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The Oppression of Women in American Literature from the Civil War to World War I

Women through time have faced innumerable oppressions as they have continued their constant struggle in gaining not only equality ...

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KyraDean Published on 10/29/2002 4025 Reads Literature

Freedom and Opression in Literature

Freedom. The basic, yet insubstantial, ideal for which America was founded. Described as liberty, autonomy, or sovereignty, freedo...

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KyraDean Published on 10/29/2002 2122 Reads Literature

Night: Is his faith gone?

“Why do I pray? Why do I go to Church? Why do I live?” Have you ever asked yourself these questions, and then thought that it is w...

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latinbaby Published on 10/24/2002 1983 Reads Literature

Great Gatsby & Death of a Salesman: Comparison

There are two versions of the American Dream. The historical dream is the promise of a land of freedom with opportunity and equali...

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trexie Published on 10/19/2002 11551 Reads The Great Gatsby

Taming of the Shrew

“The Taming of the Shrew” may not immediately be described as a violent play. However if we look closer we can see that Shakespear...

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trexie Published on 10/19/2002 2769 Reads Shakespeare

Quote, "Darkness is unleashed at diffrent times"

An unknown poet, once said “We all have darkness inside of us that is unleashed at different times,” which is a quote about life. ...

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Arleta Published on 10/19/2002 2921 Reads A Separate Peace

A Hanging - Tone Thru Literary Devices

An Examination of Tone in Orwell's "A Hanging" A dead man, hanging by his neck from a rope: such is the scene for George Orwell...

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Joe_Man500 Published on 10/18/2002 9498 Reads Literature

Hawethorne's Scarlet Letter: Character Analysis - Chillingworth

Chillingworth: A Symbol of Evil In Nathaniel Hawthorne’s book The Scarlet Letter, Hawthorne uses many literary tools to accompl...

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Joe_Man500 Published on 10/18/2002 5401 Reads The Scarlet Letter

The Guest - Techniques

Imagine a world where people were free of consequence and could make their own choices without worry of backlash from society and ...

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m_mccambridge Published on 10/16/2002 2109 Reads Literature

All Quiet On the Western Front (Reaction Essay)

Everyday Life of a Typical Soldier in World War I as Portrayed in “All Quiet on the Western Front” “All Quiet on the Western Fr...

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tauseef Published on 10/16/2002 3607 Reads All Quiet on the Western Front

Abuse of young minds - Character Sketch: Anchie Min

During Chinese Cultural Revolution the situation that some people of China were facing, was not very usual. One of them was a youn...

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tauseef Published on 10/16/2002 2067 Reads Literature

To Room 19 - From Pain to Freedom: The Use of Setting in "To Room 19"

Susan Rawling, the main character in Doris Lessing’s short story “To Room 19”, fights against her inner emptiness and the roles sh...

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adriane souza Published on 10/15/2002 2497 Reads Literature

The Contrasting Personalities of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn

Samuel Clemens begins his great American novel by stating “You don’t know about me, without you have read a book by the name of ‘A...

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AEmmons Published on 10/12/2002 3449 Reads The Adventures Of Huckleberry Finn

Hobbit Thesis on Different Mind Sets

~Different mind sets, types of people, and coloring all symbolize and have great influence on folklore of J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hob...

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FischerD Published on 10/08/2002 3212 Reads The Hobbit

Kingdom of athias

Johnson and Welentz’s Kingdom of Mathias is a twist on history that I have never seen before. It starts in the early 1800’s with p...

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psugrad Published on 10/07/2002 2107 Reads Literature

A Christmas Carol

“Humbug!” was Scrooge’s favorite answer to any question and any question was an inappropriate question to the grumpy old covetous ...

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mr krabs Published on 10/05/2002 2065 Reads Literature

Of Mice and Men

Loneliness is a state of being alone in sadness, resulting from being forsaken or abandoned. Loneliness is when a person has no on...

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sheabo86 Published on 09/29/2002 2516 Reads Of Mice And Men

Vocations - Analysis of characters

An Analysis of Major Characters in Alma De Groen’S “Vocations”. Alma De Groen has cleverly chosen the title of her play Vocatio...

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eatatwhiteys Published on 09/29/2002 2196 Reads Literature

Raisin in the Sun - Dreams Deferred

What happens to a dream when it suspends in time? Does it stay suspended within a man through his lifetime, dormant, unreachable, ...

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Galaghard Published on 09/24/2002 2549 Reads Literature

The White Quail and The Murder - Love and Isolation

Love and Isolation in John Steinbeck’s “The White Quail” and “The Murder” John Steinbeck is a prolific author. In his writings,...

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Galaghard Published on 09/24/2002 5521 Reads Literature

Everyday Use - The Great Divide Between Wangero and Maggie

Leonardo Da Vinci once said, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” If that is the case, then Maggie wins hands down over he...

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Galaghard Published on 09/24/2002 2786 Reads Literature

Humanity In Victor Frankenstein’s Monster

What happens to a person when he is borne unto a world, is taught its culture, values and norms, and then through a series of expe...

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Galaghard Published on 09/24/2002 4711 Reads Frankenstein

Friendship in Of Mice and Men

What is friendship? Friendship is having someone who you care for and have fun with. A friend will always help you both physically...

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SuperWario Published on 09/22/2002 4782 Reads Of Mice And Men

How language contributes to theme

Harper Lee uses a variety of language styles to establish the distinct characteristics of the characters she creates. The many for...

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qtpetutti Published on 09/18/2002 2430 Reads To Kill A Mockingbird

Ajax, Patroclus, Aeneas and Hector in iliad

The Lesser Ajax : The son of the king of Locrians “Oelius” and “Eriopis.” He was one of the heroes who fought against Troy as co...

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nukrolat Published on 09/18/2002 1962 Reads Literature

The Lottery and Shirley Jackson

Shirley Jackson’s own life has serious effects on her writings, especially on “The Lottery.” Her early life was not a peaceful one...

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nukrolat Published on 09/18/2002 2210 Reads Literature

The Perfect Storm - second source information

Junger mentions in the foreword that he wanted to write a fictional account of the last moments of the six crew members aboard the...

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deepsoul01 Published on 09/18/2002 2286 Reads Literature

Looking for Alibrandi: What are the causes of change in text?

What are the causes of change? The causes of change are both internal and external. Internal causes of change are those that occur...

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sallyanne Published on 09/17/2002 2781 Reads Literature

Society holds everyone together and without these conditions, our ideals, values and the basics of r

Our Society today is defined as an interdependent organisation in a stable community. Civility in our society is factored into law...

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Piesang Published on 09/08/2002 8414 Reads Lord of the Flies

Tom Buchanan: The Arrogant Rich Man

The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald is a novel about social classes in America in the 1920’s. Nick, the narrator, meets and as...

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harrysirius Published on 09/05/2002 6013 Reads The Great Gatsby