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Show how HG Wells and Robert Bloch Create fear in ‘The Red room’ and ‘Hobo’

During this coursework, I will be studying and comparing two short stories in order to see how fear is created in the writing of different authors. The two short stories I will be using for this essay are ‘Hobo’ and ‘The Red room’. Robert Bloch wrote ‘Hobo’ at the start of the 20th century and […]

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Banking and International Finance

In describing his trading experience throughout the book, Rothchild mentions financial terms that can be unfamiliar to the reader. He has, however, written a glossary defining these terms, which appear to be different from formal definitions in many ways and for various reasons. Rothchild describes a technical analyst as ‘a person who thinks market action […]

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Compare and Contrast ‘The Withered Arm’ with ‘Indian Camp’

In this essay I am comparing and contrasting two stories: ‘The Withered Arm’ by Thomas Hardy and ‘Indian Camp’ by Ernest Hemingway. I shall be concentrating primarily on the structure and language of both novels. ‘The Withered Arm’ was written in 1888, whereas ‘Indian Camp’ is post twentieth century, written in 1946. Both tales are […]

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How successfully have the authors involved the readers in their story

The three ghost stories that we have examined are ‘The Signalman’, ‘Turn of the screw’ and ‘The Girl I Left Behind Me’. ‘The Signalman’ is a short story written in 1866 by Charles Dickens. ‘Turn Of The Screw’ is a novella written in 1898 by Henry James. ‘The Girl I Left Behind Me’ is another […]

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The way in which Westall and Dickens create suspense

Ghost stories have always been enticing to read, they originated in the Victorian Era. They usually present a message, and writers like Shakespeare used ghosts to create emotion in their audiences, for example the ghost of Banquo in Shakespeare’s play Macbeth. The genre of ghost stories is to make the reader think. To think about […]

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Lamb to the Slaughter and The Speckled Band Paper

“Lamb to the Slaughter” is a short murder mystery story written by Roald Dahl a Norwegian author, in 19 54. It is a Black comedy and was very macabre and startling for its time, and still is now, but it isn’t seen as quite so shocking and politically incorrect “Did they kill them both- mother […]

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Pre-war advertisement

The main image of the advertisement is of a good-looking young woman with her two sons, it was common in the 1920’s for women to marry and have children at a young age. The woman is dressed in what seems to be an apron, and the son she is holding, a pair striped pyjamas. It […]

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Star Wars and Independents Day

In this essay I well write about two science fiction films ‘ Independents Day’ and ‘Star Wars’ and compare them to each other and to the typical science fiction genre. I will be comparing setting, costume, plot, characters, special effects, music, sound and language, and objective and style. The typical Science fiction genre involves aliens, […]

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A day in the life

As my alarm rang as I shuffle around in bed in an attempt to drown that bothersome sound that attempts to wake me up in the morning, of course in the end it prevails. I hurl myself out of bed. In my mind I begin to analyze the day that lies ahead of me: Biology, […]

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Examination Day

In both Examination Day and The Star there is a futuristic theme. Both have a view on what the world will be like in the future. The two short stories are, however, written almost a century apart. In my essay I will be comparing how the plots, the settings, the characters, the language used, the […]

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Aunt Bessie’s

In my essay I am going to be looking at logos, slogans, target audience, selling techniques of two adverts. I am going to compare and contrast them; I am going to be looking the two food adverts: Advert one which is an Anchor Spreadable and advert two which is Aunt Bessie’s Yorkshire puddings. The Anchor […]

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Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Examples of media are television, radio, internet, and newspapers. Media is an avenue through which information is given to the general public. It influences modern society, the way we think, our political choices; attitudes; and beliefs. It plays an important role in society today. My assignment is to analyse two sources of media entitled “Blinking […]

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Marketing department

The marketing department analyses for feedback from customers and gets information about competitors to identify the future of the business. The marketing department also decides how to advertise and promote products and/or the business. Also, the marketing department produces in store catalogues and advertisements to go in the national press and specialist magazines. Designers create […]

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Texting makes a move

The article ‘Texting makes a move’ is taken from the Guardian online website. As the Guardian is a broadsheet newspaper the use of broadsheet conventions have been extended to this article. The use of language by broadsheet newspapers would suggest a more sophisticated audience and this article has many examples of sophisticated and specialised vocabulary. […]

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Antigone and A Dolls’ House

Throughout the evolution of literature, Greek through Modern, exposition has remained vital to the comprehension of literary work. In most pieces, contemporary or not, the author uses exposition to provide background information on main characters or past important events. Exposition can help to explain a character’s motive, personality or relationships with others. In Jean Anouilh’s […]

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Compare two front page newspaper reports based

To find out the reliability of the newspaper articles I must first find out a bit about the sources of the articles. Newspapers are primarily money making business, this means, like any other type of business, profit is the main issue. In order to make this profit the newspaper companies will not mind altering and […]

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Al Jazeera – Another perspective

During the last few years, Al Jazeera has received global recognition as one of the most influential brands in the world. The news channel is identified as a serious news bureau. The channel claims to represent an objective and neutral perspective, and it wants to correct people’s misinterprets regarding Arab culture. The question is whether […]

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Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Animal welfare is the avoidance of abuse and exploitation of animals by humans by maintaining appropriate standards of accommodation. This topic has been pondered on from many economically developed countries. The acknowledgement for animal welfare is an ongoing negotiation for countries across the world. I have chosen to discuss the RSPCA: ‘CCTV for all UK […]

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The Media – College Essay

We live in the 21st century. This is the time of modern technology, the time when news and information travel fast. All the different kinds of media, like newspapers, radio, television, internet, have become an inevitable part of our lives. They all affect our lives in both positive and negative ways. One of the good […]

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X-rays in radiotherapy

In 1895 Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen was experimenting with light when he unexpectedly discovered a new form of electromagnetic energy that he called X rays. Roentgen found that the rays could penetrate a person’s hand, and the outline of bones could be seen on a chemically coated fluorescent screen behind the hand. Roentgen then replaced the […]

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Adverts – College Essay

Adverts are everywhere and the purpose of the adverts is to sell something, to persuade or to inform you about something. These adverts are advertised in different ways like on buses, in shop windows, billboards, posters, leaflets, internet and etc. adverts come in different sizes like big ones on billboards and small ones on leaflets. […]

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