Course Outline

Hamlets ideals

English Literature

The texts I will be mostly covering presently include: Hamlet (William Shakespeare), The Revengers Tragedy (Tourneur/Middleton) The Wife of Bath (Geoffrey Chaucer), and revision notes and articles on other texts.

Please feel free to suggest any texts you would like me to cover in the comment section!



At present, I will mostly be covering US Politics, with articles on topics such as the Constitution, Interest groups (pressure groups), Elections and Voting, Congress, the President and Political parties, though you can contact me about UK Politics; visit the contact page for more information.

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I will be mostly covering the Tudors (1536-1604) in my History articles, including the Tudor government, religion, revolts, and key figures in the reigns of Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I. However, you can contact me for help on the Cold War, Russian revolution, Soviet Russia, the Golden Age of Spain, and a range of other Historical areas; visit the contact page for more details.



  1. Everything is very open with a very clear explanation of the issues.
    It was truly informative. Your website is extremely helpful.
    Many thanks for sharing!


    1. Thank you for your lovely feedback, I am glad that you enjoy my content and hope that it will be useful to you!


  2. Not doing my A Levels but your blog is great all the same. Loving the Shakespeare posts

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Hi Morgan-Lee, thanks so much for your kind comment! 😀 That really means a lot, and it’s great to hear you like my Shakespeare posts 🙂 It’s a pleasure to have you as a reader.


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