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Opening Scene of Peter Brook’s Adaptation of William Golding’s “Lord of the Flies”

“Lord of the Flies” is Peter Brook’s adaptation of William Golding’s famous novel. The opening series of grainy black-and-white still photography is not actually in the book but Peter Brook…

Jack London’s ”To Build a Fire”

In Jack London’s “To Build a Fire”, Jack London tells a story of a single man and his dog traveling through a barren, snowy, wilderness in order to reach his…

Frederick Douglass Passage Commentary

Frederick Douglass writes an autobiographical account of his experience escaping from slavery in the American South in 1838. His dense style mirrors the intensity of the experience. Although the escape…

”A Talk in the Park” by Alan Ayckbourn

‘A talk in the park’ is a play of both times. I believe this because times do not seem any different from the play to today. People on the play…

The Black Cottage/ Final Chapter of The Lord of The Flies

Cry of the Hunters, the final chapter of The Lord of The Flies by William Golding and The Black Cottage written by Wilkie Collins are two greatly contrasting accounts if…

“Presents From My Aunts in Pakistan” and “Search For My Tongue”

Personality, appearance and where we stand in life all make up our identity. The country that we grew up in can also have a very strong effect on our identity….

Jack’s and Ralph’s Type of Leadership

Jack’s style of leadership, while more despotic than that of Ralph, is ultimately more effective and realistic, given the circumstances. Discuss with reference to the novel. In this essay I…

A Radio Interview with Jack – Lord Of The Flies

Presenter: Good morning and welcome to H.C.F.M. On the show this morning I shall be talking to jack, the schoolboy who was amongst a number of boys dramatically rescued from…

‘The Whitsun Weddings’ by Philip Larkin

Larkin produces a powerful image for the reader; the stagnant heavy heat of the English summer that transcends from the words on the page to form a palpable experience that…

Louis MacNeice’s ‘Carrickfergus’ and Moniza Alvi’s ‘Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan’

You should consider: * How each poet attempts to show confusion about their identity. * Each poets use of language and imagery. * Significance of structure and verse form in…

‘Search for my tongue’ by Sojata Bhatt and ‘Presents from my Aunts in Pakistan’ by Moniza Alvi

The language in ‘Search for my tongue’ by Sujata Bhatt is very negative in the first section of the poem. She uses a metaphor for her first language as a…

“In The Snack-bar” by Edwin Morgan

“In The Snack-bar” is a poem by Edwin Morgan. It tells the story of an old, blind man’s time in a snack bar in Glasgow. It tells about how he…

The Outlook of Death in Three Poems

Death is life’s only certainty. At the moment when each year – each day – begins to weigh heavy importance, we are forced to circumspect not only on the aspects…

”High Windows” by Phillip Larkin

In this collection there is a running theme of seeing and being seen. The first poem I will refer to whilst exploring this idea is ‘High Windows’. In this poem…

Characters of Ralph and Jack – How do Their Characters Affect Their Leadership Styles?

Ralph represents democracy. He rules with fairness and is not afraid to compromise. The boys on the island follow him through choice and not by force. Ralph plans for the…

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