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‘Originally’ and ‘Lanarkshire Girls’ by Carol- Ann Duffy and Liz Lochhead

Compare and contrast two poems, one by each poet, taking account of the methods (situation, form and structure, and language, including imagery and tones) which each poet uses to write…

‘The Good Teachers’ and ‘Lanarkshire Girls’ by Carol- Ann Duffy and Liz Lochhead

Both ‘The Good Teachers’ by Lochhead and ‘Lanarkshire Girls’ by Duffy deal with the theme of adolescent experiences by depicting their own in a recall fashion. Both speakers are now…

‘Lanarkshire Girls’ by Lochhead and ‘Recognition’ by Duffy

Duffy’s ‘Recognition’ and Lochhead’s ‘Lanarkshire Girls’ both speak of a significant moment in the speakers’ lives. The former is a dramatic monologue spoken from the perspective of an older woman…

“Ode to a Nightingale” by John Keats

“In many of his poems, Keats starts out from the familiar and everyday but quickly takes off into different territory.” In the light of this comment, explore Keats’s poetic methods…

“Oranges Are Not The Only Fruit” and “The Colour Purple”

In both novels the narrator of the story seem to have a lot of people surrounding them, however both have someone they can turn to as their role model. Shug…

“Inconceivable” by Ben Elton

I have chosen to read the book “Inconceivable” by Ben Elton. As I do not read books a lot I did not have any real idea what or who I…

he Ode to Psyche by John Keats

The Ode to Psyche by John Keats is the first of a series of Romantic odes written in 1819 in response to personal, political, and social events of the the…

First 6 Letters in The Color Purple Analysis

Remind yourself of the first 6 letters of the color purple [up to the letter first mentioning Shug Avery] a. “these letters are the most interesting part of the novel.”…

The Changeling

“The Changeling” is a striking illustration of how the genius of a great dramatist can transform the most unpromising melodrama into the subject matter of a memorable and harrowing psychological…

”Canterbury Tales” by Geoffrey Chaucer

In Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, the element of irony is frequently used in order to enhance the moral principles of the tales and to mock the flaws in society. This…

A Brief Analysis of ‘A Doll’s House’ By Henrik Ibsen

“A dolls house” was written by Henrik Ibsen and produced by famous actors during the time of the 1800’s; in fact it was the year of 1879 to be precise….

Sliding Beaker Investigation

In this investigation I will be finding out what force will push a beaker along a flat surface the best. The factors which could affect my investigation are: * The…

Radioactive Decay, Nuclear Fission and Nuclear Fusion

The fundamental difference between radioactive decay and nuclear fission is that, whereas radioactive decay is spontaneous, nuclear fission must be induced. In nuclear fission, when an unstable nucleus absorbs a…

The Irony and Puns in ”The Changeling”

“The Irony and Puns in the Changeling Reveal the Characters actions are prompted by an Individual Sexual Drive though they are often unconscious of the fact .”- How far do…

Analysis of “The Colour Purple” – First Three Letters

“The Colour Purple” is an epistolary novel. In the first three letters, the reader is immediately thrust into the world of the protagonist and narrator of “The Colour Purple”, Celie….

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