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(Drags self to laptop)

Demanding day alternately digging in overgrown veg patch and digging in thickets of theology.

G’night all.

(Puts head down on laptop and becomes comatose.)

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Commentary on Frankenstein - Justin Lau

Victor Frankenstein’s abomination is finally brought to existence right at the beginning of the fifth chapter of Mary Shelley’s horror tale. Victor was ardent and eager for his creation to be brought to life. 1,311 more words

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In at least two works of poetry you have studied, compare how images convey the thoughts and feelings of the speaker. - Justin Chor Yu Liu

In at least two works of poetry you have studied, compare how images convey the thoughts and feelings of the speaker.

Poetry, compared to prose, is a short and succinct form of literature, so not a word or line is to be wasted; each image is meticulously crafted by the poet to achieve maximum effect. 1,776 more words

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Commentary on Frankenstein - Brian Ng

Commentary on Frankenstein Pages 58-59

A brief summary of the content entailed in these pages: Victor Frankenstein successfully brings to life his creation: a living creature, whose soul is entrapped in a hideous amalgamation of decaying body parts. 1,418 more words

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Commentary on Frankenstein - Li Pak Hei Issac

English “Frankenstein” Commentary Volume II Chapter 2 p.101 – 103

This chapter reunites Victor and the creature after a separation of years. Tormented by guilt and rage following the deaths of William and Justine, Victor Frankenstein climbs Montanvert alone to see the sublime and magnificent view from the mountain to relieve his negative emotions after creating the monster. 958 more words

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Commentary on Frankenstein - Lester Ho

A commentary on an extract from Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein

The extract is from the fifth chapter of ‘Frankenstein’. The fifth chapter depicts the haunting scene in which Victor breathes life into his eight-foot monster, but realizes too late the abomination that he has created. 2,524 more words

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Comprehension Skills Package [Part 1]

General Skills:

  1. Understand the passage. Read it twice if needed. Don’t bother moving on to the questions if you can’t understand the passage.
  2. Understand what the question is asking for.
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'A'-Level