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Wordsworth’s The Prelude

In Wordsworth’s The Prelude he discusses the importance of imagination and nature in childhood in order to shape the human being. Jose, Opal and Billie Jo have all experienced nature and use their imaginations freely, which has shaped the people they are and are to become. Jose’s experiences relate to Wordsworth in section 9 lines […]

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Why are women frequently represented as the ‘caring sex’?

“I will greatly multiple thy sorrow and thy conception; in sorrow thou shalt bring forth children; and thou desire shall be to thy husband, and he shall rule over thou” Genesis, Old Testament, Holy Bible Depending on the point of view taken any number of interpretations can be ascertained as to the reasons that women […]

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Charlie Kaufman is one of the hottest screenwriter in Hollywood at the moment

Charlie Kaufman is one of the hottest screenwriter in Hollywood at the moment. After his brain-teasing black philosophical comedy “Being John Malkovich” script in 1999, his unpredictably weird but extremely fun-to-watch writing style was institutionalized as being one of a kind; his last year Oscar nominee’s “Adaptation” was also praised by many critics as being […]

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Medieval writers were much better at starting dreams than finishing them

In that they deal with bereavement, both Pearl and Chaucer’s Book of the Duchess begin, paradoxically, writing about endings. Through dreams, the narrators play out tensions between these so-called “endings” – the death of a beloved (though unnamed) daughter in Pearl and Blanche, Duchess of Lancaster in The Book of the Duchess – and the […]

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‘The Birth-Day’ by Mary Robinson

Write an essay of not more than 1500 words in which you analyse the poem and comment on the poetic form and language used and the way they contribute to the meaning and effects of the poem. ‘The Birth-Day’ uses various techniques to convey Robinson’s indignation at the vast social differences of her time. It […]

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Marion de Lorme AND La peau de chagrin?

In the early nineteenth century a new society was flourishing, where the aristocracy was seeing their wealth diminish and therefore there was a greater concentration on the position of the bourgoisie. This newfound wealth, status and increasing literacy amongst the middle classes created a larger market for forms of entertainment such as literature, previously less […]

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