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“LaidLaw” by William McIlvanney

I finished reading “Laidlaw” by William McIlvanney on the bus on the way home from the town. This was ideal because as I was reading I was in the surroundings…

Episode of Piggy’s Death in the Novel ”Lord Of The Flies”

During this episode, Piggy and Ralph set out to castle rock to retrieve Piggy’s glasses from Jacks half of the tribe. Once they arrive jack begins to fight with Ralph…

”Two Kinds” by Amy Tan and ”No Witchcraft for Sale”by Doris Lessing

The two texts that I’m going to be explore are “Two Kinds” by Amy Tan and “No Witchcraft for Sale” by Doris Lessing. “Two Kinds” is about a mother and…

How Poetry Written Centuries Ago is Still Able to Engage Readers Today

Poetry written centuries ago is still able to engage readers today through its expression of universal themes and ideas and also by the techniques and conventions of poetry that assist…

Futility Analysis

Futility is deliberate and sparing. In the alliterative “At home, whispering of fields unsown,” the repeated use of the letter ‘s’ represents the wind blowing over a field. The effect…

What is the Importance of Simon in Lord of the Flies

The character of Simon is featured heavily in the novel, but his personality is quite a mystery to the reader. This essay aims to explore and explain the importance and…

‘Lord Of The Flies’ Novel by William Golding

A plane crashes on an uninhabited island and the only survivors are a group of schoolboys. By day they inhabit a land of bright fantastic birds and dark blue seas,…

”Lord of the Flies” William Golding

Complete a piece of creative writing, charting the story of the boy with the birthmark, until his death on the island. You may wish to start how and why he…

Lord of the Flies – Landscape of the Island

What physical features of the island seem significant? How do Ralph, Jack and Simon respond to the physical landscape & what does this reveal about their characters? A major aspect…

What is Golding Telling us About Society in ‘Lord of the Flies’

Golding is telling us that without rules and organisation, civilisation cannot exist and that there is a beast in everyone, it is just a question if it can be controlled….

Lord Of The Flies – Symbols

In the book Lord of the flies, there are many symbols used by the author, William Golding, to represent and compare facts with the world external to the desert island….

”Lord of the Flies” by William Golding

Lord of the Flies was first published in 1954 and from then on has been read by millions of people whether it would be pupils or adults. The book is…

Importance in the Novel ”Lord of the Flies”

Simon isn’t as important as Ralph or Jack, or even Piggy, until quite late on in the book. However, he is chosen among many other keen boys to go on…

‘Ode to a Nightingale’ by John Keats and ‘To the Skylark’ by Percy Bysshe Shelley

Each of the poems in comparison, both ‘Ode to a Nightingale’ (John Keats) and ‘To the Skylark’ (Percy Bysshe Shelley), are using birds to reveal the deep emotion and pain…

12 Examples of Rhetorical Devices Throughout ”Lord of the Flies”

Chapter 1 On page 7, Ralph speaks to himself, ‘sounding the bass strings of delight,’ when he says ‘Wizzoh!’ This rhetorical device is an example of 50’s dialogue, equivalent to…

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