How are love and/or hate presented in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar and a range of poetry you have studied? Robert Browning and Shakespeare show love and hate as two similar emotions but very contrasting. Love and hate are both similar as they both are felt with strong emotion. Love and Hate are alike but are portrayed as […]
Recently in the Champions League, three of England’s best football clubs were all wiped out after the first stage of the knockouts. The Premier League’s glory days are over. After Arsenal and Chelsea losing to French sides Monaco and Paris-Saint Germain, does this mean the Premier League is declining or does it mean the French division […]
Dear John Humphrys, Eight years ago, you wrote an interesting article arguing that ‘texting is wrecking our language’. I strongly disagree with this as I believe language cannot be wrecked, however I do believe language can be changed. And this change isn’t a negative change, this change is a positive change. Change helps language to […]
Emirates Stadium. The home of my favourite team. The home of football. As I enter this sacred ground I can already feel the atmosphere pumping me up. My heart beats rapidly in anticipation for the upcoming match. One section of the stadium fills with a vibrant, stunning red and the other side, the colour white sits in the […]
“I simply want to tell you that there are some men in this world who were born to do our unpleasant jobs for us” In this quote Miss Maudie is talking about how only some people can do the dirty jobs other people don’t want to do as they are “born to do it”. By […]
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