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P’tang, yang, kipperbang

‘P’tang, yang, kipperbang’ is a play written for television which focuses around the life of a teenage boy, named Alan Duckworth. Set after the war, the play gives the viewer or reader a well documented insight into teenage life at this point in time. The main character, Alan is notRead More

How successfully does Keats address

The poem shows us how powerful a beautiful woman can be, luring men away because of their lust and desire. It tells us of the power of “Amour” against “Armour”, how a knight can be enchanted by the love and beauty of a woman and be made useless. The knightRead More

Great Expectations

Dickens promptly introduces the reader to Pip who serves both as the retrospective narrator and as the young protagonist of the novel. This works on a two level approach with regard to guiding us through the plot as an omnipotent narrator whilst simultaneously leading us through Pip’s life with theRead More

How is lost innocence portrayed By Duffy and Pugh?

In both Pugh and Duffy, youth is often presented as something innocent that is taken away too soon, whether intentionally or non- intentionally. They both also present youth as the product of their environment, which often isn’t a good thing. In Lizzie 6, Duffy seems keen to present the youthRead More

The poem “half-caste”

In the poem “half-caste” John Agard uses a variety of metaphors. He refers to things that are multicoloured to get his point across “yu mean when Picasso mix red an green is a half-caste canvas” John Agard is trying to tell his audience that Picasso doesn’t just use one colourRead More