• Fart
    Markarth. (North of Kolskeggr Mine, west of Bind Cliff Cave.) Effect: All skills improve 15% faster. The Steed Stone Location: North-west of Solitude. (North of Wolfskull Cave, east of Widow's Watch Ruins, west of Ironback Hideout.) Effect: Carry weight +100, and no movement penalty from armor...
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  • Naturalism in "To Build a Fire"
    Hannibal), who embody qualities Emerson discusses; (4) frequent use of figurative language to make a point, such as “An institution is the lengthened shadow of one man” (metaphor) and “They who made England, Italy, or Greece venerable in the imagination did so by sticking fast where they were, like an axis...
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  • What are the narrative techniques used by Tennyson in "Mariana"
    “moated grange” using an human emotion, it allows the reader to reflect this feeling onto the character of Mariana, which further gives insight to the solitude that her character is feeling. The imagery throughout is of vital importance, due to the fact that we learn nothing of the physical appearance of...
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  • Literature
    include travel writing -- The Lost City of the Kalahari (2006); and a new complete selection of his shorter writings -- The Hero of Currie Road. Plot summary- CRY THE BELOVED COUNTRY The novel opens in a small village in Ixopo (Ndotsheni), where the black pastor Stephen Kumalo receives a letter from the...
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  • I'M by John Clare
    three parts divided as follow. The first part will focus on brief summary about the poet, then the definition of alienation and the two types of it. The second part will focus on the poem itself started by posting the poem then a summary about it, followed by analysis. After that the third part will focus...
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  • The White Hereon
    'A White Heron' Summary Sylvia, a nine-year-old girl, is leading her wayward cow, Mistress Moolly, home. She lives on a farm with her grandmother, Mrs. Tilley. Mrs. Tilley took Sylvia in as her town home was too busy, and Sylvia was ‘afraid of folks.’ Sylvia has become part of the natural environment...
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  • The Garden
    most famous poems include “To His Coy Mistress”, “The Garden”, “An Horatian Ode upon Cromwell's Return from Ireland”, and “the country house poem.” Summary of the poem The poem “The Garden” concludes that nature is altogether preferable to and more beautiful than women. Marvell’s speaker may indeed exclude...
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  • Seven Storey Mountain
    offprint from Gale's For Students Series: Presenting Analysis, Context, and Criticism on Commonly Studied Works: Introduction, Author Biography, Plot Summary, Characters, Themes, Style, Historical Context, Critical Overview, Criticism and Critical Essays, Media Adaptations, Topics for Further Study, Compare...
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  • lack of courage
    trying to come back. People need the time to be alone, to have solitude, but once that solitude becomes isolation, the situation becomes intolerable. Our human needs are not to be tampered with, and as the wise Joseph Roux once stated: “Solitude vivifies; isolation kills.” ( insert thesis) In the short...
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  • Book Report
    directs traffic at his at his own whim on the Street of Tides.  J. William Covington  The FBI agent that makes a deal for Luke. Summary SHORT PLOT/CHAPTER SUMMARY (Synopsis) Tom Wingo is a middle-aged man with a wife and three young daughters who has recently lost his job as a high school English...
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  • Reaction Paper
    in urban place such as Manila which I did not notice in the past years of living and passing to that road. “Shadow and Solitude” By: Claro M. Recto Evaluation: “Shadow and Solitude”, it is a drama play where the author used the dramatic style which is the Tragedy. Tragedy in a way that the characters...
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  • The Awakening Quotes
    #1: "The voice of the sea is seductive; never ceasing, whispering, clearing, murmuring, inviting the soul to wander for a spell in the abysses of solitude; to lose itself in mazes of inward contemplation. The voice of the sea speaks to the soul. The touch of the sea is sensuous, enfolding the body in...
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  • Fire and Ice Analysis
    takes place at midnight where the poet is sitting alone at his desk accompanied only by a ticking of a clock. The image evoked is one of quiet and solitude where the poet is cut off from the world ready to be transported by his literary imagination. The poet’s imagination is like a presence which disturbs...
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  • Imagery in "Araby"
    ostracized and solitude, since he is the only one that is in love. "Her brother always teased her before he obeyed, and I stood by the railings looking at her" ( ). The narrator sees the darkness as a place of hiding. "If my uncle was seen turning the corner, we hid in the shadow until we...
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  • Photography by Sisse Brimberg
    caught my eye. The photo is of a “ballerina sitting in quiet solitude before a performance of Swan Lake at the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg.” (Newman) The reason this picture stood out to me is because you can also see the shadow of a fellow Swan Lake dancer in the photo, which leaves you wondering...
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  • Self Reliance
    that in matters of financial and interpersonal relations, independence is more valuable than neediness. Thus Thoreau dwells on the contentment of his solitude, on his finding entertainment in the laugh of the loon and the march of the ants rather than in balls, marketplaces, or salons. He does not disdain...
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  • Big Two Hearted River
    that he could continue his quest to find peace within the natural setting. Nick looks off the horizon and sees the pine forest and listens to the solitude with only the bubbling of the river as it rushes over the rocks. He thinks to himself that this is the first time he has actually felt happy. The...
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  • Imagery in James Joyce "Araby"
    his friends. He feels alienation and solitude, since he is the only one in love. The darkness is used for the narrator as a place to hide in-"If my uncle was seen turning the corner, we hid in the shadow until we had seen him safely housed" (30). The boy uses shadow as a place in which he hides in and...
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  • Any Human to Another
    The whole poem is about this paradox and coming together despite our differences. People need to connect with others and not stay shut up alone in solitude. Many of the stanzas contain similes to elaborate on the author’s purpose. The first stanza relates sorrow to an arrow that pierces all parts...
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  • Nonconformity
    essays both represent Ralph Emerson's essay, Self-Reliance, but they do so in different ways. In Thoreau's essay, Solitude, the narrator has removed himself from society and into solitude in a cabin in the deep woods. The narrator displays nonconformity by not taking on the normal daily routines and an...
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