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Jorge Luis Borges

"The Circular Ruins" begins with a man disembarking from a canoe. The stranger wanders around in the wilderness, sleeps, dreams, w...

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Paladine Published on 03/30/2002 1906 Reads Literature

Bless Me Ultima

In life there are many people and events that one will encounter that will have such an impact on their life that it will stick to...

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mseducated69 Published on 03/28/2002 2168 Reads Literature

Antigone: Creon’s Flaws

In the play Antigone I choose Creon to be the tragic hero because he is the King of Thebes and he looses everything he has. Creon ...

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Nik#J Published on 03/28/2002 3738 Reads Antigone

Jane Eyre - Analytical Essay

Jane Eyre, a novel about an English woman’s struggles told through the writing of Charlotte Brontë, has filled its audience with t...

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bigcat2270 Published on 03/24/2002 5348 Reads Jane Eyre

Meno : Humans Can Become Virtuous

Before reading the Meno I thought I had a clear definition of exactly what virtue meant. Once I read the dialogue I realized that ...

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kyra666 Published on 03/15/2002 1999 Reads Literature

Looking For Alibrandi - Changing Perspective.

“Discuss how your understanding of the concept of change and changing perspective has been shaped by the novel, Looking for Alibra...

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cainen Published on 03/15/2002 4825 Reads Literature

Change - Looking For Alibrandi + Stimulus + Texts of own choosing

“How have the texts you have studied this year effectively shaped your understanding of the meaning of ‘change’? In your answer...

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cainen Published on 03/15/2002 3022 Reads Literature

Cyrano de Bergerac: Can't Blow any louder

Cyrano tries to be more than he is. From Cyrano’s first scene to his last the reader gets an impression that Cyrano is trying to b...

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krkode Published on 03/14/2002 1617 Reads Literature

Who to Shoot

The book The Grapes of Wrath focuses on a particular section of America called the “Dust Bowl” during the early nineteen thirties....

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Enirambus Published on 03/04/2002 2055 Reads Grapes of Wrath

Lord of the flies

Question: “The Lord of the Flies” by William Golding might be described as a novel that explores ‘The darkness of man’s heart’. Di...

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Paul_MC Published on 03/04/2002 2305 Reads Lord of the Flies

Enduring Love: How satisfying are the three appendices as conclusions?

McEwan began ‘Enduring Love’ by telling us ‘The beginning is simple to mark’. It seems that although it is ‘simple’ to mark the be...

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HopeWhitmore Published on 03/02/2002 2013 Reads Literature

Prejudice exhibited in Of Mice And Men

Everywhere you look there is prejudice, you may be the wrong colour, worship the wrong God or wear the wrong thing. No-one fits in...

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Boo828486 Published on 03/02/2002 2934 Reads Of Mice And Men

The Mayor of Casterbridge

Estimable Elizabeth Jane There are few fictional characters that possess venerable qualities. One character that has these charac...

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frollypoo Published on 03/02/2002 2040 Reads Literature

The Rejected One

When meeting people for the first time, one cannot help but want to make a positive impression. The short story “The Rejected One”...

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frollypoo Published on 03/02/2002 1869 Reads Literature

I know why the caged bird sings - Maya Angelou Commentary

Life in Stamps, Alabama is very difficult and callous for the Negro people. The Negroes must work long hours at ridiculously low p...

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frollypoo Published on 03/02/2002 5962 Reads I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings

The one minute manager

The One Minute Manager is a novel that each person should read, whether they are in a family, in a group of friends, or at the wor...

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frollypoo Published on 03/02/2002 6523 Reads Literature

Symbols: progression of regression

To fully understand an author’s central theme, one must appreciate the symbols he uses and what the symbols represent. The symbols...

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frollypoo Published on 03/02/2002 2980 Reads Lord of the Flies

The Rocking-Horse Winner

Many essential steps must be implemented when taking a written story and turning it into a real life motion picture. D.H Lawrence,...

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frollypoo Published on 03/02/2002 1926 Reads Literature

The Scarlet Letter - Various Symbols

This got me a 39/40 in AP English. Nathaniel Hawthorne. The name strikes fear in the hearts of high school students everywhere ...

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Voltaire2202 Published on 02/28/2002 8982 Reads The Scarlet Letter

The House of the Spirits and Chronicle of a Death Foretold - Comparison

When analyzing Isabel Allende's and Gabriel Garcia Marquez's lives, parallels between them become increasingly obvious, thus the r...

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Voltaire2202 Published on 02/28/2002 2226 Reads Literature

Hills like white elephants

Is "It" a Gift or a Curse of the White Elephant? What is the use of symbolism in writing? Is it merely to confuse the reader or...

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Fulls377 Published on 02/26/2002 3997 Reads Hemingway

The Merchant of Venice: A Justice not Justified

The Merchant of Venice was a comedy written by William Shakespeare. Antonio, a merchant of Venice was a venerable businessman. He ...

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ChibiUniverse Published on 02/24/2002 2227 Reads Shakespeare

Boyhood Friendships in Frank Conroy and William Maxwell passages

Boyhood friendships exist from moment to moment in and unrealistic and imaginative state, never taking time to be concerned with ...

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snow_shoes31 Published on 02/23/2002 2192 Reads Literature


Under the constitution all men, and women, are created equal. Unfortunately what the constitution reads and what the general popul...

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snow_shoes31 Published on 02/23/2002 2460 Reads To Kill A Mockingbird

Much Ado About Nothing - Deceit

In Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare the role of deceit is played to the fullest to achieve the farcical effect that S...

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snow_shoes31 Published on 02/23/2002 2061 Reads Shakespeare

The Crucible and The Birthmark - Good and Evil

Very often in literature “all conflict is, in its simplest form, is a struggle between good and evil.” In other words, all discord...

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snow_shoes31 Published on 02/23/2002 3065 Reads The Crucible

The Crucible and The Birthmark - Human Failures

John Steinbeck once said that “It was the responsibility of the writer to expose our many grievous faults and failures and to hold...

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snow_shoes31 Published on 02/23/2002 2396 Reads Literature

The Birthmark and Rappaccini’s Daughter - Sophecles

Sophocles once said that “The greatest griefs are those we cause ourselves.” That is to say that the source of most human turmoil ...

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snow_shoes31 Published on 02/23/2002 2429 Reads Literature

The Outsider - Meursault makes us feel as if nothing seems to matter. Discuss.

Meursault, the main character and narrator of The Outsider, is perceived to be a life-loving and self-centred man, who lives his e...

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18743 Published on 02/22/2002 1425 Reads Literature

Tragic or Not

New Life Tragic or Not was a very inspiring and unique essay. The book, The Giver, is a very inspirational and at times could bec...

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AlPhA Published on 02/21/2002 1704 Reads Literature