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Original Writing 'I Am Homeless' (To describe how being homeless would fell like for one night) In Nigeria, I lived in an expensive mansion which you could see from a mile away. I had left the country to explore the world; I was a millionaire in Nigeria, but in Britain my Naira's meant nothing. I was left with the status if tramp, I will have to make do with the street corner and carrier bags. Luckily I stopped of near Asda, and got as many plastic bags as possible and found a golden coin which I used to get a trolley. I slept inside; it was comfortable then I thought, however it was cold that didn't stop me from sleeping. Handling to sleep was the simple part, but hacking the cold was a mission... the constant shiver affecting me dearly. I ever knew that birds could be so irritating; I was trying to sleep, but the audacity of the birds was what troubled me the most. They thought out of all people to poo on I was the fit candidate, whilst I am asleep pooing other me, it got me completely vexed. ...read more.


The Incredibles Movie Poster Annotation The Incredibles Movie Poster Includes technical and literal devices such as taglines and lightings. This essay will focus on them individually focusing on the specific characters and what is in the background and subliminal hints on the characters power. The genre is a cartoon, animation, fantasy, action, superhero movie, but the cartoon is for children as it is an animation. But there are aspects that could entertain adults seeing how their family is coping and the husband and wife's relationship. The Age rating is PG (Parental guidance) this means that there is action and mild violence but would be suitable for anyone but if young should be supervised. The lighting of the whole poster is quite bright this cause the eye catching affect mostly to young children who are attracted to bright colours. Also Red and yellow which applies to the theme of The Incredibles. It's significantly lighter were the family is so you can focus on the facial expressions of the characters, plus the explosion which is being run away from by the group. ...read more.


Coursework - Arthur Conan Doyle Explore how several stories by Arthur Conan Doyle reveal Victorian attitudes toward gender, ethnicity and class. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (22 May 1859 - 7 July 1930) was a British author most noted for his stories about the Sherlock Holmes, which are generally considered a major innovation in the field of crime fiction, and for the adventures of Professor Challenger. He was a prolific writer whose other works include science fiction stories, historical novels, plays and romances, poetry, and non-fiction. At the time of Arthur Conan Doyle's stories was considered the time of the Victorian economic development, the eras of shipping and worldwide distribution introducing drugs such as cocaine and morphine. Also migration was a big issue; many other races were migrating such as Romanians called Gypsies and Asians who normally operated in the black market (Opium Dealing/ Drug Dealing). The Victorian Era was also remembered for the gender differences. Men were respected but females were seen as domestic slaves. Women would tend to ask for directions from males. Also give problems to be sorted by men. Men could be promiscuous and indulge in drugs and socially incorrect activities and won't be judged as harshly as a woman. ?? ?? ?? ?? Kehinde Akindojuromi - Coursework ...read more.

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