Essay introduction criticism needed.Watch
From the early Triassic period to the modern day society, much has changed. We have become more civilised and independant, or so we believe. But, one thing has remained the same, and that is the concept of control and its strong bond with violence. Just like the Tyrannosaurus Rex, our society has seen ruthless tyrants such as Hitler and Stalin who have exerted their power over others usually through violent means. Works such as 'The Wasp Factory' by Iain Banks and 'A Street Car Named Desire' by Tennessee Williams explore this through the protagonists that they have crafted.
As you can see it sounds like a pre-school child wrote it, I'm aware. But, I just didn't know how to get my point across.
So firstly it’s impressive that you could connect your texts to history and stuff that’s cool! Could you possibly send the question? And what subject is this for? History or English? Cause then the criticism would be more relevant
The question I decided to do was: 'Compare some of the ways in which Banks and Williams present power and violence.'
It is for English Literature and the two texts are 'The Wasp Factory' and 'A Street Car named desire'. Sorry if that wasn't made clear.
I'm glad you understand the point im trying to make, its just upon writing it, i thought it sounded ridiculous the way I phrased it.