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Working With Leading People British Airways

This is an informal report for British Airways, regarding new Business Graduate Project Teams; detailing the process of identifying, advertising and selecting the possible recruits. Draft Personal Specification for Project…

Winding Up the Company

Our business has reached to dissolution because of: * The partnership is no longer profitable, and therefore there is no reason to carry on the business. * We do not…

Working With and Leading People

‘A team is a small number of people with complementary skills who are committed to a common purpose, performance goals and approach, for which they hold themselves mutually accountable’. (Katzenbach…

Walt Disney: Case Study

Introduction Walt Disney, simultaneously with its subsidiaries, is a diversified entertainment company. The wideness and depth of Walt Disney’s merchandise and service portfolio presents it with substantial strength. The company’s…

What Effect Does Age Have on the Breathing Rate and Heart Rate During Exercise?

Introduction: The experiment is based upon the idea that heart and breathing rate changes after exercise to a certain extent in different ages. During exercise an individual needs to obtain…

When Does Childhood Obesity Become Abuse?

When does childhood obesity become abuse? Obesity is plaguing America’s children with a multitude of health problems — now there’s a new risk to be added to the list: shorter…

Which 6 Carbon Sugar Would be Most Suitable for Yeast Fermentation by Energy Efficiency?

Introduction Many yeasts are anaerobic organisms or can survive in oxygen – absent environments during which time they ”switch” to a process called anaerobic respiration for the purpose of producing…

What is the Amount of DNA Extracted from Different Fruits?

Hypothesis: The DNA extracted from the strawberry will be the greatest amount due to their softness and pulverization. They have large genomes being an octoploid. This means that they have…

What Infuences Blood Pressure

Hypothesis Obesity is one of the factors influencing increase of systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Nowadays, obesity is a big problem among mankind especially in well-developed countries. The statistics show…

What are the Different Religious Approaches to Human Cloning?

Biomedical sciences have made not only important advances for mankind, in addition, their research and experimentation have brought about heated debates touching on what “we” hold dear, and that is:…

We are Intolerant of People Who are Different

There have been prevailing conflicts between various distinctive groups of people today because of their difficulties in reconciling with one another. “Different” people have been usually considered ‘The Other’, those…

What Have Been the Effects of Urban Change in Southampton?

The enquiry question that I am going to investigate is “What have been the effects of urban change in Southampton?” I will need to find out what the city previously…

Why Is There A Need For World Development?

Millions of people around the world are suffering from starvation and poverty. The reason for this is many countries are not as privileged as others. These countries are knows as…

What Were the Most Important Influences Affecting Middle Class Housing Between 1918 and 1970?

In 1918, Britain’s middle class was larger than it had ever been before. The increase in clerical and service industry jobs meant a greater percentage of the population was doing…

Write a Business Plan Which I Would Set Up Within My School

For my year 11 GCSE coursework I have been set the task to write a business plan which I would set up within my school. From what I already know…

World Lit Essay – Chronicle of a Death

Religion has been a vital part of society throughout history, it is therefore not surprising that it is major in the in throughout the novels One Day in the Life…

What is the purpose of Gregors metamorphosis?

Statement of Intent In this composition, I plan to elucidate the specific purpose of Gregor Samsa’s metamorphosis. The Metamorphosis by Frank Kafka strangely opens with a climax of the protagonist…

Wisdom Demands Sacrifice

½mile Nelligan’s personal poem, “Before Two Portraits of my Mother”, explores the life journey people experience in order to attain wisdom. Nelligan’s diction conveys a tone of joy and despair,…

World Assignment

Statement of Intent Ten years have passed since the brothers last met. It was then when in the small parish church, two weddings had taken place quietly and almost without…

World Literature; Poetic Adaption of the Outsider

For my World Literature Assignment 2 I chose to write an assignment under the 2b section; an imaginative or creative assignment. The ensuing piece will be based on The Outsider…

What is a Real Friendship

According to everybody, a friend is explained in a friend in a different way. Sometimes, friend is faithful for a person who has been betrayed. Sometimes, friend can be shared…

Why do People Have Such Different Opinions of the 1960s?

To some people the 1960s were the best of times where as others disagreed. Many of the younger people enjoyed life in the 60s because of all the new fashions…

Who is Essentially Responsible for the Hangings of the So-called Witches of Salem?

