When I say the word ‘Millennials’, what do you think of? Do you think of someone, possibly between the age of 17 to 25, who lives with their parents, drinks Starbucks, and is narcissistic, self-entitled and lazy. I’m here today to tell you that this stereotype we hold of the Millennial Generation is prejudiced, misconceived […]

I can’t stop myself. I can’t just sit here. I reach forward. ‘No!’ A harsh voice from somewhere behind me. ‘She needs to hear from you, she’s waiting!’ A second, more rational voice. Turning around, the illusion is gone, merely a whisper from inside my mind. I’d tried to stop myself, but there she was, […]

A single eyelash flutters open. Awakening to a raspy voice isn’t exactly the way you’d hope to wake up this morning. “Everyone upstairs, we are entering the bay” demands a muffled PA system. Hands travel slowly down freshly laundered sheets enveloping you, each threaded fibre delicately caressing your body like a bed of feathers. Opening up […]

What is John doing/what is going on around John when Charles appears? At the time that Charles appears, John has just set up his belongings in his new dorm room. He is listening to operatic choir music from his record player. He is watching people socialize outside his room, he looks envious, looking to solve […]

In the novel ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’, written by Harper Lee, a significant theme is the co-existence of good and evil. This is represented in this novel, firstly, by Arthur ‘Boo’ Radley, who is perceived by the population of Maycomb County as the personification of evil, someone who has wronged others and is to be […]

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