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An Inspector Calls - analysis of main characters

Text: An Inspector Calls by J.B.Priestly Productions seen: BBC Television Production (1981) Film Production (1954) Part I J...

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charliethomas Published on 11/21/2001 2025 Reads Literature

The Cask of Amontillado

In the short horror story “The Cask of Amontillado” by Edgar Allen Poe, Poe attempts to convey why both pride and revenge can beco...

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frodo Published on 11/20/2001 1331 Reads Literature

The Diviners: mother-daughter relationships

“My Hope Is Constant In Thee” (352-353) What gives a mother greater hopes than her offspring? To see in her child the hopes and...

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brunka Published on 11/20/2001 955 Reads Literature

Enduring Love

A dictionary defines the word addictive as being: wholly devoted to something, a slave to another and in a state of wanting more. ...

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kulj Published on 11/19/2001 1027 Reads Literature

Moby Dick - Human Nature

In Moby Dick, Herman Melville makes use of two climactic scenes of the book to underline a profound and intellectual commentary on...

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kimchimonster Published on 11/19/2001 1543 Reads Literature

Wuthering Heights - Nature Vs. Nurture

Wuthering Heights is a novel that indulges one of the most crucial themes; the theme of nature verses nature. The two households o...

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Anwar Al-Hattab Published on 11/18/2001 4538 Reads Wuthering Heights

The Clerk's Tale - Biblical Paradox

To formulate any type of argument using the Bible as a reference is challenging, since the Bible is diversely perceived from perso...

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Leesa Published on 11/16/2001 1345 Reads Cantebury Tales

The Yellow Wallpaper

“The Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman is a story of a woman with psychological difficulties whose husband’s prescribe...

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ggr Published on 11/15/2001 1004 Reads Literature

Dispensing with the Truth

The author of Dispensing With the Truth, Alicia Mundy, is the Washington bureau chief for Mediaweek and a contributing editor at W...

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gurly50013 Published on 11/11/2001 1151 Reads Literature

The Time Machine compared to Nineteen Eighty Four

“The Time Machine” by H.G. Wells and “Nineteen Eighty Four” are two excellent science-fiction novels which explore and give to dif...

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Estruch Published on 11/09/2001 2034 Reads Literature

The Crucible - Elizabeth's Personal Crucible

Prior to the play Miller clearly establishes what the Salem community would have been like in 1692: “The children were anything...

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Estruch Published on 11/09/2001 1607 Reads The Crucible

All Quiet on the Western Front – Is it an Anti-War Film?

All Quiet on the Western Front is based on a book by a German soldier who fought in World War 1. It follows the fate of a group of...

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Estruch Published on 11/09/2001 1708 Reads All Quiet on the Western Front

Candide: Optimism

Candide is a humorous, far-fetched tale by Voltaire satirizing the optimism promoted by the philosophers of the Age of Enlightenme...

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Bobo54bc Published on 11/09/2001 1872 Reads Literature

The Shifting Heart

When a Polish-Jewish immigrant slashed his throat because his workmates could not understand him and tormented him and himself bei...

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kathylambchop Published on 11/08/2001 2318 Reads Literature

Heart of Darkness

William Blake spent much of his youth as an impoverished child, his family barely afforded him the chances to learn to read and wr...

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Sloth44 Published on 11/08/2001 1510 Reads Heart Of Darkness

Maestro - monologue

I am certainly not impressed of my first impressions of Herr Edward Keller, a boozer, the cheap ruined leather, and his eyes, his ...

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yara Published on 11/08/2001 1213 Reads Literature

Wuthering Heights - Reading Journal

ENTRY I (chapter 1-4) The first chapter of Wuthering Heights introduces the narrator, Mr Lockwood. He has come to Wuthering Heigh...

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sweet serenity Published on 11/08/2001 2749 Reads Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights - Analysis of pages 146-7

Heathcliff, determined to see Catherine, vows not to leave her to Edgar's 'duty and humanity'. His scorn at these words reflects t...

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Spudgirl Published on 11/07/2001 1881 Reads Wuthering Heights

The Nun's Priest's Tale Analysis

“The Nun’s Priest’s Tale” is a brilliant piece of comedy that pokes fun at human nature. The Priest tells of conceited cock, Chaun...

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kalvinklen Published on 11/07/2001 2361 Reads Literature

Sophocles vs. Euripides

While both Sophocles and Euripides are considered writers of Greek tragedy, their plays (Antigone, Oedipus Rex, Medea) have some s...

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kalvinklen Published on 11/07/2001 4835 Reads Antigone

Oedipus - Short Analysis

“This is the king who solved the famous riddle...Yet in the end ruin swept over him.” As a marionette to fate and the prophecies, ...

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kalvinklen Published on 11/07/2001 967 Reads Literature

Bartelby, the Scrivener

Bartleby, the Scrivener by Herman Melville will be the story I intend to discuss in this protocol. I intend to discuss this story ...

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cognetto Published on 11/05/2001 949 Reads Literature

This Boy's Life

Looking deeper into the story This Boy’s Life by Tobias Wolff, we can see the impact of growing up with one parent and the effects...

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cognetto Published on 11/05/2001 2251 Reads Literature

Always a Motive

The Characteristics of Joe Manetti, a hopeless victim Joe Manetti, a confused young man, has lost his son in a tragic accident ...

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PaulineM Published on 11/05/2001 2341 Reads Literature

Slavery - Benito Cereno and Douglass’s Narrative

When inquiring about the comparisons and contrasts between Melville’s Benito Cereno and Frederick Douglass’s Narrative of the Life...

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strider Published on 11/04/2001 1627 Reads Literature

Imperialism - Representation in Conrad and Kipling

Imperialism sprung from an altruistic and unselfish aim to “take up the white man’s burden” and “wean [the] ignorant millions from...

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strider Published on 11/04/2001 1374 Reads Literature

Beowulf: Changes In People

The tale of Beowulf is one of constant tranformation. Great warriors and leaders turn into cowering peons. Faithful Christians con...

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Admin Published on 10/30/2001 1520 Reads Beowulf

Fly Away Peter

‘...a kind of savagery that Jim kept at arm’s length...because he didn’t want to be infected’. How successfully does Jim avoid inf...

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Spudgirl Published on 10/29/2001 1362 Reads Literature

Brother In The Land - Morbidity

I think that the reason why Robert Swindelles in his novel "Brother In The Land" had an too great interest in morbidity, maybe an ...

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alexaylen Published on 10/29/2001 796 Reads Literature

Birdy - Psychological aspects of characters

"Only if we look deeply into ourselves can we discover who we really are”. (Erich Fromm) Birdy” at first may seem to be a boo...

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goglarz Published on 10/29/2001 746 Reads Literature