‘The Crucible’ is a play written by the author Arthur Miller. The play revolves around several 1690’s witchcraft trials. The book unravels the lies and secrets of the characters in…

Whiskey with William

I’ll always remember that night, that wonderful night, so peaceful, so quiet. That was the last night I ever sat round the charred oak table drinking a few with William….

What Sort of Parents are the Birlings?

J.B.Priestly presents Mr and Mrs Birling as traditional parents, who are very conscious of their social ranking, and are determined to at the least maintain it. Throughout the play the…

Wuthering Heights Passage 5

Passage is a conversation between Nelly and Heathcliff about Isabella. The passage begins with Nelly speaking to Heathcliff. She discusses the lifestyle of Isabella past, and suggests that she that…

What is the Function of the Inspector?

JB Priestly wrote ‘An Inspector Calls’ in 1945. It’s a play that is set in 1912 in the industrial town of Brumley. The story follows the Birling family as an…

What you sow, so you reap

I remember the day, March 22nd 1528. I was walking in the streets of Braseham minding my own business when I came to a white, plain house whose extravagantly decorated…

What is the role of the Bedlam in “The Roses of Eyam by Don Taylor?”

“The Roses of Eyam” is a play written by Don Taylor in which a small village in Derbyshire is infected with the Bubonic Plague. After the deaths of many villagers,…

Why I love the opening sequence of Steven Spielbergs Jaws

At first I thought an old fashioned film from 1975 would be boring but I was wrong. “Jaws” is a fantastic film, although it can be spine chilling at times….

What Makes Act 1 Scene 1 Of “Romeo & Juliet” Such An Effective Opening

Act 1 Scene 1 of Romeo and Juliet is an effective start to the play for many reasons. It helps set the story and this scene very well, and introduces…

War Of The Worlds

Pitch black skies, towering metallic three legged monsters makes Spielberg’s extraordinary remake of the brilliant and intriguing H G Well’s classic novel “War Of The Worlds” its a must see…

What view of human nature does Stevenson present in the novel The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde?

The title chosen by the author, Robert Louis Stevenson is, ‘The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’. From the title the reader can predict that the novel is…

Why Does the Story of Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde both Fascinate and Appal The Victorian Audience?

The story of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde was written by an author called Robert Louis Stevenson. It was written in 1886 in the heart of the Victorian era, a…

Why does Stephenson explore the duality of man(TM)s nature in Strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde(TM)?

‘The Strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’ was a novella in 1886 by Robert Louis Stephenson. The story is set in Victorian London, besides the fact that Stephenson…

What Do We Learn About Women’s Lives in the Late Eighteenth Century?

In Jane Austen’s short stories, Love and Friendship, we see an amusing, satirical insight into the lives of women in the Eighteenth Century England. We can learn a lot about…

Why Would it Degrade Cathy to Marry Heathcliff?

Emily Bronte’s 20th Century novel “Wuthering Heights” portrays the pressured lives of two young lovers forced apart by their up bringing and social differences. The undying passion of Cathy and…

Women in the Late 18th and 19th Centuries in “Pride and Prejudice”

Throughout her novels, Jane Austen writes many things in relation to the status of women and how important marriage was to them in regency England. This essay will discuss how…

Women’s lives in the late eighteenth century

From a reading of Jane Austen’s short stories what do we learn about women’s lives in the late eighteenth century? Jane Austen’s collection of short stories, “Love & Friendship”, give…

Was life easier for the young ladies of ‘Pride and Prejudice’ than it is for young ladies today?

At a first glance, this subject seems straightforward. Today’s young women have more opportunities, more freedom and are generally better educated than the women of the early nineteenth century; surely…

What do you Find Interesting in McEwan’s Portrayal of Jed Parry?

“Enduring Love” is said to be a book about contradicting the standards of literature, blurring the reader’s perceptions of characterisation and narrative trust. Through various shifts in narrator McEwan portrays…

Why And How Does The Introduction Of The Sub-Plot Link With The Novel So Far?

The introduction of the Mrs Logan sub-plot helps to emphasise and create parallels with the main story. The sub-plot appears after the argument between Clarissa and Joe. The dispute between…

What is Your Interpretation of McEwans Portrayal Of Jed Parry in Chapters 7,8 and 10

I think one of the most interesting aspects of ‘Enduring Love’ is subtly and gradually learning more about McEwan’s characters as we watch them progress throughout the novel. All the…

What is the Importance of Joe’s Visit to Oxford in Chapters 13 and 14?

