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Castaway Descriptive WritingPlease read the descriptionShip Wrecked!It was probably early in the morning. Slowly my senses began to return. My mind, my feelings, my memories, they all began to ignite again as my body slowly awoke. But then, suddenly, I knew exactly how awake I was. As in one horrific moment, it all returned to me, it was like the impact of being hit by a truck. I suddenly realised, I was lost. I was stranded, trapped, a prisoner to the forces of nature. My mind automatically travelled back in time to the reason I was here on this life-forsaken island. The crash. That crash. The bird had been shot.I had been on planes many times before, but I only ever really remembered my very first time. I was 22. My girlfriend and I were going on a holiday of a thousand lifetimes to Florida for a week, then in our 911 RS up to New York for two days, than on a huge cruise liner to the Bahamas to stay for seven days, after that, back on the cruise liner and up to the beautiful small Italian city of Turin and a
Romeo and Juliet GCSE essayHow Shakespeare Creates Atmosphere In Act 1 Scene 5"Actions speak louder then words," while this commonly used phrase applies in a lot of modern life, in Shakespeare work this was clearly not the case. Shakespeare lived and worked in Elizabethan times and he therefore had nothing but words to create atmosphere, effect and emotion in his plays due to the fact the there was no artificial lighting, there was no microphones, no background etc. All Shakespeare had was his clever words and how he does this will be discussed throughout this essay.He uses a mixture of poetry, descriptive language, comedy, but most of all for Romeo and Juliet, a deep passion on both sides. An example of this in the 3rd part of act 1 scene 5 when Romeo meets Juliet; "O then, dear saint, let lips do what hands do: they pray, grant thou, lest faith to despair." this is spoken by Romeo and he is saying that: Our hands are touching, lets do the same with our lips. Although Romeo And Juliet is widely regarded to be