Scotland Essay Topics

The Inchcape Rock

The “Inchcape rock” is based on the idiom “you will reap what you sow”, “tit for tat”, “what goes around comes around” and the like. If you sow happiness, you will get happiness and if you sow sadness, you will get sadness indeed. This is in fact the rule of nature. Inchcape rock near the… View Article

Music and Tourism in Scotland

Scottish Tourism bloomed in the 1990s due to major cultural changes in society. Scotland began to create a new identity through the use of media that promoted the social and cultural attributes of the country. Scotland’s home-grown artists were used as a voice at the forefront of the promotion of Scotland’s culture and heritage to… View Article

Values of Water Resource in Scotland

1.0 Executive Summary The main purpose of this report is to give out the definition of “values” of water resources and the ways to account for it. In addition to the traditional value expressed solely in economic terms, the new concept pays more attention to the social and environmental benefits. According to the new value… View Article

How did the supernatural impacted Macbeth?

The supernatural reflected the atmosphere and the beliefs of Scotland and much of Europe in the sixteenth century. Macbeth is a story that is completely engulfed with supernatural elements. It is more a supernatural story than it is drama. Madness, mayhem and horror are all words that best describe this play. Three hideous witches, a… View Article

“History vs Hollywood: The Truth Behind Braveheart”

For the most part the History surrounding “Braveheart” is accurate, but there are several significant people and events which simply do not match up historically. After watching the movie and reviewing the history behind it, it becomes clear that Hollywood felt they needed to alter several things in order to make the film more entertaining… View Article

Supernatural elements in the drama macbeth

Macbeth by Shakespeare tells the tale of a great soldier, who is prophesized to become the king of Scotland upon meeting three witches, commits regicide and a chain of crimes, which led to his own tragic demise. The supernatural dominates all aspects of the play of Macbeth. The actions of Macbeth are influenced by his… View Article

Lady Macbeth is the real villain of the play do you agree?

In ‘The Tragedy of Macbeth’, Shakespeare portrays many negative themes through the acts of Lady Macbeth which show the audience that she is a real villain of this play. She holds a malicious agenda and many evil tendencies which separate her from the average individual, but this was only after interpreting the witched prophase. Thus,… View Article

“Religion was more important than politics in the failure of King and Parliament to reach a settlement. 1646-1649”, Assess the validity of this statement

“Religion was more important than politics in the failure of King and Parliament to reach a settlement. 1646-1649”, Assess the validity of this statement. In January 1649, King Charles I was executed after being charged with high treason due to political and religious reasons, some of which contributed to his refusal in accepting the peace… View Article

Macbeth theme of kingship

What is Kingship? During the Shakespearean time, being a king means that you are god-appointed to rule on Earth. It was a kings’s responsibility to rule wisely and well and his subjects’ duty to serve him loyally. We see how King Edward is described as ‘good’,’pious’,holy’ and ‘full of grace’ who has the ability to… View Article

Scottish Independence

“The beauty of independence, departure, actions that rely on themselves” -Walt Whitman Currently Scotland is part of the United Kingdom. Scottish Independence is “a political aim for some political parties, advocacy groups, and individuals in Scotland for the country to once again become an independent sovereign state.” A Referendum (“A general vote by the electorate… View Article