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The sons

The mother doesn’t marry again because of her son. Hardy presented it that way and he also purposely made the son look bad. He wanted the reader to react like the statement shows. Hardy wanted the mothers sacrifice to make a big impact on the reader but there is a chance that he never wanted […]

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Saving Private Ryan

Analyse the methods used to make the opening battle sequence of “Saving Private Ryan” both shocking and realistic and say how effective you find it as an introduction to the filmFive times Academy Award winner, “Saving Private Ryan” shows the adventures of eight men risking their lives against impossible odds. Director, Steven Spielberg captures the […]

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Comment on the growth of Celie’s character throughout The Color Purple

The Color Purple is a Bildungsroman novel which charts the growth of protagonist Celie through letters; primarily from her to God, but later to her sister Nettie. Its epistolary nature means the narration of The Color Purple is frank and confessional and Celie’s development is shown from her perspective. Walker takes her protagonist on a […]

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“How does Shakespeare use the soliloquies in ‘Hamlet’ to explore the moods of the main protagonist”

Within ‘Hamlet’ there are many different mood changes of the main character these are shown clearly through the soliloquies.A soliloquy is a long speech spoken by one character; it shows the characters true inner feelings and usually shows what they are really like. Soliloquies are very useful in ‘Hamlet’ as it is a short summary […]

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Look at the significance of chapter five to the novel as a whole

“Look at the significance of chapter five to the novel as a whole. Focus on the relevance and effect of writer’s use of language to describe setting, character and what it shows about social and historical influences.”This essay will probe into techniques which Mary Shelley (1797-1851) has incorporated in her novel Frankenstein, especially in Chapter […]

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Book Review

After reading the novel All Quiet on the Western Front, by Erich Maria Remarque I found that I have learned many new things about World War I. Some things I learned had great interest to me, and others I wish I had never learned. The novel is narrated by the main character named Paul Baumer. […]

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