Short poetry intros for AQA Pt.1

'Checking Out me History', written by John Agard is a fairly straight forward poem where the voice is expressed as the most unique element that criticises a eurocentric version of history in order to pridefully celebrate his linguistic heritage giving a sense of democracy but also rebellion. 'Ozymandias', written by Percy Shelley is based on … Continue reading Short poetry intros for AQA Pt.1

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Short intro for Never Let Me Go

Those studying NLMG can always have a short memorised introduction for any question you get for any essay. Set example; NLMG written by Kazuo Ishiguro is a bildungsroman novel set in a dystopian, alternate world of England during the 1900's that has structured and intertwined various themes such as friendship and social hierarchy through the … Continue reading Short intro for Never Let Me Go

How does Shakespeare present the theme of ambition using Lady Macbeth in the play ‘Macbeth’

I got 23 out of 30 from this essay in my AQA English mock. Enjoy! Macbeth by William Shakespeare, set in the Jacobean era during the 1600s, introduces the play with a warrior hero who consists of typical, conventional characteristic such as being valiant and tenacious. He however collides with a fatal death based on … Continue reading How does Shakespeare present the theme of ambition using Lady Macbeth in the play ‘Macbeth’

How do we see Jane Eyre when she faces injustice and is she a victim from the novel ‘Jane Eyre’ by Charlotte Bronte

I got 25 out of 30 from this essay in my AQA English mock. Enjoy! Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte is a fictional autobiography and bildungsroman novel where it traces the personal development and metaphorical journey of a young female who struggles to maintain a separate identity and independence in the suffocating pressure of her … Continue reading How do we see Jane Eyre when she faces injustice and is she a victim from the novel ‘Jane Eyre’ by Charlotte Bronte

Compare or contrast ‘Storm on the island’ by Heaney and ‘Exposure’ by Wilfred Owen

Wilfred Owen explores and focuses on the trauma and conflict of the soldier's experience during the cruel battle of World War 1 within the time span of 24 hours. It portrays the message of the real enemy of the soldiers being the icy and cold environment. With the other poem, Heaney presents a monologue poem … Continue reading Compare or contrast ‘Storm on the island’ by Heaney and ‘Exposure’ by Wilfred Owen