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Above me the thunder screamed at me as if it was trying to talk to me. I couldn’t sleep, I was so excited about tomorrow, Me, Riku and Kairi were finally go to leave our island to explore other worlds, which we get to on the raft we made, it was a stormy night I was so worried about raft I decided to go sneak outside, so that I could check on the raft, I left out into the stormy night.

I decided to take my wooden sword with me just in case, while I was running to check on the raft I saw a black monster,with rope like antenna hang over its head, it is completely black expect for its eyes, which were glowing with with hunger, hunger for me. I trying hitting them with my wooden sword but it is useless and I ditch the sword and keep running.

Beyond me Riku was standing on a cliff side staring into the dark abyss that was the storm.”Riku,” I yell out to him and he turns to the side, sees I’m there and smiles calming,which tells me he is ok.”The world’s are open to explore,” Riku says to as I stand in front him “AAAAAHH!” I yell something is travelling up my leg, it looks like darkness has taken a form and is swallowing me whole. I turn and look at Riku, who is also being swallowed by the darkness, except it is way closer to him almost up to his face.

Around me the darkness consumed me, everything goes black. Am I dead or asleep ?

Subordinate clauses

All hope was lost, unless the citizens ignored the signs.

It was a bright cold day in April.The clocks were striking 13.Winston Smith had his chin nuzzled into his chest to escape the wind. He slipped quickly through Victory Mansions. Not quickly enough to prevent a swirl of gritty dust from entering along with him.

Macbeth Essay:

William Shakespeare uses similes in his play, Macbeth to interest people (a simile is a comparison of thing with another.)this simile, which was quoted by sergeant, is used to compare two sides of the battle to two sleepy swimmers who clutch each other and drown because of it, “as two spent swimmers , that do cling.”

Through out the play, Macbeth’s world is affected by what he does, this commonly know as pathetic fallacy, the main changes in Macbeth is the weather, this is demonstrated in act 1, scene 1 when the witches enter it is queued ” Thunder and lightning. Enter three Witches.” This is used to create a mood in the air (atmosphere) that tells us about the characters and how they act.

Lady Macbeth tends to use Macbeth’s emotion against him by calling him a coward and accusing Macbeth of not loving her lady Macbeth’s work on Macbeth, and she slow turns his thoughts of kindness into thoughts of murder, act 1, scene 7 Macbeth questions lady Macbeth and replies “We fail! But screw your courage to the sticking place and well not fail. “After Lady Macbeth says this Macbeth is convinced and they proceed to the murder of King Duncan. This suggests that by taunting and playing with Macbeth he starts to lesson to Lady Macbeth , in away she trains him like a dog.

In Macbeth, when Lady Macbeth and Macbeth make decisions for example when King Duncan it can affect the world, this maybe through weather, and when evil deeds are being done or being thought through, this maybe demonstrated by thunder and lightning storms. Just before King Duncan is murdered, Pathetic fallacy is used when Fleance says “The moon is down I have not heard the clock.” This sets the atmosphere in Macbeth’s castle to murder Duncan. This is relating to Macbeth’s inner thought’s and his lack of control of his dreams in his subconscious when he sleeps. “Fair is foul and foul is fair. Hover through the fog and the filthy air…” everything is not as it should be and that doing things you believe are correct may not be and things you believe are bad maybe correct so by something bad may lead to good things and doing something bad may lead to bad things, this relates to Macbeth’s ambition to be king when he killed the king, he became king, but as a result he felt a great guilt dwell with in him, because he respected the king and cared for the king, the reason he is doing this is Lady Macbeth’s continuous judgement of whether Macbeth is a man or not.

William Shakespeare uses Dramatic Irony in Macbeth, this shows that only the audience and a small amount of characters in the play know something the other characters don’t know, a good example of this was when the witches tell Macbeth he was going to be king, only the witches knew this and later on during the play Macbeth becomes king and this shows by when the witches said “All hail, Macbeth! that shalt be king hereafter.” This prediction even true at the time did not turn out the way Macbeth had expected, When Macbeth told Lady Macbeth about how to the witches told him he would be king, this started lady Macbeth to encourage Macbeth to go further and become king, she was pressuring Macbeth into killing the king even though he was already the thane of Cawdor but lady Macbeth pushed him to be king.

Shakespearian plays tend to keep the audience interested by showing the characters ambition in his plays the characters ambition is mainly to murder someone or to become rich (which is one of the main ambitions in Macbeth) not only in Macbeth but in Shakespeare’s other plays like Hamlet where Hamlet’s ambition is to kill his uncle is shown through metaphors. In Macbeth the continuously shows Macbeth’s ambition to be king(or should I say lady Macbeth’s ambition to king) and how he is unworthy of the throne or the title of the king , most characters in Macbeth believe Macbeth is behind all of the super natural happenings and the murder of their previous king, Duncan. Angus shows some of his anger towards Macbeth and how he feels about Macbeth being king, through this quote ( a metaphor)”Now does his title hang loose about him, like a giant’s robe upon a dwarfish.

supernatural devices are used in Macbeth, one of the most common uses of this in Macbeth are the witches, we meet the witches in the act and scene in Macbeth this shows that they are important characters in the play, they are creating mischief and stirring things up you may refer to them as those people who try to stir things up and make others turn on each other like kids in a playground fight, for example when they meet Macbeth and tell him he is king to be king he goes and kills Duncan or when the apparitions appear (another supernatural thing in Macbeth sort of like a ghost if you will) the first apparitions warning is “Beware Macbeth”, the second apparitions warning is “Be bloody, bold, and resolute. Laugh to scorn The power of man, for none of woman born Shall harm Macbeth.” and third apparitions warning is “Be lion-mettled, proud, and take no care Who chafes, who frets, or where conspirers are.Macbeth shall never vanquished be until Great Birnam Wood to high Dunsinane Hill Shall come against him.” after Macbeth here’s this he is not worried he then heads to kill Macduff and his family, the reason supernatural is good to see and keeps the audience interested because a lot of people like that kind stuff and Shakespearian tragedy was another way of going to see a horror movie in William Shakespeare’s time.

Macbeth research

From my research I have done I am going to answer my first question,
What was Shakespeare’s most used genre in his plays?
Shakespeare’s most genre is Shakespearean revenge,
But he also had some other famous genres like Shakespearean comedy, Shakespearean revenge and Shakespearean romance were also very successful plays too.


How many poetic devices have I used if I have name them and how many times have I used them?

Bird’s eye view

As fresh as the air,
Like a blade slicing through the wind,
We glide as one you and I,
Even as one lives and one dies.

The scent of flowers ride on the air,
It hits my nose and I turn and glare,
I circle ’round when I see weak prey,
As in 1 dive, with my mouth wide open.

I play with my prey like mouse and cat,
Hit it back and forth repeatedly,
After I have done I finally feast,
On his tender flesh.

At last I return to my nest,
On a mountain top with my hatchlings,
I feed them what’s left of the fish,
As I head for the clouds,
To rest I seek to do this again everyday.

I fly with a sqwark,
Glide only for a ride,
Wing around a ring,
Swak in the sky with a cry,
I flap with a lap,
I make a beat with my beck and hear mouses squeak.

Doctor Dolittle by Richard Fleischer made in 1967

A man discovers he has a special ablity to talk to animals, he discovers this when he almost hits a dog and the dog tells at him and runs. After the dog (Lucky) brings


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