I looked down in despair, out of the wrecked window, the people below me like ants amidst the burning smoke. The confusion, while my heart raced as I thought to myself “what is left?” As I stuck my head out of the shattered glass, I shouted for help and gasped for air. The smoke filled […]

Over the last 30 years, technology has permitted us to do things that were considered unachievable and has now doubtlessly made numerous tasks far simpler. However, with this evolving, it has had many negative impacts and effects on our lives. We find ourselves living in a world where we can tell our heart rates using our […]

I’ve recently read an article written by Isabelle Kerr where she disapproves the use of slang and criticizes those who use it. I strongly feel that she has made the wrong judgement on the way she’s interpreted slang. Overall, my main cause for disagreement would be that colloquial language is not useless and detrimental to English language. On the contrary, […]

Within the course of this essay I will be discussing how Shakespeare presents the flaws that characters portray in his play “Othello” and similarly how Robert Browning does the same in his poems “Porphyria’s lover” and “The Laboratory – Ancien Regime”. I will show how Othello’s pride leads to his down fall and how Shakespeare uses figurative […]

As I look down in despair, out of the broken window, the people below me like ants amidst the burning smoke, the confusion, my heart raced as I thought to myself “what is left?” I stuck my head out of the broken window shouting for help, gasping for air, the smoke filling my lungs up […]

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