In chapter’s thirteen and fourteen of the novel, Joe’s visit to Oxford to visit Mrs Logan, widow of John Logan is of great significance to the story as a whole….

What Part Does the Theme of Marriage Play in Mrs. Dalloway?

In the novel Mrs. Dalloway, which follows a day of Clarissa and those whose lives brush hers, illustrates the futile artificiality of upper class lives. Portrayal of marriage reflects the…

What is the Significance of Act 4 Scene 1 in “Much Ado About Nothing”

For my coursework I have to write an essay on ‘the significance of act 4 scene 1 in ‘Much Ado About Nothing’. In this essay I am going to write…

What are the Different Forms of Deception that Occur in the Play and What is their Effect?

Much Ado About Nothing, by William Shakespeare, is a play about misperceptions, love and the overall comedy of relationships. The main plot revolves around a young couple, Hero and Claudio,…

What is the Dramatic Significance of Act 2 Scene 1 in “Much Ado About Nothing”

In ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ Act 2 Scene 1, the main plots are issued to the audience preparing us for the rest of the play. This scene is very important…

What Advice Would you Give to Beatrice When Responding to Benedick?

Arguably, Beatrice can be considered to be the main character in Shakespeare’s “Much Ado about Nothing”. Through her melodrama, Shakespeare provides us with a rare and lovable character. Hence, great…

What Impressions Would An Audience Have Of The Principal Characters’ Attitudes to Marriage?

Impressions are the ‘marked images and effects made on the mind and senses’. A villain would never say ‘I am evil’ or ‘I am a villain’ during a performance, but…

What Will an Audience Find to Enjoy in ‘Much Ado About Nothing’?

Much Ado About Nothing is a short play by Shakespeare, which has comedy, romance, suspense and a lot of drama twisted into several hundred lines of verse. The ending is…

What do we Learn about the Society of Messina in the play “Much Ado About Nothing”?

The elaborate society of Messina is an apposite setting for the plot of Much Ado About Nothing being based upon premeditated deceptions, full of social grace ideals, packed with entertainment…

Why Does Shakespeare use the Dramatic Device of a Masked Dance in Act 2 Scene I?

Much Ado About Nothing is one of Shakespeare’s many comedies, written in 1598. Ado means ‘fuss’ so the title ‘ Much Ado About Nothing’ suggests the play is basically a…

What do we Learn About the Society of Messina in the Play ‘Much AdoAbout Nothing’?

Society: 1- Human beings considered as a group, 2 – Organized Community, 3 – Structure and institutions of such a community, 4 – upper class or fashionable people. Society can…

Why Shakespeare Requires Two Pairs of Lovers in “Much Ado About Nothing”

Overall I beleive that Shakespeare deliberately decided to have two sets of lovers to provide the reader/audience with contrasting perspectives on similar situations. The themes of the play are courship,…

What do we Learn about Jane Austen’s Society in these Chapters?

She had lived a privileged life and was able to spend much time observing others and using those observations to draw portraits in words of characters for her novels. She…

What is the Significance of the Title of the Novel to the Story as a Whole?

The significance of the title to the story is that as the story goes on we see that there are more than just the obvious mockingbirds, e.g. Tom Robinson. Also…

What Do We Learn About Maycomb Society in “To Kill a Mockingbird”

Harper Lee was born in 1926 and lived in a small, under populated county in Southwest Alabama called Monroeville, (Maycomb is a fictional representation of Monroeville) her father was a…

What Do We Learn About Scout in Chapters Two and Three?

In Chapters two and there we learn a lot about Scout. She learns many lessons from Atticus, Miss Caroline and her meetings with Walter Cunningham. Scouts first day at school…

Why Has Harper Lee Show Us the Law and Justice in Maycomb in the 1930’s?

The main subject in this story is the trial of Tom Robinson, the man who has been accused of raping Mayella Ewell by her father, Bob Ewell. Tom Robinson is…

What Kinds of Prejudice are Revealed in “To Kill a Mockingbird”?

In a book by Harper Lee we learn about how much prejudice is going on in situations that we don’t even know about. The book he wrote “to kill a…

What is the Significance of the Title: “To Kill a Mockingbird”?

“To kill a mocking Bird” is a play written in the 1960’s, but it is set in 1930’s America. The play is set in a small southern state of America…

What do Jem and Scout Discover about Atticus in Chapter 10

In Chapter 10, Jem and Scout go through a phase where they’re ashamed of their father, as everyone else’s fathers are achievers, while Atticus has no attribute with which the…

What is There to Admire and Sympathise with in Elizabeth Bennet for the Modern Reader?

Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice was first published between 1813 and 1817 and tells the story of the Bennet family and primarily their daughter, Elizabeth. The modern reader may not…

What Does Scout Learn During the Course of the Novel?

During the three years that the novel takes place Scout, the narrator steps back into the skin of the young Jean Louis Finch. The novel is about the education of…

What do you think Lee has to say About being a Father in “To Kill a Mockingbird”?

In the book To Kill a Mockingbird Lee clearly shows us her views about fathers via Scout. She uses to retrospective narrative to voice her opinions and it confirms our…

Why is the Incident With the Mad Dog Important to Jem’s Development?

The mad dog incident is significant to Jem’s development: transition from childhood to adulthood. In this scene Jem’s respect for Atticus is taken to another level when he realises that…

What Important Lessons do the Children Learn in Part I of “To Kill a Mockingbird”?

The book ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’, was written by Harper Lee in 1960, and was based on her previous experiences as a child. She was a tomboy as a child…

What Does ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Teach us About Small Town America in the 1930s?

Harper Lee’s novel ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ is set in the American Deep South in the mid-thirties. The story takes place in the small town of Maycomb in the state…

What Is The Importance Of “Atticus Finch” in “To Kill A Mocking Bird” by Harper Lee?

This poignant story takes place in the rural American South during the Depression Era and courageously takes on the issue of racial prejudice. Atticus Finch, an unforgettable lawyer and an…

What Does the Reader Learn about the Social Setting in “To Kill A Mockingbird”?

Harper Lee, the author of the compelling novel, ‘To Kill A Mockingbird,’ created the town of Maycomb and placed it in the southern sate of Alabama. The novel set in…

What is a Mockingbird?

“It’s a sin to kill a mocking bird” (90). When Atticus Finch says this in Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird, what does he really mean? Mockingbirds are simple creatures;…

What Ways Does the Character of Macbeth Change Between Act I and Act III?

In this piece of coursework, I will be arguing the points for and against the change of the character Macbeth in the play ‘Macbeth’. The play ‘Macbeth’ written by William…

Whose Character do you Find More Interesting Macbeth or Lady Macbeth?

Shakespeare presents a profoundly psychological portrayal of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth in this play. This makes both characters interesting and intriguing. At the start of the play Macbeth is considered…

Why is Act Two Scene Two an Important Scene in ‘Macbeth’?

Act two Scene two from the Shakespeare play ‘Macbeth’ is very important to the play. We see in this scene Macbeth’s reaction to having just killed his king, Duncan. At…

What Dramatic Techniques are Used in Shakespeare’s “Macbeth”

Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’ uses a variety of techniques and devices to convey aspects of the play to its readers. These being the setting, conversations, the use of characters as vehicles and…

What Is The Significance Of Act 1 Scene 7 To The Rest Of The Play?

This essay is going to answer the question, ‘what is the significance of act one scene seven to the rest of the play’. The essay will do this by stating…

Who is Responsible for the Death of King Duncan?

In many cases, murders have only one sole guilty party onto whom the responsibility for their crimes must be placed. Quite often, this is bestowed upon the character who administers…

Who is Responsible for the Evil in “Macbeth”?

During this essay I am going to discuss the actions of MacBeth, Lady MacBeth and the Witches. I am going to take into consideration the way that Shakesphere presents them…

Who is Most Responsible for the Death of King Duncan?

The Play Macbeth was drafted by Sir William Shakespeare, it is an intriguing tale of murder, covetousness, deception and witchcraft. It is the story of Macbeth. His rise and his…

Was Duncan a Weak King?

Historically Duncan was a weak King. To what extent do you think he is a good king or an ineffective king in Shakespeare’s presentation of him in Macbeth? In your…

Who or What is Responsible for the Downfall of Macbeth?

There can be no doubt that Macbeth’s gradual downfall begins when he and Banquo encounter the three witches. Clearly, the two of them have different reactions to the witches. Banquo…

What are Your First Impressions of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth?

The play opens on a ghostly, supernatural note with the three witches brewing a spell amidst thunder and lightning as an omen of what is to come. The incantation is…

What Role Does the Supernatural play in “Macbeth”?

