Symbolism: Conch shell - Symbolises structure and the influence of
society. When it is destroyed it symbolizes the fact that they have lost touch
with civilization and are fully controlled by primal instincts.
The Pig Head (Lord Of The Flies) SYmbolises t
13 June 2016
Character Development Viewed Through Marxist and Psychological Lenses
Author Beem Weeks once wrote; Character development is vital when writing a strong story.
Weak characters make for weak sto
20 May 2016
Anthill Through the Psychological Lens
In the novel Anthill written by E. O. Wilson, a wide range of human emotions come into
play, which greatly affect the outcome of the story. The main emotion that shapes
26 March 2016
Nineteen Eighty-Four Through the Socio-Economic Lens
In the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four written by George Orwell, each demographic
is treated and represented differently through the socio-economic
Theme connection Essay Brainstorm Chart
Novel 1: Nineteen Eighty-Four by George
Orwell., published 1949.
Novel 2: Anthill by E. O. Wilson, published
Theme 1: Constant fear and oppression
Theme 1: Our destinies
8 March 2016
Do Seek Their Meat From God - An Emotional yet Effective Piece
A short story must have a single mood and every sentence must build towards it.
(Edgar Allen Poe). Writing a short story is easier
1. According to the king, a personal legend is the one thing that an individual most aspires
to accomplish in their lifetime.
The old man has appeared as a stone.
The miner story connects to Santiagos situation beca
Macbeth and Lady Macbeth Comparison Essay
As humble as one may be, a taste of power often leads to an insatiable hunger. This greed
and obsession with power can lead to unthinkable deeds, capable of creating a monster out of a
February 16 2016
The Lottery Analysis Through a Psychological Lens
In the short story The Lottery, behaviours and viewpoints expressed by characters
among different age groups are realistic and accurately r
The Alchemist Response Journals
The secret is here in the present. If you pay attention to the present, you can improve
upon it. And, if you improve upon it, what comes later will also be better.
I chose this quote from The Alchemist because in