Tim Burton has a very defined style as a director. Analyse how he uses visual and/or verbal features across at least two of his texts to fulfil the common conventions of gothic fiction. The reason for the technique in both texts relevant scenes/ examples the effect on the audience-how it shows Gothic fiction “Pain makes […]

Intro “there is no such thing as freedom of choice, unless there is freedom to refuse”-David Hume In the Text “Frankenstein” Written by Merry Shelly there always seems to be one underlying lesson which is followed by a sense of wisdom that is here to be learned, and this is the David Hume’s theory of […]

The meaning behind light out is to show an insight on what it is like to experiences depression. The producer creates a physical representation of depression. There is a clear pro and antagonist of this film, the protagonist is the mother (Sophie i think) and the antagonist is clearly the supernatural murderous being that kills […]

descriptors traits actions comments Has distinct contrasting qualities to their character Usually of a high social rank or hold a position if power Often surrounded by devices that foreshadow someting negative Driven by strong emotions rather than logic or emotion Changes mind quickly- rash decisions to commit his life to a new career and changed […]

“A flase identity can fool anyone, even yourself” The idea that identity can be created and destroyed has been played around with alot during modern literature, it is an interesting Idea and creates alot of thoughts and theories that relate to the change of identity. Through the texts “The Great Gatsby” written by F Scott […]

“The allusion of pleasure cant fool reality”  In the novel “The Great Gatsby” written by F.Scott Fitzgerald we follow eight key characters through a rabbit warren of lies and twists that digs through three levels of social classes. Fitzgerald portrays an idea that life cant be an illusion by giving meaning to three symbols, the […]

Describe at least one important character in the written text Explain how this character is revealed to you through the text. charactor Relevance evedance Gatsby white White palace White shirts Blank eyes gatsby Green light Faded green light   nick Social injustice Morals judgmental  

1)- Nick is one of the main characters in the great gatsby and the narrator throughout the text. Along with some other characters nick changes quite a lot, in a way he was never directly affected by any major incidences but he was always on the sideline, he saw every thing that happened and i […]