Book Review: Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare

Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare is a comedic play that explores themes of love, mistaken identity, and the topsy-turvy nature of life. Set in the fictional Illyria, the play follows the adventures of Viola, who, shipwrecked and assuming her twin brother Sebastian is dead, disguises herself as a young man named Cesario. One of the strengths of Twelfth Night lies…

Capitalization Explained- English Made Easy

Capitalization refers to the use of uppercase letters at the beginning of a word or phrase. It serves several purposes in writing, including indicating proper nouns, starting sentences, and highlighting titles. Here’s a detailed explanation of capitalization with examples: Proper Nouns: Proper nouns are specific names of people, places, organizations, and things. They are always capitalized to distinguish them from…

Examining the Betrayal of the Seven Commandments- Animal Farm by George Orwell- CSEC English B

The Seven Commandments in Animal Farm are established by the animals on the farm as a set of principles to govern their behaviour and ensure equality. Throughout the novella, these commandments undergo alterations, reflecting the corruption of the original ideals. Here are the original Seven Commandments in order: Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy. Whatever goes upon four…

Squealer’s Manipulations-Animal Farm-CSEC English B

Squealer is a character from George Orwell’s novel Animal Farm, known for his ability to manipulate language and information to serve the interests of the ruling pigs, particularly Napoleon. Here are some detailed examples of Squealer’s manipulations from the novel: These examples illustrate how Squealer manipulates language, history, emotions, and information to uphold the pigs’ power and to suppress dissent…