One of the trial essays I had done about John Donne’s poetry, but if anyone can give me advice on how to make my argument stronger or their take on how he plays a game with the reader that would be great. Through the use of religious connotations and essentially contrasts, Donne is able to play … More Donne, The Flea and a game of trickery.
A modern take on John Donne’s ‘The Flea’; hope it’s intense. I want you to take note of this flea. Now you’ve recognised it, is it not something so minuscule? Insignificant to you and I? It bit me first, now it has bitten you, thus a part of both of us is in this creature. … More The Flea: Persuasive Speech
A short introductory note on Nick I wrote ages ago. It was my first glance on him and the novel. Fitzgerald presents Nick as recluse and introverted which gives reason to his perceptive and skeptical nature towards people at first glance. He begins the narrative by commenting on himself and how he was taught by his … More Nick’s Presentation in the first two pages of Great Gatsby