Compare the ways in which Frankenstein’s monster and Caliban are presented as victims of circumstance within “Frankenstein” and “The Tempest”   In both “The tempest” and “Frankenstein” both Caliban and the Creation are presented as victims of circumstance, victims of circumstance means that your situation is a result of the events around you that are […]

One school day. A boy named Jacob was sitting in class, doing math. It was a couple more minutes until after school. As he was finishing his last sum something caught his eye. What he saw was out of the window. He turned and glanced at the park outside. It appeared to be a photo. […]

Analyse why teenagers behave in a certain way The teenage years are one of the toughest parts of life. Your body is changing and you gain more independence. You’ve now made a leap from Primary school to Secondary school. These aspects fused together would therefore mean that your behavior would change as well. This report […]

Dear Isabelle Kerr I do not agree with your statement about how our language has become “linguistic calamities”. An organism adapts when introduced to new environments over time. Costant stimulus causes the organism to evolve whether that be a mild alteration or a huge change in its biochemistry. If you did not understand that analogy, […]

Jaber Kabiri Coursework: Analyse why teenagers behave in a certain way   The teenage years are one of the toughest parts of life, your body is changing and you gain more indepencence, from making the leap up from Primary school to Secondary school, these aspects fused together, therefore means that your behavior would change as […]

“The surface was uneven” when a surface is uneven that usually parallels to something that is unfinished, or needs sorting out, for example the feeling of guilt, when you feel guilty your “uneven” conscious would encourage you to do the right thing and even your conscious out, so therefore, this quote portraits Victors guilt “Sea […]

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