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“An Inspector Calls” By J. B. Priestly

The major flaws in society were due to the division of the income of one group, to the next. To put this into context, 87% of the countries wealth was…

Kobe Earthquake, Japan

Japan is positioned on the margin of the Eurasian Plate. Where these plates meet it is known as a subduction zone, where effectively one plate slides under the other. Along…

“Mice and Men” by John Steinbeck

To begin with, Curley’s wife is an extremely lonely woman; she has a loveless marriage and no friends out in the ranch. This means she has no one to talk…

Romeo and Juliet – Media Coursework

The two films of Romeo and Juliet I will be studying is Baz Luhrmann’s film in 1997 and Franco Zeffirelli’s in 1968 The Act 1 Scene 1 focuses on the…

A Journey Into The Unknown

As we fell through what we felt was a bottomless hole and tunnel which was all bright and coloured in phosphorescent. We attempted to scream but no sound would escape….

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…

“An Inspector Calls” by J.B. Priestly

JB Priestly showed his ideas, about Edwardians, through the characters and play that he wrote. He thought that during the Edwardian times, everyone wasn’t treated fairly and someone should show…

The Chapter 15 and 16 of “Pride and Prejudice”

The story of ‘Pride and Prejudice’ by Jane Austen revolves around the actual words ‘pride’ and ‘prejudice’. Pride is where a haughty attitude shown by somebody who believes, often unjustifiably,…

Joe-Bob – Creative Writing

Joe-Bob sat despondently in Mr. Martin’s Barbershop at the corner of Kentucky Street, waited to be served. The barbershop was empty because he was early. He was early because he…

“An Inspector Calls” by J. B. Priestley

This is a play set in 1912 as it was written in this year. It was not until 33 years later in 1945 when it was first preformed. The genre…

Superman Pyjamas

We’re here. The walls are clean and white and bare. There is lots of noise, but everyone in the room is quiet: I mean you can hear the noise of…

Diverse Influences “The Chrysalids” by John Wyndham

Throughout any childhood, one is immensely impacted by the influences brought from their peers. In many cases, this pressure can alter one’s lifestyle, in both positive and negative aspects. This…

Conflicting Perspectives Joan of Arc and Julius Caesar

Composers use representation as a means of portraying their particular views or perspectives to a targeted audience to stimulate a response, challenge assumptions or rethink certainties. Representation is a statement…

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…

“Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austin

‘It Is a Truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife.’ This is the first sentence of ‘Pride…

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