Essays on Analysis

Comparative Seminar Analysis

Here, because I sat at a typewriter, people looked at me wit surprise and admiration on their faces. I passed through the minds of everybody in the houses round about, just as they passed through mine, and those people who went by my door, if […]

Frankenstein analysis

I feel that Mary Shelley could possibly have embedded many subliminal messages in the novel, Frankenstein, and that there could have been other reasons for the creation of the novel. I think that beneath the novel being a scary story, written because of a competition, […]

Great Expectations Chapter One analysis

‘Great Expectations’ narrator is first introduced to the reader not by character or background but by name. The name tells the reader details of his sensitive personality. Pip a simple name, it creates an image of an insignificant person who can easily be put aside […]

Analysing an Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestly

Eddie is constantly in pursuit of justice in the play because he thinks that the only reason Rodolpho wants to marry Catherine ‘is to get his papers’ this shows us Eddies desire for Catherine because he doesn’t want Rodolpho to marry her because he wants […]

Analysis on Primary Research Questionnaire

For our primary research we chose to produce a questionnaire. We asked eleven questions related to cereal and breakfast, so we could try and gain some information on what our future customers maybe looking for. We first asked “Are you male or female?” this was because […]

Where the Spirit Lives – analysis

The movie where the spirit lives is a very touching story about a teenaged aboriginal girl and her brother, who are kidnapped-legally under the laws of the Canadian government, and were brought to a residential school to be educated to be non-Indians. There, they were […]

Pied Piper Analysis

The Pied Piper of Hamelin is written in third person narration, different to Prophyria’s lover, because the narrator is not the protagonist. The person narrating the poem is Omniscient and he is relevant with the town and aware of everything. Everything that he tells us […]

Close Analysis on Act

Make a close analysis on Act 2 Scene 4, focusing on tone, character, dramatic action and language. Only but a million foolish actions have been made in the name of love. In Act 2 Scene 4 Shakespeare brings out the themes of a pastoral romance, as […]

Antigone role play analysis

I decided to study Tessa and Emily’s performance of Antigone and Ismene, from line 46 to line 63. Tessa was playing ‘Antigone’ and Emily played ‘Ismene’. They gave a very strong first performance, and clearly defined their characters by varying their vocals. Emily managed to […]

Essay analysis on an Arundel Tomb

The poem ‘An Arundel Tomb’ written by Phillip Larkin illustrates the relationship between two forms found on a tomb. This poem shows the ‘lies’ love can tell, and the falseness of how their relationship is portrayed. The fact that their hands are clasped in one […]