In order to understand the true influence of witchcraft in Shakespeare’s Macbeth, you must first look at the context it was written in. Macbeth was written just after the turn…

Who is Responsible for Macbeth’s Downfall?

At the beginning of the play Macbeth knew nothing about his coming future neither about his downfall until he met three unknown beings. He had recently shown his courage in…

Why Did Shakespeare Begin ‘Macbeth’ With this Scene?

Shakespeare’s Globe theatre stood on the south bank of the River Thames and was London’s most popular attraction. During Shakespeare’s career there were many other public attractions competing to grab…

What is a Witch? Macbeth

What is a witch? The Colllins Gem Dictionary and Thesaurus defines a witch as a person, usually female believed to practise (black) magic. It also goes on to describe a…

William Shakespeare’s play “Macbeth”

William Shakespeare’s Macbeth is a play whose plot is propelled by various murders/deaths done out of greed, fear and revenge. It explores the nature of various types of murder and…

Was Lady Macbeth in Control of Macbeth’s Fate?

We cannot deny that Lady Macbeth did contribute to Macbeth’s downfall although she wasn’t alone in this act. Many other things did affect the tragedy; the witches who cruelly deceived…

When Did Good Woman Play Bad Woman Well?

To classify a person as ‘good’ or ‘bad’ is a very general and dangerous action. Oscar Wilde however poses the question ‘what makes a good and a bad person?’ throughout…

What do we Learn from Macbeth about the Qualities Required of a Good King or Leader?

Early on in Macbeth, we are shown the qualities that must be possessed to be a good king or leader through the reign of Duncan. He shows us the qualities…

What Are a Customer and why are they Important?

A customer is defined as someone who pays for goods or services from another individual, business or organisation. Customers are extremely important to the world’s financial system because without them…

William Blake’s ‘London’ and William Wordsworth’s ‘Composed on Westminster Bridge’

William Blake and William Wordsworth were both poets of the romantic era. William Wordsworth’s ‘composed on Westminster Bridge’ and William Blake’s ‘London’, are poems written in Georgian times, around the…

William Wordsworth and William Blake have both written about the city of London

William Wordsworth and William Blake have both written about the city of London, consider about how they present the city to the reader and how both give a different view…

WilliamBlake’s poems – London Poem

‘London’ steadily builds up increasingly comprehensive answers to its initial problem of why every face shows, ‘marks of weakness and woe’. With its ‘midnight streets’, it is true; London is…

What is Customer Service?

Many business organisations have different definitions of customer service. For example, according to the Chartered Institute of Marketing, “Customer Service is what your business delivers to achieve customer satisfaction”. Another…

Why was London the inevitable starting point for news publication in serial form?

Fleet Street is the area in London that runs from Temple Bar eastwards to Ludgate Circus. It includes the Strand, Blackfriars Road, and Farringdon Street. London, especially Fleet Street, is…

William Wordsworth’s composed upon Westminster Bridge and William Blake’s London

The two poems I have studied are on the same topic and were written around the same time but there treatment of the subject matter is very different. Blake’s poem…

William Blake in ‘The Tyger’ and Ted Hughes in ‘The Jaguar’

3) Compare the ways William Blake in ‘The Tyger’ and Ted Hughes in ‘The Jaguar’ use language to make us aware of the power of the animals. Tigers and Jaguars…

William Blake: Freedom and Repression

Freedom is a key concept in Blake’s poetry. The transformation from Inccocnece to Experience shows how freedom is transformed into a constrained repression when an individual discovers more about the…

William Blake’s Poem ‘London’ With William Wordsworth’s ‘Composed Upon Westminster Bridge’ in 1802

William Blake and William Wordsworth both lived in the 18th-19th century and both had very different views on the world even though they were both romantic composers and wrote about…

What is Customer Service in Leisure and Tourism?

According to Colins leisure and tourism customer service involves all contact the customer as well as products and services the organisation offers. More simply it is putting the customer first…

What is the Significance of Chapter one of ‘Great Expectations’ in Relation to the Novel as a Whole?

‘Great Expectations’ is well known for being a dark atmospheric novel, set in 19th century Victorian England. Dickens opens chapter one by introducing literary devices such as personificaton, emotive imagery,…

What Role does Social Class play In Great Expectations?

Social class is central throughout the novel, and is the basis of which the plot is woven around. At the start of the novel Pip looks at the graves of…

What Reasons Are There To Sympathise With Macbeth?

