Parson’s Way up to Heaven

Parson’s Pleasure/The Way Up To Heaven Today, I’m going to compare two of Roald Dahl’s short stories; namely ‘The Way Up To Heaven’ and ‘Parson’s Pleasure’. These two short stories have similarities and differences; the main similarity being that you … Continue reading

Kate’s Traits

For this project, I chose Katharina (Kate). The play is William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew”. It is set partly in Padua and partly in Verona. Kate is the extraordinary main character of the play. Over the course of … Continue reading

Taming of the Shrew (Act V, Sc. II)

In this well-known soliloquy, the now-tame Kate addresses the women at the wedding banquet:  “Wipe those frowns off your faces and stop rolling your eyes”, which are considered to be “disrespectful” towards their husbands.  This concludes the main plot of the play … Continue reading

Journey Through Destruction

The aftermath of war is worse than war itself. It ravaged the earth, as country turned on country and everything was annihilated. Vasily Vorschevsky was behind it all. He is this man’s mortal enemy, a nuclear terrorist who sought world … Continue reading