Simon Armitage was born in West Yorkshire, England in 1963. He earned a BA from Portsmouth University in geography, and an MS in social work from Manchester University, where he studied the impact of televised violence on young offenders. He worked as a probation officer for six years before focusing on poetry. Percy Byshee Shelley […]

Seamus Heaney presents the poem follower to represent the relationship between the father and the son.By showing the aundience that the effects of the word its self “follower” went from when he used to follow his father steps  and  get in the way when he was working with a horse plough”I stumbled in his hob-nailed […]

The tempest is a Shakespearen play.Its based on the genre of romance tragedy and betrayal.It’s focused around a rightful duke gets betrayed by his brother and steals his place (Prospero)theme of tragedy and betray.The other part romance is (Miranda) she is Prosperos daughter and she hasnt seen any other male apart from her dad .Till […]

Once upon a time there was two brothers Jose & Pablo they were orphans from the day they were born their mother was wife to a drug lord and she did not want her kids to follow their paths so she paid the doctors to make a fake abortion document so that the drug lord El Capo did […]

The Dickensian Aspect We all know what is poverty.Poverty is a not something you decide to chose for.It is more like a raffle out of the 255(average birth rate per minute worldwide)but that is not the bad part. The bad part is when you have someone that actually has loads of money and buying someone […]

Types of poverties that there are today Spiritual Poverty This is when people don’t care about their soul or spirit they have no meaning to their life they are always stressing about how hard their life is and do not have hope on eternal life for anything like that .Having hope that their is a […]

I Have chosen 2 quotes relating to poverty seeing as we are focusing on poverty this term. Quote 1: The way to turn our economy around is not by making rich people poorer, it’s by making poor people richer. By:Marco Rubio In this quote we have to different type of meanings in 1.Marco says he […]

Charles Dickens creates Scrooge’s character by describing him in various different forms. Just like the following: “but he was tight-fisted”In this small quote Charles Dickens refers to Scrooge as tight-fisted ( means someone that is not willing to spend or give much money)which is exactly what Scrooge is, a person that only wants to make money […]

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens Ghost of Christmas Past (Chapter 2):   Chapter 2 is based about a Ghost of the past that Scrooge got warned about on the previous chapter by The Ghost of Marley. Scrooge is sleeping and suddenly wakes up, the time is all wrong. Scrooge is confused and doesn’t know […]

London Nautical School. What an excellent school.These are just a few points of the schools excellence. The toilets are superb the slippery green slimy floor is just great for skiing.The lunch hall kitchen is great, the sinks add and extra layer of greasy protection to the plates so they stay clean for a long time.The […]