Essays on English

The Crucible

John Proctor says, “I’ll tell you what’s walking Salem, vengeance is walking Salem. ” Discuss the real evil in Salem, who contributed to it and their motives who do you blame the most? Before I begin to tell you my opinion on who was to […]

A tight-lipped community

He even demands that Marco apologise to him in the presence of his community. He thought that having his neighbours – ones who had once respected him – watch the illegal immigrant he had taken in apologise to him, he would still be appreciated. This […]

The tragic hero

During the second meeting with Alfieri, Eddie’s anger is exposed towards the end when Alfieri’s advice ends like the last time. Eddie repeats himself, “the guy ain’t right” an irrational comment from him. Eddie is very insistent upon himself and the words that he used […]

English style

At this stage in the Noble version, a title in old English style writing fades in. It is simplistic and on a background of a night-time scene. This is how the dreamy, sleepy feel is created right from the start in the Noble version, whereas […]

Nineteen Eighty-Four

The final reason of how Winston and Julia compare to each other is their viewing of the Party itself. Julia was born into this world with no need to think of how life was before Big Brother, that’s why she partially accepts the society she […]

English coursework

The first thing we notice about “At a potato digging” is that it is set on a farm. This applies to both the poems and we find that they both use normal farm activities to portray much larger events in Ireland’s history. In “At a […]

English premiership

Is it practical or desirable for Rangers and Celtic to leave the S.P.L for the English premiership? The premiership claims to be the best league in the world which it may well be, but in a recent survey it was also found to be the […]

Prefers English over Gaelic

By definition a translation is ‘the process of rendering from one language to another, and the product of this process. ‘ However, something is inferred in a translation, the original text looses some of its subtleties as well as some of the sounds of the […]

English literature

With this question that concerns the whole life of Arnold, extremely sensitive to his age – an age of hurry, change, alarm, surprise, he starts, in a dramatic way, the sonnet To a Friend. And the rest of the sonnet provides us with the answer […]

English rural past

In ‘Howards End’ Forster attempts to make the distinction between rural, traditional England, and the more modern, industrial England. Forster explains the transition that England is going through, in becoming an up to date country, leaving behind all remnants of its traditional past. In Forster’s […]