene we wonder whether she has lost her sense of…

How Does Shakespeare Create Tension and Atmosphere In the Play?

Shakespeare creates atmosphere and tension in a number of ways. Throughout the essay I will cover the main ways in which he does this in MacBeth. As it is a…

How Does Shakespeare Shape the Perception of Lady Macbeth?

Although the play is named ‘Macbeth’, Lady Macbeth seems to have the most major role and is probably the most well known character, not just in this piece of Shakespeare’s…

How is Kingship Presented in Macbeth?

-Refer closely to the words and actions of Duncan, Malcolm and Macbeth. -Remember to include the role of Edward in England. In Shakespeare’s Macbeth, we are presented with four examples…

How Shakespeare Presents the Witches in Macbeth

The play was written by William Shakespeare in 1606. The story was an old one but the play was new. Shakespeare wrote the play for a performance in front of…

How Does Lady Macbeth Change During The Play?

As Lady Macbeth is clearly one of the most important characters in the play, it is interesting that there is a contrasting view of her from the point when she…

How does Shakespeare Dramatize the Deterioration in Macbeth’s Character?

In the play “Macbeth”, the central focus is intended by Shakespeare to be on Macbeth. Over the duration of Macbeth’s rise to, and position as, monarch of Scotland he shows…

How Does Shakespeare Create a Sense of Evil and Disorder in Act 1 of Macbeth

Shakespeare uses a wide variety of methods as a dramatist to build on Macbeth’s theme, good versus evil. He uses many language and character techniques to create a sense of…

How Far Is Macbeth Responsible For His Own Fate?

The eponym of William Shakespeare’s great tragedy “Macbeth”, undergoes some dramatic characteristic changes throughout the extent of the tragedy. By the time the play has reached its stirring climax, Macbeth…

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