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    heritage texts. Robert browning and Shakespeare both use very strong techniques when presenting their characters in the heritage texts “Macbeth” and “the laboratory” In this essay I will be exploring the ways in which Browning and Shakespeare both portray disturbed characters. Disturbed characters meaning...
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  • How are characters presented as disturbed in Macbeth, Laboratory and My Last Duchess?
    the showing of symptoms of mental illness, severe psychosis and neurosis. It is also useful to consider the audiences of each poem or play to elaborate on explanations. Macbeth, written by William Shakespeare, is set during the eleventh century is about the emotional manipulation of individuals and the...
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  • How are strong feelings of murder presented in Robert Browning’s ‘The Laboratory’ and Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’?
    works of Shakespeare's ‘Macbeth’ and Robert Browning’s ‘The Laboratory’ the audience will find many similarities between the strong feelings towards the act of murder which are evident. Although both texts are written in different forms of literature - Shakespeare's ‘Macbeth’ being in the form of a...
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    lover’ and Lady Macbeth and ‘Macbeth’ express their desire for power and control? Both Shakespeare and Browning are renowned writers from the world of English literature. The audience were forced to explore the choices made by the characters in both Macbeth and a selection of Browning’s poems to find out...
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    the writers present the narrator of the poem, Lady Macbeth and Macbeth as being disturbed? 1. It also mentions the beauty of the poisons and the death and how the narrator wants to see the woman painfully die in front of her husband. This links to Macbeth as they find the preparation of the persons...
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  • the boy in the striped pyjamas
    How do Shakespeare and Browning use linguistic and structural devices to present disturbed female characters in Macbeth and The Laboratory? The Guidelines Timing 4 hours Word count 2000 The Plan The Keywords The Way out AOs Assessment Objective one: ‘Respond to texts critically and imaginatively;...
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  • Shakespeare and Robert Browning
    their central characters. Lady Macbeth (and Macbeth) is motivated by the desire for ambition and authority in ‘Macbeth’ whilst in the Browning monologues; the monologists are driven by the desire of power and control in ‘Porphyria’s Lover’ and revenge in ‘The laboratory’. All of which seem to have fatal...
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  • Macbeth
    feelings to interest the reader. In the poem The Laboratory, written in 17th century by Robert Browning, there are many references to strong emotions that are felt. Robert Browning wrote this poem as a dramatic monologue. The main feelings throughout the poem are pain, jealousy, anger, hatred and loneliness...
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  • how does poo present poo
    hdghb iguftd jgyf Explore how writer present choices in Macbeth by William Shakespeare and the Laboratory by Robert Browning. In this essay I will construct an analysis of the two main female protagonists in Macbeth by William Shakespeare and The Labatory by Robert Browning. I will reflect on the...
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  • Poop
    – English Language/Literature Half Term 1 Controlled Assessment – Poetry/Macbeth Task: ‘Explore the ways a disturbed character is presented in Browning’s Monologues and ‘Macbeth’’ Focus: Reading and close analysis of two from the following poems: Browning’s ‘My Last Duchess’/’The Laboratory’/ ‘Porphyria’s...
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    apply their words through expression and the use of language. This is how we [the audience or reader], can tell the difference between Lady Macbeth’s personality and ambitions, and the woman in the Laboratory’s. Robert Browning has chosen the medium of poem, and Shakespeare is a playwright. Although very...
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  • Explore the ways in which Shakespeare presents Lady Macbeth and Browning presents the speakers in Porphyria’s Lover, My Last Duchess and the Laboratory
    which Shakespeare presents Lady Macbeth and Browning presents the speakers in Porphyria’s Lover, My Last Duchess and the Laboratory Shakespeare presents Lady Macbeth in such a way that she is shown as a strong and powerful woman. Her ability to manipulate Macbeth to murder Duncan in order to get...
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  • In What Ways Are Contrasts Between Central Female Characters Made Interesting in Macbeth and in the Laboratory?
    characters made interesting in Macbeth and in The Laboratory? Paragraph one – comment on when both pieces were written and how women were treated. Do the female characters conform? If not, now? Shakespeare’s play Macbeth and Robert Browning’s dramatic monologue, The Laboratory present their female characters...
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  • macbeth laboratry
    In both Macbeth and “The Laboratory” we have a very ambitious woman who is willing to resort to murder to accomplish her ends. Both women are not afriad to kill, both use a lot of descriptive language, and both are planners. The main similarity between the two of them is that both are open to murder...
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  • Explore the ways writer’s present human violence and sin in “Macbeth” and the dramatic monologues of Robert Browning
    human violence and sin in “Macbeth” and the dramatic monologues of Robert Browning Weakness and fatal flaws in literature reflect human nature. This means the reader can relate to the main character. In the two dramatic monologues by Robert Browning and in the play, ‘Macbeth’, each protagonist has a fatal...
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    Compare the ways in which 1shakepser and browning present disturbed female charecters in Macebth and the Laboratory. In this essay I will construct an analysis of the two main female protagonists in Macbeth by William Shakespeare and The Labatory by Robert Browning. I will reflect on the choices made by...
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  • My Pony
     The Laboratory is a poem which is set in the 18th century and is about a jealous woman who thinks her husband is cheating on her so she asks a chemist to make poison so she can kill her lover’s mistress. The main themes throughout this poem are love, hate and jealousy which eventually lead to death...
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  • Language Laboratory
    Language laboratories are study rooms equipped with electronic sound-reproduction devices, enabling students to hear model pronunciations of foreign languages and to record and hear their own voices as they engage in pattern drills. Most laboratories provide a master control board that permits a teacher...
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  • Techniques
    mean the matter that you read, my lord. Analogy A comparison made between two things that share something in common. Eg. Seamus Heaney, in his poem Digging, compares his pen to a spade and makes us think again about  the way his poetry works by concluding: ‘Ill dig with it’. Anecdote/anecdotal...
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  • Logic and History of Science
    literary terms To appreciate the three genres of literature by studying a play, a poem and a novel. 4. Application of the various Acquired Skills To write projects that will integrate the taught/acquired English Language skills. COURSE REQUIREMENTS: This is a compulsory course for all 200-level students...
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