My magnus opus. Let me know your thoughts.
To what extent and in what ways is the gender of voice recognised and explored? “Taboos against women’s voices have a long history,” writes Anne Karpf. Not… Read more “The Tragedy of Mariam and Love’s Labour’s Lost Essay”
Looking back on the Renaissance-based module that I studied
How are gender and/or sexuality used to explore structures of power in one of the novels on the module syllabus? In Their Eyes Were Watching God, (Their… Read more “Their Eyes Were Watching God Essay”
“Children’s literature often affirms the child’s sense of self and her or his personal power. But in the adolescent novel, protagonists must learn about the social forces… Read more “The Other Side of Truth and Life: An Exploded Diagram Essays”
Probably one of the first scholarly essays written on Captain Underpants.
I didn’t do brilliantly in this essay
A more scientific-based academic essay.
Consider the influence/adaptation of Shakespeare in at least two texts we’ve studied this term In 1681, Nahum Tate adapted William Shakespeare’s King Lear into the History of… Read more “King Lear and the Winter’s Tale essay”
Coming up for Air was a great text for me, due to how it lacked the overt politics of texts such as The Road to Wigan Pier or 1984.