• The Chysanthemums - Feminism
    Feminism in John Steinbeck's "The Chrysanthemums." 750 word paper At first glance John Steinbeck's "The Chrysanthemums" seems to be a story about a woman whose niche is in the garden. Upon deeper inspection the story has strong notes of feminism in the central character Elisa...
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  • Journey of the Magi
    T.S. Eliot's Journey of the Magi This Christmas poem is about the Epiphany and was created the very year of Eliot's conversion to Christianity (Fleisner, 66). Therefore the theme of religion is an important one if we are to analyse the poem correctly. In the book of Ephesians in the Bible, Paul...
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  • Guilt, Duty, and Unrequited Love
    Guilt, Duty, and Unrequited Love: Deconstructing the Love Triangles in James Joyce's The Dead and Thomas Hardy's Jude the Obscure "It's no problem of mine but it's a problem I fight, living a life that I can't leave behind. But there's no sense in telling me, the wisdom of the cruel words...
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  • United Cereal
    Connect with us Facebook Recent added paper Analysis On The Novel &Quot;The Hours&Quot; Misery By Stephen King Oddysey Hound Of The Baskervilles Naked Economics The Great Gatsby Theme Analysis The Godfather: Power Organized...
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  • Oracle Adf Tricks
    = new Number(0);<br /> while (emps.hasNext()) {<br /> sum = sum.add( (Number)emps.next().getAttribute("Sal"));<br /> }<br /> return sum;<br /> }<br />  6. Add the SalarySum to the page either by dragging and dropping it from...
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  • Howl & Kaddish by Allen Ginsberg
    As you read the first lines of "Howl" and "Kaddish", the overall tone of the poem hits you right in the face. Allen Ginsberg, the poet, presents these two poems as complaints and injustices. He justifies these complaints in the pages that follow. Ginsberg also uses several...
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  • White Fang
    Sybolism in White Fang "Classic" - a word misunderstood by many people around the world, mostly those of a younger generation. It is surprising how many people believe that the word "classic" means "old" or "boring". This is just not the case. In actual...
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  • Catcher in the Rye
    has attended. While standing on Thomsen Hill, Holden cannot help but feel isolated when he observes the football game, "you were supposed to commit suicide or something if Old Pencey didn't win" (Salinger 2). Not only does Holden feel isolated at the schools he has attended; he has this...
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  • Sister Carrie
    I think it is very difficult to define the exact character of Dreiser's "Sister Carrie", and his original intention. I would say, "as many eyes, so many opinions", so no wonder there are different approaches and interpretations towards the novel which is influenced not just by...
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  • Paul L. Dunbar
    black American writer to achieve national and international reputation. He was not only a poet, but also a novelist, short story writer, writer of articles and dramatic sketches, plays and lyrics for musical compositions. His first volume of poetry, "Oak and Ivy" was published in 1893...
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  • Paradise Lost
    (his fall), and what it is he is about to do (his completely setting himself against God). He is able to recognize that God's forgiving nature extends even to himself, "I could repent and could obtain By Act of Grace, my former state", and is if only for a moment, unsure as to "which...
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  • Herbert Spencer
    traces in his "Autobiography" his "conspicuous disregard" of political, religious, and social authority to the tradition of independence and dissent so long cherished by his family. Spencer's education was informal, unconventional, and highly deficient in the more traditional...
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  • Andy Worhal
    fashion magazines "gave me a sense of style and other career opportunities." Upon graduating, Warhol moved to New York and began his artistic career as a commercial artist and illustrator for magazines and newspapers. Although extremely shy and clad in old jeans and sneakers, Warhol attempted...
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  • Shakespeare and Frost - Masters of Their Trade
    "The art of the poet is to explore the very questions of human existence". The art of poetry is a deep and involved process, which when used properly to infer an existentialist message, can turn lines of ink into a work of art. Major and famous authors of times past and present have...
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  • Home Burial
    									 Hazelwood 1 Robert Frost's "Home Burial" is a narrative poem that speaks of life's tragedies. Frost's writings style is very straightforward and direct. In "Home Burial the setting appears to be the background of a tragedy that centers...
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  • Little Girl Lost
    "A Little GIRL Lost" from Songs of Experience is one of Blake's most important poems. Though judging the aesthetic value of a poem is nearly impossible, I would contend that "A Little Girl Lost" is "better" than "The Little Girl Lost" found in Songs of...
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  • Remains of the Day
    Kazuo Ishiguro's Remains of the Day gives an eloquent treatment of the issue of how a stoic English butler's unemotional reaction to the emotional world around him is damaging and painful, and how he resolves to make the best of the "remains of the day"—the remainder of his life. Ishiguro...
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  • Francios Rabelias
    . Artist began to paint in three dimensions, writers began write satires, and they started blending their opinions into their stories. They became concerned with human welfare, humanism. " Humanism was a program of study rather than a unified philosophy. It stressed the studia humanitatis, or...
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  • Macbeth - Manipulation
    understanding Macbeth's thoughts and feelings are visible in her thoughts "Thou wouldst be great, Art not without ambition, but without the illness should attend it." (1.5.19-21). From the very same speech and small implications from the letter, we can tell that Macbeth was ambitious enough to want...
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  • Flea
    The seventeenth century was an era of beautiful poetry. Two poets in particular, Andrew Marvell and John Donne, wrote carpe diem poetry full of vivid imagery and metaphysical conceits. Each conveyed the message of "living for the now." This message can be clearly seen in the poems...
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