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Ayckbourns “Drinking Companions”

The set, lighting and music for Ayckbourns Drinking Companions should, as stated in the stage directions, be in a hotel bar, so a table with three chairs around it should…

Referring To Poems From Different Cultures

In this essay I will be comparing three poems, all concerning the social acceptance and positions of different cultures. The three poems are: ‘Search For My Tongue’ by Sujata Bhatt,…

”Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan” and ”An unknown girl” by Moniza Alvi

In both poems ‘Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan’ and ‘An Unknown Girl’ by Moniza Alvi, contrasts in cultures are heightened by the perspectives of the respective characters in the…

Browning’s Characters Have for Murdering Their Victims in Three of his Dramatic Monologues

Robert Browning was an English poet who lived from 1812-1889. He was known for his use of dramatic monologue. Three of Browning’s best known dramatic monologues are; My Last Duchess,…

“Lord of the Flies” by William Golding

“Lord of the Flies” is an allegory by William Golding, and is set on an island paradise that is a microcosm of the world. One of the main ideas in…

Comparing and Contrasting Poems

Culture, tradition and faith, ‘The Night of the Scorpion’ by Nissim Ezekiel and ‘Sacrifice’ by Taufiq Rafat are two poems that revolve around these themes. The poets question and criticise…

Comment on Golding’s use of Symbolism and Imagery in “The Lord of the Flies”

“The Lord of the Flies” was first published in 1954 by Faber and Faber Limited. It was written by William Golding (1911-93), who decided to write it because he wanted…

Show How Any Two Writers Use The Setting of Their Story to Generate Conflict

The two stories I have chosen are The Young Couple and The Red Ball. I have begun with The Young Couple. In the Young Couple, the setting of the story…

William Golding’s “Lord of the Flies”

William Golding’s “Lord of the Flies” follows a party of British boys stranded on a paradise island and it follows their descent from civilisation to savagery and brutality. Golding’s experience…

How Does the Opening Prepare the Reader for the Rest of the Novel Lord of the Flies?

In this essay I will be answering how the opening prepares the reader for the rest of the novel. I will look at how the book introduces Ralph and Piggy…

Write an Epilogue to ”Lord of the Flies”

The island was ablaze in bright fierce flames, he panicked, where could he hide? If he was not burnt by the flames, Jack and his tribe were sure to find…

Ralph is Changed by His Experiences on the Island

Ralph is changed by his experiences on the island. How does Golding show this? The Lord of the Flies is a book written by William Golding published in 1954. It…

”Nothing Changed” and ”Two Scavengers in a Truck, Two Beautiful People in a Mercedes”

In this piece of coursework I am going to compare `Nothing Changed ` and `Two Scavengers in a Truck, Two Beautiful People in a Mercedes` and see if segregation is…

William Golding

William Golding was born in St Columb Minor in Cornwall in 1947. He lived in a house and his bedroom overlooked a green where boys would play football. For his…

Comparison between Peter Brookes film and Golding’s novel of Lord of the Flies

The film version of ‘Lord of the Flies’ begins with a collage at the start of the film. It takes the main issues of the book such as the chaos…

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