Rhys Ashworth

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  • What Is The Making Meaning Module?

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    meant that Rhys did not feel pressured to be filmed and it was up to him how much he shared with us. We chose to have Rhys as the first speaker shown in our film as it meant that audiences sympathise with him and then they hear about the facts behind knife crime, thus putting the audiences’ sympathy into context making a bigger impact. The bridge between Rhys’ interview and Ffion’s interview about the psychological reasons behind knife crime felt seamless and began to answer why Rhys was witness

  • Creative Writing : A Short Story

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    They don’t notice it at first. Between the cold weather, Rachel’s nervous breakdown and scrounging for as much of Danny’s asthma medication as they can, it’s months of infrequent bathing before either of them notices it. “What’s that?” Rachel asks shrilly, backing away from her six year old daughter as her four year old son looks up from his coloring nervously. Charlie shrugs as she looks up at her mother, her father coming into the room quietly behind her. “Don’t know. Just showed up one day

  • Persuasive Essay On The Fox

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    Scrutiny over skin colour seems ever so prevalent, the idea of diverse culture is ignored unless it is the white way; otherwise, it is too primitive. In a foreign land, guns and white skin give the right to rip children away from their families and culture. Yet it is for their own good, is it not? The children are like little birds trapped in a fallen nest and about to become prey to something new. A new predator that they haven’t seen, but with its appearance it forces its new ways onto those around

  • She Believed in All or Nothing

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    Everything happened completely unexpectedly. It was all far too fast and quick for to comprehend. The last few days have just been this complete blur in the mind of sixteen year old Celeste Clancy. It was Thursday, September 15 when it all went down; and if there was one exact detail Celeste remembered was how fair the weather had been over the sleepy town of Redmeadow. It had been rather overcast much of that morning, but the clouds made sure to clear up by mid-afternoon before allowing a small

  • Analysis of I Am Legend Essay

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    The way the world is seen varies with each passing person. What is observed as good from one may be the damning pathway to hell for another. Many times these beliefs are instilled upon us at a very early age which can result with a twisted outlook on life that we had little to no control over. As we grow older we are than further influenced through our religion (or lack of), culture, and passed experiences. With that in mind, it is easy to see that reality can be just as interchangeable and

  • Richard Matheson 's ' I Am Legend '

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    In I am Legend, Richard Matheson depicted Robert Neville as another man in another life before the plague broke out. He was a father and a husband. Your average joe working a blue collar job in the 1950 's, facts of life that change for him once the plague took hold of humanity. He created a safe-guarded sanctuary for himself within his own home fortified by garlic and crosses from the vampires who dominated the fallen world outside. Solitude was his only companion. Society provided Neville with

  • Jane Eyre vs Wide Sargasso Sea Essay example

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    takes the reader through the experiences of Jane Eyre, from childhood to adulthood. This includes her love for Mr. Rochester, who is the master of Thornfield Hall, the school in which Jane works at as an adult. Wide Sargasso Sea, a novel by Jean Rhys, includes

  • Heart of Darkness and Wide Sargasso Sea: Depiction and Effect Due to Colonization

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    to. These two characters not only deal with their own personal struggles, but are connected to the struggles of people close to them (namely Kurtz and Antoinette).Joseph Conrad and Jean Rhys attribute these hardships to the effects of colonialism. Conrad mainly uses Kurtz as his symbol for colonialism, while Rhys uses Mr. Rochester. The ways in which these two characters interact with their new settings move the narratives. Throughout Heart of Darkness, Joseph Conrad points to the

  • Gaining Agency Through Sex : A Critical Analysis Of Wide Sargasso Sea

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    Gaining Agency Through Sex: A Critical Analysis of Wide Sargasso Sea Almost none of the characters introduced in “Wide Sargasso Sea” by Jean Rhys have control of their lives. In fact, control, or lack thereof, is a major dilemma seen from the two perspectives in the novel. To obtain control of their choices and actions, or gain agency, some of the characters use sex, though this doesn’t work out in everyone’s favor. The only characters who can use sex to gain agency are Rochester, the protagonist’s

  • The Importance Of Character Demeanor In Wide Sargasso Sea

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    Outside Setting plays a crucial role in the development of a novel, as it gives readers insight within the book through its ability to evoke emotion from characters and readers alike, as well as reflect the society in which the characters exist. In Jean Rhys’ Wide Sargasso Sea, the setting is used to allow characters to perceive the environment around them, which influences behaviour through the connection of understanding between the character and nature of the framework in which they thrive. Throughout