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To What Extent Does William Golding Portray Mankind As Being Inherently Evil?

Sir William Golding, author of Lord of the Flies, was born on 19th September, 1911 in Cornwall. A rational, scientific view of life was forced on him by his parents,…

Pratt and Melville Shark Poems

In this essay I am going to show how to authors differently represent the same animal. I am going to do this by looking at a number of different poetic…

On the Road: the Fictional Reality by Jack Kerouac

Jack Kerouac wrote On the Road, a story of his journey across America, as a fictional book for personal safety and because he believed fiction had more meaning for a…

The Explanations Of ‘The Fear’ Offered By Ralph, Piggy, Simon and Jack

In chapter 5, ‘The Fear’ is first mentioned on page 102 by Ralph. He is trying to explain that order is breaking up and in this speech Ralph gives he…

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‘Lord of the flies’ by William Golding, Harry Hook, Peter Brooke

‘Lord of the Flies’, written in 1954 by William Golding, is a classic novel about a group of boys being stranded on a island and the way in which they…

”Andif” by Seitlhamo Motsapi and ”I am not that Woman” by Kishwar Naheed

The poems that I am studying are ‘I am not that woman’ written by Kishwar Naheed and ‘Andif’ is written by Seitlhamo Motsapi. Andif is a poem that talks about…

“In Memory of My mother” by Patrick Kavanagh and “For My Mother” by Elizabeth Jennings

In this essay I will compare two great poems, both written by well known poets. The two poems are: “In Memory of My Mother” written by Patrick Kavanagh and the…

To His Coy Mistress” by Andrew Marvell and “The Beggar Woman” William King

This essay has been committed to compare and contrast two poems. One of which is “To His Coy Mistress” authored by Andrew Marvell. He was born on March 31st 1621 and…

Clash of Cultures Coursework

Culture is the term used to describe the set of shared attitudes, values, goals, and practices that characterises an institution, organisation or group. In the stories the idea of culture…

”An Arundel Tomb” by Philip Larkin

Philip Larkin’s “An Arundel Tomb” is a poem which conveys the sight of an observer who is currently present at the tomb using extensive amounts of visual imagery. The main…

East is East and poems Presents from my aunts in Pakistan

This assignment is to look at the film ‘East is East’ and the poems in the anthology the anthology to find the importance of cultural identity. Each of these mediums…

“This Room” by Dharker and “Not my business” by Niyi Osundare

In the poem “This Room” Dharker uses the room as a personified metaphor throughout the whole poem. She talks of the room as if its living, to prove the point,…

Williams Blake: The Lamb and The Tiger Comparison

I have chosen two poems from Williams Blake to compare and contrast. The first poem is called ‘The Lamb’ from his collection of poems called ‘Songs of Innocence’, meaning purity,…

”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…

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