LONDON Essay Examples

Stone сold and modest proposal

In this essay, I will compare two texts, which consider the theme of homelessness. The two texts I will compare will be Stone Cold a 20th century novel, the other A Modest Proposal a pre 20th satirical economic proposal. Stone Cold was written by Robert Swindells. The novel is mainly based on a boy called… View Article

My Locket

    He shuck my by the shoulders, banging my head against the wall. I collapsed to the floor, everything went black, and I woke it to find him on top of me defiling me in the worst possible way. I snapped, I had enough of been pushed around, I would face the devil. He… View Article

Mary Shelley vs. Frankenstein

In the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley, the author relates her life to the events that happened in the book. Certain events in her life led her to write the horror story that eerie, rainy night at Lord Byron’s mansion in London. Mary Shelley experienced many tragedies and losses. Writing a novel like Frankenstein was… View Article

The novel Frankenstein

This is a long sentence that helps to build up tension, which helps create drama and atmosphere. The long sentence makes you, the reader run out of breath physically and this is to feel and give you an idea about his nervousness now that he has created this monster. When Victor wakes up he finds… View Article

Using a PC Correctly and Safely

Born in 1812 the second child of a Navy Pay officer, life was never going to be easy for Charles Dickens. In his infant years Dickens had his fair share of bad luck. He knew how it felt to be cold, miserable, poor and altogether unhappy. Soon Dickens’ father was in debt and was sent… View Article

Scrooge’s changing character

This is part of the moral message of the novella. In Stave Three Scrooge meets the Ghost of Christmas Present. It is this journey surveying the poverty that exists around him in London which produces the greatest change in Scrooge. When he visits the Cratchits he is presented to the reader in a way which… View Article

The final scene of Willy Russell’s

Directing a production of the final scene of Willy Russell’s ‘BLOOD BROTHERS’ In this piece of coursework, I am going to describe how I would direct the final scene in the play ‘BLOOD BROTHER’S’ written by Willy Russell’s. I will use all aspects of theatre such as characterisation, mood, themes, and dramatic techniques. Furthermore, I… View Article

Composed upon westminster bridge

Composed Upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802, written by William Wordsworth starts very differently to the poem London, which was written by William Blake, “Earth has nothing to show more fair”. Wordsworth paints a very unique picture of the part of London he is writing about by using hyperbole and personification. We can see this… View Article

Themes and characters in television

Most of the time the audience of a television fiction programme will determine its content and the types of issues that are raised in it. Eastenders is seen as family viewing, aired on BBC1 before the 9 o’clock watershed and after the usual ‘dinner’ time. Whereas Father Ted is shown after the 9 o’clock watershed,… View Article

Media studies comparative

Over the last twenty-five years the television series ‘Doctor Who’ (and others) have altered massively. Different styles of presenting television shows, the way actors act and the certain way the story flows ultimately means that the new Doctor Who series is shown in a brand new light. This essay sets out to outline and highlight… View Article

Made in Chelsea analysis of an episode

From the episode of Made In Chelsea I watched, I can say that the representations we have of upwardly mobile young city dwellers are that they are social-oriented, whose lives seem to be some care-free that they can cavort around various places in London—and the world—without any problems. We also only see characters of a… View Article

Saltburn to Flamborough Head

Coastal systems are dynamic meaning they are undergoing constant, and some people would argue increasing rates of change. This therefore leads us to think that they are incredibly hard to predict thus making them difficult to manage. Around the United Kingdom there is a deliberate attempt to impede the change of the coast, by using… View Article

The location of businesses

Businesses can choose where to locate. Sometimes choice of location is critical. In other cases it is less important. What is the difference? And what happens when a ‘right choice’ suddenly becomes a wrong choice? Factors influencing location Every business locates where it thinks it will be successful. If you remember that businesses need:  staff… View Article

Marketing demographics

The profile for the potential customers of Bob Bicycles consists of the following geographic, demographic, and behavioral factors: It is said that the immediate geographic target of the company is London. In terms of demographics, the company’s market segment includes male and female whose age ranges from 25 above. In a study conducted, it is… View Article

Aims and objectives

Based on these characteristics of project management, it can be gathered that an event is also a project. What distinguishes an event from other projects is that it has a very strong marketing element because it involves many actors, from the provider of the product or service and the prospective clients. Events assembles people therefore… View Article