Isabelle Kerr dares to generalise the youth of today as “ASBO-wielding yobs” by the way in which they speak? The abbreviations created by the youth of today are far more impressive than any other in the past. Things such as, lol (laugh out loud), wuu2 (what you up to?) and smh (shake my head) give a […]
Don’t you just hate it when you get stares from strangers on the street, stares as if to say you don’t belong here? When you’re walking down the street, happy and content, and you catch a stranger’s eye and they continue to stare at you almost like it’s a game of the last one standing. […]
Past: It was a sunny morning back in April 2008, the smell of fresh grass somehow lingered through the mazes of brick and stone. Riding on my bike through this urban jungle the cool breeze of the wind is refreshing, and yet I still ride my bike oblivious to the cold, sinister slum that surrounds […]
Introduction In this essay I will be displaying how Rudyard Kipling, Shakespeare and Shelley use three different techniques to symbolise fate in these poems and plays. I start off by looking at how these 3 poets use Iambic meter to symbolise fate, I then go on to look at how personification relates to fate in […]
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