Exemplar analysis of the theme of Conflict within the novella War Horse. Evaluated for strengths and weaknesses
To Kill a Mockingbird: Boo Radley
‘My Last Duchess’ by Robert Browning
'My Last Duchess' Annotated Poem Presentation of Love Essay Planning https://youtu.be/53zCCVFN2yI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AGaiqdx1y0c&t=5s
‘Half-past Two’ by U A Fanthorpe
'Half-past Two' Theme Analysis 'Half-past Two' Homelearning Grid 'Half-past Two' Exemplar Analysis 'Half-past Two' Annotated Poem https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1NjoWkalyE
‘Blessing’ by Imtiaz Dharker
Blessing Annotated Poem ‘Compare the presentation of religion in the poems Blessing and Tyger’ by Mr Peel Exemplar Analysis: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvG6R6raj1c
Wordsworth and Keats: Exemplar Analysis
Explore the ways change is presented in Intimations of Immortality by William Wordsworth and one other poem of your choice. Both Romantic poets William Wordsworth and John Keats ruminate on the essential nature of change in our lives in their poetry through the symbolic representation of Nature in the seasons; sense of ageing and [...]
How does Adichie present Papa’s relationships in Purple Hibiscus
Eugene Achike is presented as both a despotic tyrant and a vulnerable man desperately seeking the approval that he believes lies in the Catholic religion of “absolutist purity”, and leads him to perpetuate the same patriarchal abusive relationships on his own family as a result. Eugene is “her [Kambili’s] personal household god” and is [...]
How are themes of colonialism, freedom and tyranny presented in the opening chapters of ‘Purple Hibiscus’?
Chimamanda Adichie attempts to “delve into the violence, corruption, and hopelessness of Nigeria…under Generals Ibrahim Babangida and Sani Abacha” through the mirroring of Kambili’s father as well as the burgeoning development of Kambili herself. Which is, indirectly, in conflict with this restrictive regime both externally as a representation of Nigeria’s post-colonial civil wars and internally, [...]
Exemplar Essay: How does Dickens present Pip’s characterisation throughout ‘Great Expectations’?
Initially, Pip is depicted as the most vulnerable, timid and wildly imaginative characters in the serialized Bildungsroman ‘Great Expectations’. The analytical retrospective narrative of young “childish” p.4 Pip from that of his older, experienced self, offers a unique perspective into his emotions as well as acting as a quasi-autobiographical parallel to Dickens’ own experiences. Written [...]
Essay Plan: How does Dickens explore Pip’s characterisation throughout ‘Great Expectations’?
Link to previous work and extracts on: Young Pip Transition points: Pip begins his journey as a gentleman London and Pip’s new life Returning to the Forge & Satis House Cyclical plot structure – back to the marshes and young Pip. Reconciliation and resolution. Revise use of serialisation in the novel for effect. Start [...]