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After Looking at the Last section of ‘Lord of the Flies’ is This a Fitting Ending for the Novel?

I think the ending is very fitting to this wonderful novel. The main point that is trying to be put across in the novel is the fact that evil is…

”Catrin” and ”Baby-sitting” by Gillian Clarke

‘Catrin’ and ‘Baby-sitting’ are both written by the poet Gillian Clarke. ‘Catrin’ is a poem with a much softer tone, represented in the long sentences and the calm atmosphere it…

The Poets Carol Ann Duffy and Christina Rossetti

Carol Ann Duffy is a contemporary Scottish poet who was born in Glasgow in 1955. She is in the prime of her career. Her poem ‘Valentine’ is a dramatic but…

Outline Jack’s Rise to Power

Jack, throughout the story, has been portrayed as the sign of evil. But of the other characters who are also portrayed in a similar way, one very important factor that…

Lord of the Flies: Who Would Make the Best Leader?

Before considering a persons’ suitability as a leader it is first important to evaluate exactly what constitutes a good leader. A worthy leader must be mature, confident, able to delegate…

”The Inheritors” by William Golding

‘The Inheritors’ by William Golding is a novel which is entirely out of the ordinary. Set in prehistoric ages, it ponders the idea of what civilisation was like based 50,000…

William Golding Creates a Sense of Place in the Novel ”Lord of the Flies”

William Golding’s use of setting provides a very strong influence on the actions and attitudes of characters in the lord of the flies. We can tell something about the difference…

“Lord of the Flies” and “The House of Eld”

A fable is a short story from which a generalised moral can be drawn. A fable usually contains magical features and talking animals. The settings are usually unrealistic and universal…

What views of Indian Culture are portrayed in ‘A stench of Kerosene’?

‘A Stench of Kerosene’ written by Amrita Pritam, portrays the consequences of the strong influence of Indian culture in a village, which destroys a couple’s marriage. Manak and Guleri have…

”Blessing”, by Imbilz Dharker and ”Night Of The Scorpion” by Nissim Ezelkiel

Write about how ‘Blessing’ and ‘Night Of The Scorpion’ show that people in some cultures have to struggle for things that we take for granted in our culture. ‘Blessing’, by…

”Hitcher”, ”Salome” and ”The Man He Killed”

How do the writers explore and present the themes of conscience, violence and murder in the poems ‘Hitcher’ by Simon Armitage, ‘Salome’ by Carol Ann Duffy and ‘The Man He…

What is the Importance of Simon in Lord of the Flies?

Using the reason that the purpose of Lord of the Flies is to help us understand why humans fight wars we see that he shows what can happen when bullies…

”Planting a Sequoia” by Dana Gioia

Planting a Sequoia is a poem written by Dana Gioia. The poem is about a father whose son had just died. He and his brothers bury the child in the…

”London” by William Blake and ”Composed on Westminster Bridge” by William Wordsworth

Blake’s poem ‘London’ and Wordsworth’s poem ‘Composed on Westminster Bridge’ at first glance present London in contrary ways. Figuratively, Blake’s London resembles the dark depths of an underground chamber that…

To At Least Four Different Poems, Explore How Cultural Identity Is Represented By The Various Poets

The four poems I have selected to focus on all portray a cultural identity in their own unique way. ‘Wherever I hang’ and ‘The Fat Black Woman Goes Shopping’, are…

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