Macbeth is a play written by William Shakespeare in the early 17th century. It is about a man named Macbeth and the path his life takes. His ambitions and dreams…

Wind by Ted Hughes

Ted Hughes poem ‘Wind’ is about a person who is living in a house that is in the middle of a raging storm. The poem makes the house feel insecure,…

Who is responsible for the evil in ‘Macbeth’?

There is a lot of evil in the play of ‘Macbeth’ and I feel that Macbeth himself is responsible for this. At the beginning of the play we meet our…

What Dramatic Effect Does Shakespeare Aim For In Act 2, Scene 2?

What dramatic effect does Shakespeare aim for in Act 2, Scene 2? How does he achieve it? How do the events in this scene relate to other sections of the…

What advice would u give to the actress playing Lady Macbeth in Act 2, Scene 2?

First of all I would talk to the actress about the qualities I want her to bring out in the character, the ways in which her feelings change and the…

What reaction does Macbeth’s letter produce on Lady Macbeth

What reaction does Macbeth’s letter produce on Lady Macbeth and how does she assure him that she would take charge of the business? What do you learn about the character…

Why Does Macbeth Change his Mind Twice?

The play is entitled The Tragedy of Macbeth. This suggests that the main character is a tragic hero. This implies the downfall of a man of great standing, intelligence and…

What Does “Macbeth” have to say About The Idea Of Kingship?

“Macbeth” was a play written by William Shakespeare, written in the early part of King James I of England and VI of Scotland. “Macbeth” is a play about a captain…

Work organisation and society

The field of management has been devoted much of studies and researches since the beginning of the twenty-first century. From the classical management theory to the professionalisation of management, from…

Working conditions in the 1820’s to 1996

In this essay I am going to be looking at working conditions in the 1820’s to 1996. Also I am going to compare the differences and similarities between the to…

What human resources do?

The are lots of duties and responsibilities of human resource department like make sure that the right person is doing the right job. One thing human resource do is interview…

What Way Does Dickens Create Vivid Images of Character in “Great Expectation”

Charles Dickens wrote “Great Expectations” in 1860. It is known for being a dark, atmospheric novel, set in 19th Century. Dickens is widely known today for the success of his…

What is the Effect of the first Person Narrative Technique used by Dickens in ‘Great Expectations’?

I will be discussing the first person narrative technique Dickens uses in his novel ‘Great Expectations’, a ground-breaking book of its time. In the novel Dickens writes in the first…

What Charles Dickens Has to Say about Class in the Novel “Great Expectations”

Charles John Huffam Dickens is considered by many as one of the greatest English novelists. He was born on February 7th 1812. His father was a clerk in the Naval…

What Techniques Does Dickens use to Create Sympathy?

Great Expectations is about the character Pip who starts off in the book as a young orphan boy living with his strict older sister Mrs Joe Gargery and her mild…

Why is Wemmick in Great Expectations?

Wemmick is in Great Expectations for many reasons. Firstly he has a two sided character one is his work side and the other is his personal side. This is shown…

What is the Significance of Chapter one of ‘Great Expectations’?

‘Great Expectations’ is well known for being a dark atmospheric novel, set in 19th century Victorian England. Dickens opens chapter one by introducing literary devices such as personificaton, emotive imagery,…

What does Pip Have to Learn in Order to Achieve Some Measure of Contentment?

After reading the compelling ‘Great Expectations’ by the famous writer Charles Dickens, I can gather that it is based upon his own psychological insight to life. He makes connections in…

What does Shakespeare Show Us About Father Daughter Relationships?

Relationships have played a crucial role throughout our history. One of the most important being the relationship between a father and his daughter. They are still brought to our attention…

Who Or What Do You Think Has The Most Influence on Pip’s Development And For What Reasons?

Through the characters Dickens has created in “Great Expectations” he paints a picture to show us the way in which people’s actions are influenced wholly by those they come into…

Which Two Settings in ”Great Expectations” did You Find Most Effective?

Charles Dickens is renowned through out literature for his skills of vivid description and imagery. In Great Expectations he uses many effects to create settings of emotion throughout the novel….

What is The Most and Least Trustworthy Source of Knowledge?

Abel’s book, Man Is The Measure, discusses nine different sources of knowledge. These are: sense perception, logic, intuition, self awareness, memory, authority, consensus gentium, revelation and faith. However not all…

Writing Skills for Journalists

This opinion article tries to outline why the destruction of New York is presented in films and takes the 11th September terrorist attack as a case study and it attempts…

Why Judge?

