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George Orwell, 1984

The introduction of the novel Nineteen Eighty-Four says it all. It cannot be denied that control is present in the society. A few sentences in the first paragraph: “On each landing, opposite the lift shaft, the poster with the enormous face gazed from the wall. It was one of those pictures which are so contrived…

November the 12th 1939. Autumn. The hotel….

We pulled up outside the hotel, the rain bouncing down on to the muddy track. The icy wind rattled the trees and blew the dead rotting leaves. The hotel was half covered in the gloomy fog, which hang like the black ripper’s cloak. This fog had been looming around for many days, but it seemed…

Account for Lloyd George’s fall from office in 1922

Lloyd George became Prime Minister in 1916, with the formation of a coalition government, between the Liberals, Labour and the Conservatives. Unfortunately, the outbreak of World War One had divided the liberals. The then Prime Minister, Herbert Asquith had begun to loose his grip as a formidable political figure and when the option of creating…

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Of mice and men

Despite the warmth of the early morning sun gradually seeping through the cracks in the bunkhouse walls, it was cold within. George lay awake, he hadn’t slept all night, suddenly the door swung open and Carlson steamed in, he glanced at George and shook his head. “You plannin’ on jus’ lying there all day” Carlson…

Who in you opinion is the greatest victim of mice and men?

Who in you opinion is the greatest victim OF MICE AND MEN? From my point of view, George is the main victim of the story. Evidence for this is the fact that throught his life he has sacrified his own life to look after Lennie. He had to become a father figure and protect hisy…

Dance of the Demons

It was a horrendously dark stormy night, while my friends and I were flying a helicopter through the thick, dense woods back to our base. Suddenly we were caught by flashes of thunder and lightning which broke the helicopters wing and resulted in a crash landing injuring us all. There were three of us and…

Of Mice and Men

From the beginning of the film the audience gets the idea of the migrant worker. Lennie and George travel by fritting a train, which is the hobo way of travelling. The film also starts with the ending and then tells the weed story. Both the book and the film sustain the idea of Lennie and…

It was a bitter winter’s night

It was a bitter winter’s night and George was sitting in his big white house. George’s lapdog, Tony, was lying at his owner’s feet. His big pointy ears were jiggling and his huge forehead was creasing up as he breathed in and out. George was watching television. Although he was not really mentally capable of…

Creative writing about George and Lennie

Stumbling through the wet grass the two came frantically running, looking behind them at every few strides, breathing hard, disturbing the green grass and disrupting the harmony of the birds sitting in trees chirping and whistling the final songs of the day, while dogs barked and people shouted far behind them. A voice could be…

What contribution does Slim make to ‘Of mice an men’

For my coursework I am going to analyse the character of Slim and say what contribution he makes in ‘Of Mice and Men’. I will describe what he says, what he does, what other people think of him and his relationship with the other ranch hands. We first meet Slim on page fifty five, this…

Of Mice and men

Memories? Yeah, I’ve had plenty, seen men come an’ go on this ranch, so many I can’t hardly remember them, but two stick in my mind like it was only yesterday, but must be near on twenty years ago… oh I’m Slim, I lead the mule team, sure does beat busting a gut bucking barley……

The war of the worlds

This essay has been written to compare similarities and differences in two fictional stories; “The Red Room” by H. G. Wells and extracts from “1984” by George Orwell and Winston’s experiences in the “Room 101”. Both of these stories have both distinct similarities and differences in writing style. The main similarities between the two are…

Mice and Men

There are a number of characters in Of Mice and Men who have dreams of a better life. These characters include George, Lennie and Candy, who dream of a farm of their own, and Curley’s wife, who dreams of becoming a glamorous Hollywood actress. In this essay I will discuss their dreams and the effects…

My essay of mice and mMen

In the novel Of Mice And Mice Lenny and George are on there travels to look for work but everything seems to go wrong Because Lenny can not control his anger or his strength and George is all ways there to get Lenny out of trouble but George treats Lenny like it his is own…

John Steinbeck

Introduction The American dream was created by James Truslow Adams in 1931, James Truslow Adams believed that the American dream was of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunities for each according to ability or achievement, the American dream was targeted at poor people who wanted…

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