Analysis of Silas Marner’s character

Silas Marner’s character develops throughout the novel, and passes through several different stages. The first sign we see of Silas’ character is that he has a delicate personality, and this characteristic is demonstrated after he has been accused of the theft of a bag of money, in chapter one. He is tried, and found guilty Read More

Character study of Willy Loman

Willy Loman is a very unique character, he is pathetic and a modern tragic hero. I think the problem comes mainly from his excessive daydreaming, and his view of the American Dream, which is to succeed in life by being attractive and well liked by society. He spent most of his life pursing a dream Read More

A Character study of Billy Liar

As you can imagine from the title, Billy is a very courageous liar and whatever he says becomes a lie. In this play, Billy tells many lies such as him being able to speak six languages. Billy is a very cunning person as he dates two girls at the same time without any of them Read More


The opening credits which can also be considered as the establishing shot start with Columbia Pictures. Columbia Pictures is owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment. Columbia Pictures caption starts with the camera going down Columbia Lady. Columbia Lady is represented goddess like; she also looks like the statue of liberty. The background colours are all golden Read More

Pope’s protagonist

Pope’s protagonist is protected and guided by tiny fragile sylphs, who are portrayed throughout the poem as powerless creatures. Instantly we recognise the poem as a mock epic by the use of such delicate machinery who are supposed to take the role of the gods presented in epic texts, protecting and guiding the hero or Read More

Basil Faulty

Although there are other constant characters in Faulty Towers, Basil Faulty is the only character that fully drives the narrative. He is the ultimate main character and protagonist, not many sit-coms have just one main character. Another original feature of Faulty Towers is that the audience genuinely dislikes the protagonist. The character ‘Basil Faulty’ is Read More


At the beginning of the scene, I would perform the role by acting neutral and understanding; I’d adopt a stance of legs shoulder-width apart, arms loose by my sides, facing Creon. My face would show neither frown nor smile, being neutral again. This would show that I was prepared to accept Haemon’s argument, without having Read More