“If you judge people, you’ll you have no time to love them”, Mother Teresa stated a strong truth into the world while she was here. Her idea of stereotyping is…

What Is A Perfect Family?

To define a perfect family, one must first define the question: what is a perfect family. A family is “Two or more people who share goals and values, have long-term…

What is Ethnography

“Ethnography is a predominantly qualitative research style using a set of methods in which the researcher takes part overtly or covertly in people’s lives for an extended period of time,…

What System are You Using at Present, and How Does it Work?

The end user has a warehouse in Bolton. Customers come into the shop to purchase quantities of different types of fittings. The stock information must be updated on-line, and a…

Why be Good?

What does “being good,” mean? Are integrity and character important? Is being “ethically fit” beneficial to us in the here and now? Philosophers, spiritual thinkers, and religious leaders have pondered…

What is Temperament?

Temperament is a person’s characteristic mood, sensitivity to stimulation, and energy level. These mood related personality characteristics constitute early building blocks for an individual’s later personality. Describe one way in…

Willa Cather’s Characterization Technique in Neighbor Rosicky

” Neighbor Rosicky “, written in 1928 and collected in the volume Obscure Destinies in 1932, is generally considered one of Willa Cather’s most successful short stories. It is a…

Writing a Historical Book Review

Writing a book review as an assignment in a history course is designed to promote at least four important objectives: (1) effective writing, (2)) substantive knowledge about a particular historical…

Would a Tuckshop be a Successful Business Proposition?

The business that I am assessing the advantages and disadvantages of in order to determine whether it would be a successful business venture is a tuck shop. The measures I…

Warm Up and Cool Down for Athletics

Warm up An adequate structured warm up period (10-30 minutes) that first exercises the large muscle groups (jogging or striding), that brings about perspiration and a rise in the core…

Waiting for the Train

I was sitting alone in Pearse Station waiting for a train one morning. I was twenty minutes early and it was fifteen minutes late. Trains generally are. They use, as…

What is a Hurricane?

A hurricane is a violent tropical revolving storm with heavy rainfall and strong winds. Causes? Step 1: Warm seas 26-27 degrees Step 2: Air above heats up Step 3: Convection…

What Factors Affect the Cooling of Hot Water in a Container?

Hypothesis: In this investigation I am going to look into the factors, which affect the heat transfer of hot water in a container. Heat will travel from a place that…

What are News Values and Why are They Important in Constructing News?

All media institutions go through a process of deciding what items are news worthy or not before they include them for incorporation in the news. News Values are the various…

What Issues/Themes Does the Story ‘Your Shoes’ Raise?

During this essay, I am going to explain what issues are raised in the story ‘Your Shoes’. Many different issues are raised throughout this piece of writing. To back up…

Why Were the Police Unable to Catch Jack the Ripper?

There are three key things that contributed to the fact that Jack the Ripper wasn’t caught. These are the lack of technology, the mistakes the police made and in my…

War Photographer

This essay is going to compare the war poems ‘war photographer’, ‘Love letters of the dead: commando intelligence briefing’, ‘I was only nineteen’ and ‘dulce et decorum est’ to find…

What is The Importance of Simon in ‘Lord of the Flies’

– The importance of the part Simon plays in the plot – How Simon is different from the other boy’s – What Simon might represent – The ways the writer…

William Golding’s “Lord of the Flies”

Both Lord of the Flies and Malachi’s Cove deal with the relationship between humans and nature but ultimately their message is concerned with human nature. Explain and discuss. Before I…

William Golding Creates a Sense of Place in the Novel ”Lord of the Flies”

William Golding’s use of setting provides a very strong influence on the actions and attitudes of characters in the lord of the flies. We can tell something about the difference…

What views of Indian Culture are portrayed in ‘A stench of Kerosene’?

‘A Stench of Kerosene’ written by Amrita Pritam, portrays the consequences of the strong influence of Indian culture in a village, which destroys a couple’s marriage. Manak and Guleri have…

What is the Importance of Simon in Lord of the Flies?

Using the reason that the purpose of Lord of the Flies is to help us understand why humans fight wars we see that he shows what can happen when bullies…

What is the Importance of the Beast in ‘Lord of the Flies’?

The novel ‘Lord of the Flies’ is written by the author William Golding to reflect what he saw was happening to the world during the Second World War. The novel…

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