• Gender Roles
    marriage in the short story “The Story of an Hour “by Kate Chopin and the play “I’m Going” by Tristan Bernard. The reader will find the two authors to be different, but they both produce a mental vision of Marriage in the short story and the play. The two pieces of literature imply the gender roles in...
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  • Gender Roles
    Gender Roles and Marriage Introduction There are various comparisons and distinctions in any given works of literature. The play “I’m Going,” written by Tristan Bernard and the short story, “The Necklace,” written by Guy de Maupassant is well evident with the theme of gender roles and...
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  • ENG 125
    doing so. This story is told from in a third person point of view that sometimes is omniscient and others it would be third person limited omniscient. The story that I am using as a comparison was written by Tristan Bernard and the name of it is I’m Going! A Comedy in One Act. The setting in this is...
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  • Eng125 Reading Reflection Week 1
    in One Act by Tristan Bernard is a wonderful and well written work of literature. While providing my reader response, I was able to reflect on my past experiences and my life in general and I used those experiences to bring meaning to the story. Although remembering my heartbreaking past makes me...
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  • 19th and 20th Century Gender Expectations in Literature
    comparative analysis of two separate forms of literature: Tristan Bernard’s humorous play I’m Going! A Comedy in One Act, and Kate Chopin’s short story “The Story of an Hour.” Authors can use plays, stories or poems to bring us into their world, and through imagination we can connect with them, if only...
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  • A Contrast and Comparison of I’m Going! a Comedy in One Act vs. the Proposal
    A Contrast and Comparison of I’m Going! A Comedy in One Act. Vs. The Proposal “I've got a stubborn heart for you. Call me crazy, but it's true. I love you.” (Choi, 2012) If anything could sum up the feelings of the characters in Tristan Bernards’ I’m Going! A Comedy in One Act and Anton...
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  • Treating Each Other with Respect as Husband and Wife
    play, “I’m Going”, the author Tristan Bernard wants the audience to view Henri as a selfish husband who wants to do his own thing, no matter how it affects his wife. He is able to do this by using words that taint the reader’s perception of him. With such comments in the beginning as, “No, I have...
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  • I'M Going
    would only be bored to death!) Then a few minutes later you see (Henri: Oh, very well then! (Laying down his opera-glasses and hat) I see you want to keep me from going to the races. I hope you are satisfied now? I'm not going! And I had a twenty-franc ticket. I'm going to tear it up! (He takes the ticket from his pocket) I'll tear it! Are you going to let me? It's worth twenty francs?). Tristan Bernard (English translation, 1915)....
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  • Gender Roles and Marriage
    traumatized by his wife habitual nagging during one of his many day dreams he imagines he is at war and standing in front of the firing squad. Conclusion In conclusion, I have discussed the play ‘I’m Going” by Tristan Bernard and the short story, “The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty”, using literary...
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  • Compare and Contrast
    Every marriage has its ups and downs, not one is 100% perfect. Men and women have different interests, different likes and dislikes I have chosen, “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" by James Thurber, and “I’m Going,” by Tristan Bernard. These two pieces were chosen because they both have the same...
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  • Who Wears the Pants in the Family Anyways
    and marriages have developed through time in the eyes of some of our great authors. Using the comparative approach lets discuss the growths and sets backs between three different scenarios that takes place in “The story of the an hour” written by Kate Chopin, “I’m going!” written by Tristan Bernard...
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  • English 125 Intro
    I'm Going! A Comedy in One Act Jaymes E. Whitfield Eng 125 Intro to Literature Carolyn Karas 06 May 2013 Upon reading the first act of I'm Going a Comedy in One Act by Tristan Bernard(1), I realized that man has been plagued with the grueling task of enjoying something...
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  • Gneder Roles/Marriage
    attitude. In Mr. Mitty’s daydreams he tends to see himself as a hero, having more importance than he does in his actual life. He dreams the he is a US Navy pilot, a highly talented and respected surgeon and an assassin on trial. ‘I’m Going!’ by Tristan Bernard conveys an entirely different...
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  • Compare and Contrast the Secret Life of Mr Witty
    Compare And Contrast Every marriage has its ups and downs, not one is 100% perfect. Men and women have different interests, different likes and dislikes I have chosen, “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" by James Thurber, and “I’m Going,” by Tristan Bernard. These two pieces were chosen because they...
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  • Research Methods
    , interaction, and collective behavior of organized groups of human beings”. In Cultural Anthropology I will describe two research methods: participant observation and cross-cultural comparison. Participation observation, is a form of qualitative research, and can be described as “the process of...
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  • Comparison Between the Telemedicine Projects in Rathanakiri and Washington
    ]. Washington. Available from URL : http://cid.oxfordjournals.org/content/33/12/2082.full [Accessed 7 August 2010] Author unknown, (2011). Comparison Telemedicine in Tristan Island and Cambodia [Online]. Cambodia. Available from: http://telemedicine-writing-essay.blogspot.com/2011/03/comparison...
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  • Why so Interesting
    “Why So Interesting” Gary Gatliff Bernadette Anayah July 11, 2011 I have to say after reading “I’m going! A Comedy in One Act” by Tristan Bernard. This story captured my interest. It reminded me of my own life with me and my wife and some of our conversations. It was hysterical to...
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  • Keyterms
    poem is the speaker who is deciding which road to take or more so, what decision to make. “I’m Going! A Comedy In One Act”- In the short play, “I’m Going!” the author Tristan Bernard used the concept of farce to exaggerate the ongoing argument between Jeanne and Henri. Jeanne was unwilling to...
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  • A Review of I'M Going; a Comedy in One Act
    Upon reading the first act of I'm Going A Comedy in One Act by Tristan Bernard I felt a whirlwind of different emotions. The main characters, Henri and Jeanne, are in the middle of a small disagreement. It seems as though Henri would like to go to the races alone but his wife would like to...
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  • The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
    In this world there is nothing that brightens my day more than a comedy, something that makes me smile or laugh even when I do not feel like it. The two short stories that I have decided to compare and contrast are “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” by James Thurber; and “I’m Going” by Tristan...
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