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  • An Essay About Death In 2 Of John Donne's Poems: Holy...

    JOHN Donne's view of death is not one of a cynic. He is a man who regards death not as the final battle of life, but rather in the Christian sense, of it being just a transfer of the soul from the earthly plain to its final destination. He considers death not to be an event to be held in fear, but o...

    Contributed on February 27, 2003
  • A Look At Evil In "sir Gawain And The Green Knight" And...

    In medieval times, purity and virtue were much-admired traits. Evil was hated by all, and looked lowly upon by all members of society. In "Sir Gawain and the Green Knight" and "The Canterbury Tales" the respective authors tell of how evil, although believed to be a trait of low beggars and such, cou...

    Contributed on February 17, 2003
  • "the Blue Heron" By Theodore Roberts A Paragraph...

    Imagery has always been a powerful mode of forcing the reader to experience poetry as it was meant to. In "The Blue Heron", the poet, Theodore Roberts, uses a variety of color to engage the audience in the vivid imagery he presents. He tries to create a happy scene in the mind's eye; one of health a...

    Contributed on April 15, 2003
  • This Is A Story About Racism

    Racism I am tired of racism. It is rampant in all forms of society. Even here, in Canada, where racial bias supposedly does not exist. It is mostly hidden, existing almost exclusively in the minds of a few ignorant. Recently, however, I was victimized so blatantly that I had no choice to become enr...

    Contributed on March 6, 2003

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