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Gilead: A Quest for Freedom

The word freedom has its own definitions for different individuals. To some, freedom refers to the freedom of speech, freedom of...

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rizwan Published on 04/07/2006 717 Reads Literature

Humiliated Justice in “The Deposition”

Tobias Wolff’s “ The Deposition” is a story of humiliated justice and the lies behind the humiliation. The characters in the story...

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rizwan Published on 04/07/2006 920 Reads Literature

Rhetorical Analysis of Marck Antony's speech

Rhetoric is perhaps one of the oldest disciplinary regimes introduced on the human race. Rhetoric is the study of impressive ...

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Leiny Published on 04/06/2006 2280 Reads Shakespeare

Lord of the Flies - How does Golding show mankind’s inner evil?

‘How does Golding show mankind’s inner evil? Do you agree with his assumption that man is basically evil? The creat...

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hi_flier Published on 03/05/2006 1237 Reads Lord of the Flies

Teens, we make a difference!

If teenagers weren’t helping out in this society would you think it would make much of an impact or difference on society? What if...

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mariersteve Published on 02/20/2006 708 Reads Literature

The Canterbury Tales: Comparison and Contrast of the Wife of Bath and the Knight

In the Canterbury Tales written by Geoffrey Chaucer, the Knight and the Wife of Bath are similar and also different. The Knight re...

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quinonespearl Published on 02/15/2006 2048 Reads Cantebury Tales

The Canterbury Tales: Analysis of the Knight

The Knyght is the first character of the general prologue in the Canterbury Tales written by Geoffrey Chaucer. As April comes, the...

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quinonespearl Published on 02/15/2006 1196 Reads Cantebury Tales

Qualities of a Good Teacher

Qualities of a Good Teacher In “The Sandbox Experiment”, Peter Sacks says “[I]t really didn’t seem to matter what I...

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guardiandevils Published on 02/13/2006 1274 Reads Literature

The Theme of Friendship in Mamet's "American Buffalo"

In his 'American Buffalo,' Mamet renders the world of business, where selfishness and opportunism hold control over different matt...

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pharaoh_86 Published on 02/12/2006 516 Reads Literature

The World of Business in Mamet's "American Buffalo"

In his 'American Buffalo,' Mamet is quite critical to the immoralities of the American society, especially those which are caused ...

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pharaoh_86 Published on 02/12/2006 700 Reads Literature

English is available for you right here!

English is available for you right here! I would like to share my ideas of how important it is to improve your English voca...

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mariersteve Published on 02/10/2006 627 Reads Literature

Suffering in Antigone

Nothing of magnitude comes into the life of mortals without suffering and disaster.” This deeply pessimistic statement by Charles ...

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somethingsotrue Published on 02/07/2006 1519 Reads Antigone

Thematic Correlations between As I Lay Dying and the Old Testament

Since its original publication in 1930, the novel As I Lay Dying by William Faulkner has drawn much exploration and critique. Thou...

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somethingsotrue Published on 02/06/2006 946 Reads Literature

Measle and the Wrathmonk

My book is called ¡§Measle and the Wrathmonk¡¨. The book talks about a boy called Measle. Measle is an orphan, his parents died in...

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bigasslbk Published on 02/05/2006 865 Reads Book Reviews

Measle and the Wrathmonk

My book is called ¡§Measle and the Wrathmonk¡¨. The book talks about a boy called Measle. Measle is an orphan, his parents died in...

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bigasslbk Published on 02/05/2006 885 Reads Book Reviews

Measle and the Wrathmonk

My book is called ¡§Measle and the Wrathmonk¡¨. The book talks about a boy called Measle. Measle is an orphan, his parents died in...

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bigasslbk Published on 02/05/2006 1153 Reads Book Reviews

Romeo and Juliet

ROMEO AND JULIET Just today I have finished the translation of “The Merchant of Venice” handed over to the programmers to start ...

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trinityshiva Published on 01/20/2006 740 Reads Shakespeare

The Tempest

Examine the observations made by Roma Gill of the oxford university press While editing the dialogue Miranda in “The Tempest” at l...

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trinityshiva Published on 01/20/2006 777 Reads Shakespeare

www.shakespearerevived.com

AN INDIAN’S FERVENT APPEAL THE CRUSADE [queries if any visit my home page www.shakespearerevived.com] A crusade against th...

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trinityshiva Published on 01/20/2006 751 Reads Shakespeare

Literary Devices in 20th Century Literature

Literary Devices in 20th Century Literature After WWII and during the beginning of the Cold War, much was thought and much...

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flebonhed2 Published on 01/17/2006 992 Reads Literature

“Bartleby the Scrivener”

“Bartleby the Scrivener” by Herman Melville has been understood in various ways by critics and most are based on literature’s pri...

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felicia beth Published on 01/07/2006 1415 Reads Literature

Duke and Duchess: The Power of Entertainment in Don Quixote

I. Introduction “These books are written chiefly to the young, the ignorant, and the idle, to whom they serve as lectures o...

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joe Published on 01/03/2006 1061 Reads Literature

Feudalism and Toni Morrison's Paradise

An investigation into life in Ruby, the city at the center of Toni Morrison’s Paradise, must start with an understanding of the go...

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joe Published on 01/03/2006 825 Reads Literature

Once We Start a Book, What Drives Us to Continue to Read? An Essay on Tom Jones

In examining the effects of a work of literature on a reader, it is vitally important to understand why a reader completes the wor...

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joe Published on 01/03/2006 579 Reads Literature

Dorothy Van Ghent and Tristram Shandy's Primary Purposes

The uniqueness of Tristram Shandy has pushed critics to see many different topics as the central concern of the work. It may even...

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joe Published on 01/03/2006 977 Reads Literature

Development of Jane in part 1 and Rochester's increased feelings towards her

Throughout the first section of the novel, we are constantly reminded of the barriers in which Jane is suppressed by. Through this...

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BennyBoyThexton Published on 12/18/2005 1432 Reads Jane Eyre

Odysseus Isn't a Hero

The Odyssey is an epic poem about a Greek warrior named Odysseus, who just finished fighting in the Trojan War. He journeys home o...

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musigirl36 Published on 12/13/2005 2674 Reads Literature

Abandoned Communication & Companionship

“Solitude vivifies; isolation kills.” (Roux 1886) “Bartleby, The Scrivener” by Herman Melville is abundant with isolation and B...

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avalonmyst23 Published on 12/06/2005 774 Reads Literature

McMurphy's Downfall - One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

2613547 October 17, 2005 Thesis Paper McMurphy’s D...

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riteshmodi93 Published on 12/06/2005 1237 Reads Literature

A Good Man it's Hard to Find

A Good Man is Hard to Find To the inexperienced, the writing of Flannery O'Connor can seem at once cold and dispassionate, as w...

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carlycaro Published on 11/21/2005 888 Reads Literature