Both ‘Eden Rock’ and ‘Walking away’ present moments of separation to communicate ideas about letting go of a loved one. However, in ‘Eden Rock’ this is presented from the viewpoint of a child, whereas in ‘Walking away’ it is presented from the viewpoint of a father. In ‘Eden Rock’, Charles Causley presents the memory as […]

Charlotte Mew presents the girl as immature in ‘The farmer’s bride’. She does this by including actions which highlight the maturity of the young girl, and how she is far ‘too young’ for a relationship. Charlotte Mew describes a girl who has ‘runned away’, which proves to us that she is childish. Instead of discussing […]

Neutral tones is a poem about a couple breaking up. In the poem, Thomas Hardy presents love as haunting in ‘Neutral tones’ The couple start by standing on a pond, which is traditionally a romantic setting. Thomas Hardy describes a pond on a ‘winter day’, which is a transition of seasons, where living things that have […]

During this essay, I will be discussing the similarities and differences between the film and novel of Into the wild. A brief explanation of the story would be about a young man (Chris McCandless) , who is exhausted by focusing on appearances, money and material possessions. Due to his beliefs, he decides to begin travelling […]

It was a dark, stormy night and I had just entered an abandoned hospital. As I slowly walked up the seemingly never-ending staircase, I could hear the heavy raindrops consistently splatter against the windows as if it was going to smash straight through. Being as careful as I possibly could, I ambled up the stairs. […]

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