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2000 words, 2.1 English literature. Discuss the relationship between characters’ narratives and characters’ identity in Black Dogs

Discuss the relationship between characters’ narratives and characters’ identity in Black Dogs   The narratives in Black Dogs do not solely emanate from the characters to whom they belong as the principal voice and perspective of the novel is given over to the first person narrator, Jeremy. The characters’ narratives are delivered to us through … Continue reading 2000 words, 2.1 English literature. Discuss the relationship between characters’ narratives and characters’ identity in Black Dogs

Compare Othello and The Rover (Aphra Benn) – 1500 words 2.1/1st

Compare the way the issues raised in Othello by William Shakespeare and The Rover by Aphra Behn are established in the first Act of the plays.   In the following essay I will discuss the main issues raised by Shakespeare and Aphra Behn in their respective plays Othello and The Rover. I will also explore … Continue reading Compare Othello and The Rover (Aphra Benn) – 1500 words 2.1/1st

Keats and Byron Compare 1500 essay 2.1/1st

Discuss the theme of mortality and immortality within Keats’s Ode on a Grecian Urn and Byron’s Child Harold’s Pilgrimage canto IV, stanzas 139-144.   In the following essay I will discuss the themes of mortality and immortality, time and timelessness to show how these romantic poets conveyed their views upon the fragility of human life. … Continue reading Keats and Byron Compare 1500 essay 2.1/1st

Roddy Doyle 2000 words 1st or 2.1 ENGLISH LITERATURE

Violence is everywhere in Paula Spencer’s Dublin. Look at its manifestations throughout the story     Introduction   As suggested by the first word “I” (Doyle, 1998, p.1) in The Woman Who Walked Into Doors, the events of the novel are narrated entirely in the first-person, representing the subjective perspective of its protagonist Paula Spencer. … Continue reading Roddy Doyle 2000 words 1st or 2.1 ENGLISH LITERATURE

Gawain and the Green Knight 1500 words

Analyse the second beheading scene in the fourth part of the poem. Comment on the words and actions of Gawain and the Green Knight before, during and immediately after it.   Note on transcription: In order to maintain standard keyboard formatting, I have rendered the characters ‘thorn’ as ‘th’, ‘yogh’ as ‘3’ and simplified diacritical … Continue reading Gawain and the Green Knight 1500 words