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Shooting an Elephant (#4) – Sample 461 words

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In the essay “Shooting an Elephant” George Orwell argues that, “when the white man turns tyrant it is his own freedom that he destroys. ” Free will is indestructible; an example of Orwell’s destruction of freedom but preservation of free will is given in his essay. Humans can always exercise their free will when making […]

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Shakespeare’s Othello – Sample 1006 words

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Othello’s destruction by Iago is inevitable due to a combination of Iago’s plotting and Othello’s character flaws. Iago’s cunning character in Shakespeare’s play has identified Othello’s vulnerability through flaws of jealousy, trust, poor judgement, naivety and love for the fair Desdemona. Iago’s pure hate for the Moor leads to the success of Othello’s downfall through […]

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Seamus Heaney’s the wifes tale – Sample 1723 words

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Seamus Heaney employs a great number of poetic devices in order to explore the theme of women in his poem “The Wife’s Tale”. The free-verse piece features in Heaney’s 1969 collection “A Door into the Dark”, is non-rhyming, and is divided into four stanzas of seven, twelve, seven and nine lines respectively. The varying length […]

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Saint Patrick’s Cathedral – Sample 711 words

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I stood facing the gothic cathedral and I couldn’t help but gasp at the distinct facade of Saint Patrick’s. At first glance, one would have an impression of ‘heavy layering, a bunch of shapes and lean, heavy pillars’, majestic, extravagant as well as complicatedly structured. However, at a second look, the facade is actually mainly […]

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Repetition in Waiting for Godot – Sample 531 words

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“I can’t go on like this”, with this last phrase Waiting for Godot ends. Although it might not seem a lot by itself, when reading the whole play it is possibly to understand about what is the character of Estragon talking about. He and Vladimir have been waiting for a person called Godot to come […]

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Ralph Waldo Emerson (#2) – Sample 575 words

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Ralph Waldo Emerson, who led the transcendentalist movement of the mid-19th century, once wrote, “The virtue in most request is conformity. Self-reliance is its aversion. ” The Transcendentalist were a group of people who believed that everyone was equal and had power inside them as an individual. In the mid-19th century Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, […]

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”Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen – Sample 3723 words

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Pride and Prejudice is a 19th century novel written by Jane Austen. As it is a popular novel it has been remade for television and film several times. In this essay two media adaptations are being analysed. The 1995 BBC classic drama of pride and Prejudice and a 2004 Bollywood version renamed Bride and Prejudice. […]

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Play “The Crucible” by Arthur Miller – Sample 331 words

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“The Crucible” by Arthur Miller is a play set during thte hysteria of the Salem witch trials of 1692. The word “crucible” is defined as “a severe test” or “a container for melting or purifying metals.” The title of this play is incredibly appropriate because the charactersin the play were faced with a great test […]

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Paradise Lost by John Milton – Sample 1006 words

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1 – ‘Language has the ability to make sin look attractive’ Tis Pity was published by John Ford in 1633 and is set in Italy, the heart of the Renassiance. John Milton published Paradise Lost in 1667, relatively soon after John Ford, and was the first epic poem to be written in blank verse. Both […]

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