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  • The Truth Editorial: How The Media Misleads.

    What you may read, hear or see...is it the truth, the WHOLE truth and nothing but the TRUTH? The most commonly accessed forms of news/media to the public are undoubtedly recognised by most people as being the truth and a reliable source of information. But is it really that simple? The advances in ...

    Contributed on June 28, 2004
  • Transformation Of Shakespeare's "othello" To Tim Black...

    The process of transformation used by Tim Blake Nelson in his conversion of Shakespeare's Othello into 'O', required him to modernise the universal themes that are prolific throughout Shakespearean literature and human life. These thematic elements that are ever present in human society include raci...

    Contributed on June 28, 2004
  • Dicuss Two Different Readings Of John Donne's Literature.

    John Donne is recognised as the most prolific metaphysical poet in history. In the post-modern context, his poetry has been both criticised and appreciated. This paper will discuss two of Donne's most recognised love poems, "the Sunne Rising" and "A Valediction forbidding mourning" in light of a fem...

    Contributed on October 27, 2004
  • Discuss How Shelley's Frankenstein Has Effected The Texts...

    Preamble: Frankenstein or the Modern Prometheus, written by Mary Shelley, proposes that knowledge and its effects can be dangerous to individuals and all of humanity. Frankenstein was one of our first and still is one of our best cautionary tales about scientific research. Shelley's novel is a meta...

    Contributed on October 27, 2004
  • Examine Donne's "a Valediction Forbdiggin Mourning" In An...

    A Valediction: forbidding Mourning "A Valediction: forbidding Mourning" is recognised as one of Donne's most famous yet simplest poems. It is his most direct statement of his ideal of spiritual love. Unlike, "The Flea," in "A Valediction: forbidding Mourning" Donne professes a devotion to spiritual...

    Contributed on October 27, 2004

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