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How Exhibitionism and Rebellion Prevent Healthy Relationships in Holden Caulfield

Introduction There are certain behaviours that prevent healthy relationships. Exhibitionism is a behaviour that can prevent healt...

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guardianbooya Published on 12/29/2001 3147 Reads The Catcher In The Rye

Society’s Intolerance

In society, people are symbolized as mockingbirds because of their differences. The mockingbird is an animal that only sings for u...

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guardianbooya Published on 12/29/2001 2305 Reads To Kill A Mockingbird

The three stages of Pip’s expectations are also stages of his personal and moral development

When Pip was a child, he was a contented young boy. He wanted to grow up to be apprenticed to Joe and “had believed the forge as t...

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A_writer Published on 12/28/2001 3358 Reads Great Expectations

Biographia Literaria And Coleridge

Coliredge’s theory of the “Imagination” is worthy to be examined and analysed. In his “Biographia Literaria”, he divides “Imaginat...

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breeze_whisper Published on 12/23/2001 1686 Reads Literature

Le Morte d'Arthur - The Chivalric Code

An act of chivalry is described as the qualifications or character of the ideal knight. Knights were expected to uphold this code ...

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mamabear Published on 12/19/2001 7027 Reads Literature

Describe the part Old Major and Benjamin play and the impression they had on you.

Describe the part Old Major and Benjamin play and the impression they had on you. Which of the two seems to you more important in ...

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kmen Published on 12/19/2001 2168 Reads Animal Farm

The Moghul - A general review

This tale is offered to the memory of one William Hawkins (1575-1613), a brandy-drinking, Turkish-speaking seaman and adventurer w...

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jardiner Published on 12/18/2001 2371 Reads Book Reviews

The Catcher in the Rye

In 1964, J.D. Salinger composed a novel titled The Catcher in the Rye that became quite controversial and was banned from several ...

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mascara_lifter Published on 12/18/2001 1916 Reads The Catcher In The Rye

Much Ado About Nothing - Comedy and Melancholy

When we discuss the dramatic form of a Shakespearean comedy, we are not only examining the clever or amusing text. Shakespearean c...

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tobyandgabby Published on 12/15/2001 1822 Reads Shakespeare

Preface to Lyrical Ballads by Wordsworth

Preface to Lyrical Ballads is written to express the new style, which is used by many poets, such as Wordsworth. This style will b...

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breeze_whisper Published on 12/14/2001 2308 Reads Literature


Beaumarchais lived a marvelous, enriched life, arguably one of the most intriguing of the eighteenth century. His was “a career th...

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tobyandgabby Published on 12/12/2001 1365 Reads Literature

Emerson - I Or We: Who Knows Better?

Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote, “To believe your own thought, to believe that what is true for you in your private heart is true f...

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Naitachal0 Published on 12/12/2001 1322 Reads Literature

Themes in the Tempest

There are so many different themes and issues in the play The Tempest by William Shakespeare, that it is difficult to define which...

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scatzz Published on 12/12/2001 1989 Reads Shakespeare

Antigone - Importance of gender in the opening scene

In looking at the first few exchanges between Ismene and Antigone by Sophocles, it is greatly apparent that there are plenty of so...

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scatzz Published on 12/12/2001 2700 Reads Antigone

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man: stream of consciousness techniques

The stream of consciousness novel depends on the inner thoughts and emotions of a character. To show the significance of these flu...

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breeze_whisper Published on 12/10/2001 19750 Reads Literature

The key to successful fiction is characterisation

Development of character forms the single, most important element of most works fiction, and the way in which we respond to the ch...

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chalice Published on 12/10/2001 2419 Reads Literature


Cloudstreet is the story of two families struggling to make ends meet in a run down house in Perth during the twenty years after W...

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chalice Published on 12/10/2001 3146 Reads Literature

Values and Attitudes of the Author

The way fiction texts begin and end provides a clear indication of the dominant values and attitudes supported by the author Va...

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chalice Published on 12/10/2001 2792 Reads Death of a Salesman

How does the film add to your understanding of the novel?

The film adaptation of John Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men” opens with scenes of a woman in a red dress, running through fields in d...

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chalice Published on 12/10/2001 2670 Reads Of Mice And Men

Short Stories

Short stories are made up mainly of plot, setting and character. It is essential that one predominates- if the story deals with ac...

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chalice Published on 12/10/2001 1426 Reads Literature

The Pardoner and the Knight

“The Canterbury Tales” is a collection of stories, which are told by different characters to serve as entertainment on their journ...

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Bosindy2 Published on 12/09/2001 4522 Reads Cantebury Tales

Ernest Hemingway: Style

Ernest Hemingway was a writer whose style was very different to that of most writers in his time. Instead of using more drawn out,...

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Bosindy2 Published on 12/09/2001 3334 Reads Hemingway


In the essay "Nature" by Ralph Waldo Emerson, he talks about the wonders of nature that are commonly overlooked by man. He sees th...

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Bosindy2 Published on 12/09/2001 2023 Reads Literature

Edgar Allen Poe - Premature Burial

During the nineteenth century, there was a common fear that plagued the Americans and Europeans alike; this was the fear of premat...

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Bosindy2 Published on 12/09/2001 2297 Reads Literature

Dramatic Effects produced by the Addtions and Changes in the Final Version

(English presentation on A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen) All great literary writers are very critical about their word choices....

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Shuo Samuel Liu Published on 12/08/2001 2289 Reads A Doll's House

The Brethren

The Brethren is a book written by John Grisham. The story takes place in locations all over the United States. The main locations ...

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tommy53565 Published on 12/06/2001 2228 Reads John Grisham

Red Badge of Courage - Fight or Flight: The Natural Reaction to Danger

For all of our existence, we humans have observed nature and its perplexing, if not bizarre, creations. One of the most general fi...

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LaBouMaBou Published on 12/05/2001 1598 Reads Literature

The story of an hour

At first glance Kate Choplin’s “The story of an hour” does not seem particularly interesting. A closer look must be taken in order...

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Mystique2021 Published on 11/28/2001 1896 Reads Literature

The Wars: Animal Imagery

Sigmund Freud once argued that "our species has a volcanic potential to erupt in aggression . . . [and] that we harbour not only p...

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wytch Published on 11/28/2001 2589 Reads Literature

The Destructors - The Significance of Violence

In serious fiction, no act of violence exists for its own sake. Graham Green, in his short story “The Destructors,” reveals certai...

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CptRedemption Published on 11/21/2001 2469 Reads Literature