Queen Essay Topics

Seamus Heaney : Comparisons

    This poem too shows Seamus Heaney’s desire to link the bog bodies to his own time and has written ‘Bog Queen’ in an old-fashioned way of quatrains which link the past. To start off we immediately notice that Seamus Heaney is writing in the way of the Bog Queen as the pronoun ‘I’… View Article

We are Neither Impressed Nor Shall we be Honoured, Your Majesty

On my way back home after relaxing Christmas holidays, I was greeted with a special edition of a daily national newspaper. The main headline was separated by a huge picture of athlete Tessa Sanderson. In this context, she was a black woman at the centre of an investigation into the enigma that is the Queen’s… View Article

Discuss Shakespeares

The women of Shakespearean literature have been known to have a strong emotional complexity, where each of them find themselves subject to adversities based around the powerful men who influence them. From Lady Anne’s striking romantic confusion in Richard III, to Viola’s challenges in morality throughout Twelfth Night, such a Shakespearean signature in portraying women… View Article

Organizational structure of international Dairy Queen

International Dairy Queen is a subsidiary of William Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Group. Charles “Chuck” Mooty is the President and CEO. Charles Chapman is COO while James S. Simpson is CFO, Treasurer and Controller (Hoover’s Inc. 2007). According to President and CEO, Charles Mooty, the main asset of the company is people being a service company…. View Article

Billy Queen

“Under and Alone” by Billy Queen is an interesting and illustrative book that tries to provide an in-depth analysis of an undercover life. The underlying theme of this book is to illustrate the difficulties of the personnel of law enforcement agencies and how they put their life in dangers for the betterment of the society…. View Article

Queen Elizabeth I

Having come into power under abnormal circumstances, Queen Elizabeth faced many inter-related challenges throughout her forty-four year reign. She was a moderate politician but a popular presence in what came to be known as the Elizabethan Era, an era that witness a flourishing of arts with the English novel, the British seafaring prowess and perhaps… View Article

Cromwell and the Queen: Desires of People and Monarchs

In regard to Cromwell and the Queen, two modern films about British royal families from the mid 1600s and the late 1900s respectively, it is clear that the struggles of the British people with their monarchs have been evolving over time. The public does not like it when members of the royal family do things… View Article

Exploring the Allegorical Nature of the Faerie Queen

An allegory – a form of extended metaphor in which objects, persons and actions in a narrative, in this case, The Faerie Queen, are equated with meanings lying outside the narrative itself – represent an abstraction in the guise of a concrete image, with characters often personifying abstract qualities. One way of looking at The… View Article

Duke Ellington

Duke Ellington was born on April 29, 1899 in Washington, D. C. Ellington was an influential American jazz composer, pianist, and bandleader. His popularity grew leaps and bounds after his death. The nickname ‘Duke’ was given to him by a childhood friend who admired his regal demeanour. The name caught on with audiences and he… View Article