What is innocence?
A lack of guilt, with respect to any kind of
crime, sin, or wrongdoing
Freedom from sin or moral wrong
A lack of knowledge that stems from a lack
True innocence, according to
THE MAKINGS OF A HERO
What truly defines a hero? This ever-so-familiar archetype dominates our culture, and can
be seen in everything from ancient mythology to bedtime stories. Societys view on heroism has
changed over time, but one of the most pro
ENG3U6 The Workings of a Great Mind
This poster is very symbolic in nature, and various design elements are used to portray
aspects of the monsters character and mental struggle. These elements include colour,
silhouettes, and fonts
Workers of the World, Unite!
Mary Shelleys Frankenstein & George Orwells 1984
Modern bourgeois society with its relations of production, of exchange and property, a society
that has conjured up such gigantic means of production and of exchange, is
What is Feminism?
Looking at old works of both male and female writers
Other topics studied include film, lesbianism,
autobiographical writings, and other popular media
Based on count
EXT. WHITE HOUSE GROUNDS NIGHT
The darkened grounds of the White House. Two children are
sneaking around the grounds, looking side to side. They
stop, crouching by the low wall.
Are you sure about this?
Yeah, just wait a little b
Sleep, dreams and nightmares can often be recurring motifs in novels, but more often than not,
they are not present in literature
sleep is often only there to fill the space between important events
when an author includes sleep and dreams in a recurri
What is Evil?
How would you define evil?
The concept of evil is one that has been prevalent throughout human history, and a great deal of
debate surrounds its meaning. In my opinion, evil can be seen as an individuals placement of his or her
Open here I flung the shutter, when, with many a flirt and flutter,
In there stepped a stately raven of the saintly days of yore.
Not the least obeisance made he; not a minute stopped or stayed he;
But, with mien of lord or
Frankenstein Commentary ENG3U6
The second quotation is very passionate, and exhibits the torment and anguish
experienced by Frankensteins monster. He utters this quotation upon reading his creators
journal in his jacket pocket. This experience strengthens