Harper Lee’s “To kill a Mockingbird,” is a challenging book, which encounters many different perspectives on race, feminism, and bringing up two children as a solo parent. This book is told from a first person perspective by a young girl growing up in the 1930’s in a small very opinionated based American town. This book […]

“Last chance U,” directed by Greg Whitely and Adam Ridley is a documentary confronting everything around football, indicating how much it can change someones life. The documentary follows a season of football with the East Mississippi community college football team who has been dominating the national league they are in for the past 4 years. […]

4. Analyse how language features revealed the writer’s purpose in the written text(s). 3 Points Purpose was to show setting, emotion, and the feeling and description of the perspective the book is told from which is death Pathetic fallacy relates to deaths feeling which furthermore relates to the colours, chain reaction of emotion when plane crashes […]

1) Initially what would you imagine a person who steals books to be like? Untrustworthy? Mysterious? Evil? How does Liesel differ from your initial notions of who a “book thief would be”? Ive never really imagined a stereotypical person of someone who would steal books. Stealing something generally is stealing something that is valuable and will […]

Owen Marshall’s short story, “The Fat Boy,”  displays an unknown ‘ fat boy,’ who is constantly seen throughout town, only when crimes have or are about to happen. It has a common symbol and is noticed throughout the community that when he is around there is bound to be trouble. He is described to have […]

Owen Marshall’s short story “Prince Valiant,” is a very confronting story for any reader based around a stereotypical farmer in New Zealand. The novel could be broken into sections firstly the author describing the classic state of a New Zealand farmers quarters. Told from a first person perspective by Owen Marshall in the quarters was […]

Question One: White is represented to be the snowy weather and the coldness of the event that is taking place. This colour imagery makes me think everyone is very cold and the characters have a certain innocence like this colour is controlling their minds and bodies. White gives a feeling of softness maybe hence referring […]

Markus Zusak has clever used Death as the narrator of the text, hinting its mindset and personality throughout the text. For example during the beginning of the text he says “You will know me well enough and soon enough, depending on a diverse range of variables,” shows that all humans will eventually meet him. Saying well […]

Markus Zusak’s, The Book Thief,’  is a clever play on words making me the reader “hate the words and love them.” Told from a third person view, which is death, mainly focuses on the protagonist, Leisel Meigner. Death is at its peak of doing its job as it is set during World War 2, hence […]

In the poem “Memorial Tablet,” written by Siegfried Sassoon firstly questions in the perspective of the poet is telling it from, like he’s looking over himself, like he’s died in “glorious memory.” The poem looks upon the life of himself as a soldier, and hence maybe the stereotypical soldier, who has been bullied into applying. […]