Lord of the Flies: Symbolism Symbol: Piggy’s Glasses Piggy’s glasses have been with him since he was three years old. Piggy always continued to wipe his glasses with his grubby windbreaker or any piece of clothing. “He took off his glasses and held them out to Ralph, blinking and smiling, and then started to wipe […]
Name: Piggy Appearance: Fat, short Language: English-proper-smart Origins: Middle-class citizen Relationships: Becomes close to Ralph early in the book – never liked Jack, bad relationship –
Touch…Taste…Smell…Sight…Sound Item: Threatening menacing painted with the colour of blood, inside a concealed liquid, withheld inside a tube. Painted with the colour of blood, a menacing shape accents the danger that occurs with it. Inside a concealed liquid, withheld inside a tube.
“It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen. Winston Smith, his chin nuzzled into his breast in an effort to escape the vile wind, slipping quickly through the glass doors of Victory Mansions, though not quickly enough to prevent a swirl of gritty dust from entering along with him.” […]
Relative Clauses: The man is walking alone the abandoned street with a trolley of objects. The buildings were tall and made the man look small. Paper and other rubbish littered the street. The rubbish was getting blown around by the wind. The man felt lonely strolling through the middle of the road. He looks around […]
Macbeth, a play written by Shakespeare, teaches people that under many situations in life, many people react differently to these devastating events that may take place. Likewise, how people can link back to a foolish decision someone made all for their own good. Have you ever said something to someone and regretted it after it […]
Act 5, Scene 1 Summary Characters: Doctors, Gentlewoman, Lady Macbeth Location: Dunsinane, a room in the castle Time: Unknown Events: The gentlewoman is overhearing Lady Macbeth aloud thoughts while she sleeps. Lady Macbeth has become fearful, carries like with her. Lady Macbeth is sleepwalking. Gentlewoman says that Lady Macbeth won’t stop rubbing her hands together, […]