In the book “Lord of the flies”, written by William Golding, we learn about how the base of human nature is evil and destructive, and how a collective society is the only reason humans don’t destroy themselves and the world around them. William shows this message throughout the story by having this group of males […]

In the book “Looking For Alaska”, written by John Green, we learn about how death can come at any time, and that dealing with it is quite difficult. John shows this message throughout the story, as every character encounters a death at some point in their life, and we get to see the rather depressing […]

In the book “Mortal Fire”, written by¬†Elizabeth Knox, we learn about how if you want things to go well in life, then you must remain determined to do so, no matter the risk it might hold for us, and no matter what it means in the short-term. Elizabeth Knox displays this message by writing Canny’s […]

Okay, so “Mortal Fire” is one of them. Next can be “Lord of The Flies” since we are allowed to. How about… I have no idea. I’ll just write up the book reports for those two, then ask some friends for the other 4 ones. Maybe a movie at some point would be a good […]

Between Ozymandias and Macbeth, there is a similarity in the way they both tell the tale of a king who believes they are great, only to fall into nothing. They both can be described as “hubris.” They can explain why even the greatest of us are in fact worth nothing at all in the long […]

Name one language effect in this poem: Iambic pentameter “I met a traveller from an antique land, ”   How does Percy use this effect to communicate the idea of hubris in his sonnet. Percy writes the poem in a way that allows other people to understand the information it hides, but still hide yet […]