Patriotic and imperial impulses jostle with anti-war sentiment. Discuss the significance of conflicting feelings in representations of war in The Charge of the Light Brigade and The Man of Feeling
How does the use of sound in Hitchcock’s films contribute to their overall effect?
Griffiths states that “the worlds of crime and the worlds of the dramatist…regularly overlapped on the page, stage, and street”, and Measure for Measure is known as the ‘problem’ play
An interrogation of the intersection of crime and sex in Shakespeare’s Macbeth
How is illicit female sexuality portrayed in Fifty Shades of Grey and The Children’s Hour?
Cultural resistance in the albums What’s Going On and To Pimp a Butterfly
Analyse the relationship between the physical body and spirituality in The Life of Christina of Markyate
‘The postmodern writer/artist is in the position of a philosopher: the texts he writes or the work he creates is not in principle governed by pre-established rules and cannot be judged according to predeterminant judgement’.
A comparative reading of ‘On Being Cautioned Against Walking on an Headland Overlooking the Sea, Because it was Frequented by a Lunatic’ by Charlotte Smith and ‘The Haunted Beach’ by Mary Robinson, with a focus on nature
The use of classical myth and bible allusion in the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American slave, written by himself and The Souls of Black Folk