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  • American Dream, "the Great Gatsby", "american Beauty"...

    The American Dream is an abstract ideal that human beings live by. The appeal of this ideal is that chasing the dream leads to freedom and power for the individual. However, through the study of the texts The Great Gatsby by Francis S. Fitzgerald and American Beauty directed by Sam Mendes, we have l...

    Contributed on January 11, 2007
  • "tess Of D'urbervilles" (Hardy) & "thelma And Louise"...

    Texts do not contain comprehensive, inarguable views. They are in their own right correct, in the sense of their own culture and context but their views cannot be seen as a 'universal truth'. The novel, Tess of the D'urbervilles and the film Thelma & Louise project 'truths' that disagree with one an...

    Contributed on January 11, 2007
  • Othello - Shakespeare & Oliver Parker Film Version:...

    Whatever way you read it, the play Othello leaves its audience feeling ill at ease. Discuss with close reference to the original text and two different ways of considering Othello. The Shakespearean play, Othello is a text that has left its audiences from Elizabethan context up till today's modern...

    Contributed on January 11, 2007
  • Engineering Studies - Short Report Of How A Vacuum...

    The Household Vacuum Cleaner The vacuum cleaner is a common household appliance that uses the means of a number of simple components that work together to pick up dirt and dust particles. In the typical vacuum, the components are as follow: -Intake Port -Exhaust Port -Electric Motor -Fan -Poro...

    Contributed on January 12, 2007
  • Human Condition - "the Crucible" (Arthur Miller) And My...

    The human condition encompasses both ends of the spectrum when it comes to the human emotions - being misery as well as happiness. The quote "The Human Condition involves both misery and happiness" is an accurate sketch of what I have understood from the human condition thus far in reading The Cruci...

    Contributed on January 12, 2007

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