Title: The Tragedy of Cymbeline Playwright: William Shakespeare Published / Performed: 1610 Type of Text: Play Main Characters: Genre: Tragedy Themes & Imagery: Synopsis: Personal Response: Favourite Part: My Top Five Lines & Passages:
The diary of Charles Pooter presents a very humourous account of suburban family life.
Having had his fill of conventional scholarship, Doctor Faustus sells his soul for the immense power offered by the demon Mephistopheles.
Five years after the end of "Foundation and Empire", the hunt is on for the secret Second Foundation and, with it, control of the Galaxy.
This book narrates the deeds of several Apostles and disciples of Jesus in spreading his word after his death, with a focus on Peter and Paul.
Title: Twelfth Night, or What You Will Playwright: William Shakespeare Published / Performed: 1601 Type of Text: Play Main Characters: Viola, a survivor of a shipwreck, who disguises herself as a man under the name of Cesario; her twin brother Sebastian, and Antonio who rescues him. Orsino, duke of Illyria; the noblewoman Olivia, whom Orsino wishes to woo; Olivia's … Continue reading Twelfth Night
A generation after the events of "Foundation", the growing Foundation must face the might of the dying Galactic Empire.
Name of Book: Psalms (first of five sub-divisions) Number of Book: OT 19 Chapters in Book: 41 Themes & Imagery: Synopsis: Personal Response: Favourite Part: My Top Five Lines & Passages:
John Dunbar finds life as a solitary soldier on the "Indian frontier" less appealing than expected - until he is welcomed into a local Native tribe.
"A Clockwork Orange" charts teenager Alex's violent crimes, his painful reform in prison, and the consequences when he is set free.