Jean-Jacque Rousseau influence on Mary shelleys Frankenstein “I have love in me the likes of which you can scarcely imagine and rage the like of which you would not believe. If I cannot satisfy the one, I will indulge the other.” Mary Shelley wrote the novel ‘Frankentein’ in 1818, During this time there was a […]

Who are they? Jean-Jacque Rousseau was a genevan philosopher, writer, and composer of the 18Th century, mainly active in France. His political philosophy influenced the enlightenment across Europe, as well as aspects of the french revolution and the overall development of modern political and educational thought. (Not in my words) jean-jacques rousseau influence on […]

Settings- The Lab/loft The mountains On the boat in Russia The Lab: Victor set up a laboratory of sorts. He lives in a house, and on the top floor of his house, in what he describes as a chamber or a “cell” he keeps his “workshop of filthy creation” which is carefully separated from the […]

Character vs Self: “Life, although i my only an an accumulation of anguish, it is dear to me, and i will defend it” Often when people are miserable they don’t value their life but this quote shows conflict because he is miserable but he still values it and does not want it to end. “Often […]

Analyse the extent to which Frankenstein creature displays common characteristics of a gothic antagonist. Planning: Gothic Themes and Elements: The presence of a castle. Dark settings Low lighting Extreme landscapes, extreme weathers. Magic and the supernatural. Death, decay, darkness and madness. A passion-driven, wilful villain-hero or villain. A heroine that often faints and needs to be rescued A […]

Interview With the Vampire Anne Rice “People who cease to believe in God or goodness altogether still believe in the devil. I don’t know why. No, I do indeed know why. Evil is always possible. And goodness is eternally difficult.” This book has an amazing story that is very entertaining while also spooky and gothic, […]

New language: Know all the words   Table:   Tone and Mode: Discriptors Traits Actions Comments Has Distinct Contrasting Qualities to their character Usually of a High Social Rank or Holds a Position of Power Often Surrounded by devices that foreshadow something negative Train of my ideas, Total impulse that led to my ruin Choosing […]

The tell-tale heart if given from the view point of a nameless, genderless and generally mysterious person/The Narrator. There is very little information given about the person through this story. The only things we a told about the narrator is that at one point they were “Ill, Very Ill” and that he believes that he […]

The Tell-Tale Heart Contrasting Qualities He believes he is caring but he also murders someone he supposedly cares about He believed he is sane but he also murders someone due to the belief of his eye being evil ziggy played guitar, jamming good with weird and gilly and the spiders from mars He played it […]

Devlin Lynden The kings speech The King’s Speech is based on the diaries and notes of a speech therapist who helped King George VI overcome speech difficulties after his ascent to the throne. It outlines the ways in which the reluctant king was able to transform his speech difficulties and interact with his subjects without […]