PARADOX Something that contradict itself for example in the play Macbeth “fair is foul and foul is fair” this is said by the three witches PATHETIC FALLACY  when you give emotions to natural things   An example of pathetic fallacy used in the play , macbeth,  is in act 1 scene 3 when the three […]

For a while you couldn’t tell who would win. The armies were like two exhausted swimmers clinging to each other and struggling in the water, unable to move. The villainous rebel Macdonwald was supported by foot soldiers and horsemen from Ireland and the Hebrides, and Lady Luck was with him, smiling cruelly at his enemies […]

Many people see fast track as queue jumping as do i, although I’ve used it many times, but other people see it as a privilege. It is seen as a privilege because they’ve ‘earned’ the right to ‘queue jump’ as other people would say. It is frustrating waiting in line for ages and you see […]

A couple of the quotes I am going to look at are; Quote 1 of Caesar Act 1 Scene 2 “Such men as he be never at heart’s ease Whiles they behold a greater than themselves, And therefore are they very dangerous. I rather tell thee what is to be feared Than what I fear; […]

In the book Reckless, a fiction book, a man named Jacob goes on a rough journey throughout a fantasy world. The reason for this is because of his brother Will. Will, who is Jacob’s one and only brother,gets cursed by a Dark Fairy. On his journey Jacob encounters a vixen. A vixen, named fox, that […]

Julius Caesar and Marcus Brutus are the main characters in the play ‘Julius Caeser’ and have a lot of similarities between themselves. An example of this is that they both love Rome ,but in a different prospective. They also have the brotherly love they share with each other. In the essay I’m going to point […]

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