Here is an example of a complete essay written on the subject of The Tempest.
‘The Tempest has been seen amongst other things as a statement by Shakespeare about the end of his writing life, as an allegory about the effects of colonialism and as an illustration of the difficulty or real communication. The variety of interpretations of The Tempest show that texts are capable of being explored in different ways.’
Explore The Tempest and your other play in the light of the idea that texts are capable of a ‘variety of interpretations’.
A brief summary of 3 motifs present in William Shakespeare's The Tempest, 'Masters and Servants', 'Water and Drowning' and 'Mysterious Noises'. Motifs are recurring structures, contrasts, and literary devices that can help to develop and inform the text’s major themes.
A sample answer to the question: "The writing group, to which you belong, has decided to develop a website, aimed at aspiring young writers. You have been asked
to contribute an article on the genre of humour".
A sample essay on the poetry of Paul Durcan in response to the statement: “Paul Durcan explores a variety of personal and universal
themes in his own distinctive style” with reference to the poems "Nessa", "Father’s Day, 21 June 1992", "Sport" and "Wife Who Smashed the Television Gets Jail”