Category: English AS

O What Is That Sound by W.H. Auden Analysis

Here is a complete analysis of the form, language and structure of Auden’s poem, ‘O What Is That Sound‘. Like with many of Auden’s poems, the time frame is very vague to help address an universal ideology. Feel free to skip to the parts most relevant to you. …

O Where Are You Going by W.H. Auden Analysis

Part of the anthology of unit for English Literature A level, ‘O Where Are You Going’ is a short poem by Auden  which is attempts to echo throughout time. Below is a complete analysis of the poem mentioning key elements in the form, language and structure. The poem …

Miss Gee by W.H. Auden Analysis

Be sure to check out other poems I have analysed on Ask Will Online. Also check out PoemAnalysis.com that has one of, if not the, largest database  of poetry analysis online – if I have not analysed a poem you are looking for on Ask Will Online, you will …

The Pied Piper of Hamelin by Robert Browning Analysis

Robert Browning’s poem, ‘The Pied Piper of Hamelin’ is a children’s story in the form of a poem. One of Browning’s longest poem, it tells of a story of the town of Hamelin that was over run with rats (if you don’t want the plot to the poem, …

My Last Duchess by Robert Browning Analysis

My Last Duchess is part of the anthology of poems that need to be studied at English A level. Below is a complete analysis of Robert Browning’s poem taking out the key ideologies, quotes and facts about the poem which includes the personality of the Duchess, what the poem is …

The Theme of Ghosts in The Great Gatsby

The theme of ghosts occurs a lot throughout the novel to display similarities to ghosts and juxtaposition too. I have seen all around the internet how many people are finding it difficult to relate the theme of ghosts and supernatural behaviour to that in The Great Gatsby. Yes, …

The Patriot by Robert Browning Analysis

‘The Patriot’ is one of the many poems English A level will have to study. Like with many of Browning’s poems, this is a dramatic monologue being that the character is talking to himself in a ‘dramatic’ way. The poem tells the story of somebody’s execution in front of …

Explore how Hosseini Creates a Vivid Sense of Place in The Kite Runner

The novel ‘The Kite Runner’ is told non-chronologically to make the significant scenes such as the rape scene more tragic to the reader. This structure to a novel makes it possible to contrast between the settings in the novel from old Afghanistanto America then to new Afghanistan. The …