• Compare and Contrast Beka Lamb and Miguel Street
     Most writers of the Caribbean have been preoccupied by particular themes and have adhered to mutual tracks, while often contrasted in approach and writing. The possibility or impossibility of the account of one’s story, when the very concept of the individual has been crushed by slavery and colo...
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  • Miguel Street
    1 General Title + explanation : Miguel street The story is about people that live in Miguel street Author + background : V.S. Naipaul Sir Vidiadhar Surajprasad "V. S." Naipaul, TC (born 17 August 1932) is a Trinidadian-British writer of Indo-Trinidadian heri...
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  • Miguel Street
    The Novel Miguel Street has been variously classified as a group of short stories, as a series of sketches, and as a novel. The latter classification is supported by the fact that it is unified by a single narrator and by several patterns and themes. Furthermore, although each chapter is dominate...
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  • Miguel Street
    Yasmina Curto Galindo Literatura de l’Àfrica, el Carib i l’Índia THE CARIBBEAN ISLANDS: 1. V.S. Naipaul’s Miguel Street Miguel Street is his semi-autobiographical work which occurs during World War II in Port of Spain, Tobago and Trinidad. The island of Tri...
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  • Miguel Street
    Discuss the representation of man and manhood in the 2 short stories of Miguel Street. On Miguel Street, the representation of man and manhood can be seen negatively in these two short stories” “Bogart” and “A thing without a name”. Where as a man’s manhood is considered strong if certa...
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  • Great Depression Themes in 42nd Street
    Great Depression Themes in 42nd Street Seen through a particular light and given specific occasions in the film, we can see how 42nd Street echoes the general attitudes of the Great Depression. Particular characters in the film exemplify the wealthy citizens of the time, the common laborer, and...
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  • chapter in miguel street
    Miguel Street by V.S. Naipaul The History of Trinidad Trinidad was inhabited by Carib and Arawak people long before Christopher Columbus arrived, but the recorded history of Trinidad and Tobago begins with the settlements of the islands by Spanish. Both islands were encountered by...
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  • Marxism and Miguel Street
    In studying literature, the literary theory of Marxism views a work of literature as the product of the historical forces and the conditions in which it was written in. A Marxist can analyze a work by examining these conditions and comparing the work with the social reality of that...
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  • From San Miguel to Big Whiskey: a Comparative Look at 'a Fistful of Dollars' and 'Unforgiven'
    Introduction: This essay will compare and contrast two films that sit within the broad genre of 'the western', made 28 years apart, featuring actor/director Clint Eastwood as protagonist. These two films are Sergio Leone's A Fistful of Dollars (1964) and Eastwood's own Unforgiven (1992). Beyond...
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  • Romeo and Juliet: the Themes of Love, Hate and Fate
    Love Hate and Fate Essay ‘Romeo and Juliet’, a Shakespearean tragedy play written in the late 16th Century, conveys the themes of love, hate and fate. Shakespeare explores the complex nature of these universal feelings and the impact of fate through the death of young Romeo and Juliet. Variou...
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  • Drawing on What You Have Learned About City Road, Outline Some of the Inequalities on a Street That You Know
    Drawing on what you have learned about City Road, outline some of the inequalities on a street that you Know Using what I have learned in my study materials, I will compare Green Lanes to City Road, Cardiff for either their similarities or differences relating to Inequalities. Green La...
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  • Oliver Twist Themes
    The problem of the study Oliver twist is a unique play which all of us read it or at least have watched it . but it was not written for enjoyment however, Charles dickens in this play is attacking the church regime . Most of the English writers evade to state that dickens is against the religion...
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  • Nightmare on Elm Street: Film and Reality
    "The original A Nightmare on Elm Street was inspired by an extraordinary series of unnoticed stories in the Los Angeles Times. A young immigrant male, early 20's, usually from Southeast Asia, a son, would have a severe nightmare where he would wake up screaming. The next day, he would tell his famil...
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  • Nightmare on Elm Street
    At a time when the stalker movie had been exploited to all ends and the image of mute, staggering, vicious killers had been etched into society's consciousness to the point of exhaustion, a new kid entered the block. The year was 1984 and it was time for a new villain to enter into the horror genre....
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  • Street Art
    What is Street Art? Street art is arguably classed as Urban Art and also known as Contemporary Art. This form of Art represents the voice of the lower class in debate with the political class, they express themselves with sprays on plaster and endure 'A life spent scribbling in books scrambling...
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  • Should Street Gangs Be Considered Terrorist Organizations?
    Should Street Gangs be Considered Terrorist Organizations? Terror, violence, and death are the common denominators in our society nowadays. Why? Because of street gang fights. Innocent people have been killed as a result of street gangs. These groups of criminals use violence against societies and...
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  • Themes and Character in the Far and the Near, Also a Bit Abo
    (Thomas Wolfe 1935) Thomas Wolfe's short story "The Far and the Near" was first published in Cosmopolitan magazine in 1935 and was reprinted later that year in Wolfe's first short-story collection, From Death to Morning. For a writer known by his long, sprawling novels such as Look Homeward, Angel:...
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  • Themes in Once and Future King
    T. H. White's The Once and Future King is one of the most complete and unique portrayals of the immortal legend of King Arthur. Though it has been in print for less than half a century, it has already been declared a classic by many, and is often referred to as the "bible" of Arthurian legend. White...
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  • The House on Mango Street
    The House On Mango Street Close Reading Darius & the Clouds Page 33-34 In the chapter Darius & the Clouds Sandra Cineros uses descriptive language and metaphors to engage the reader in the story. In this chapter the general theme of freedom is also exhibited when the author talks about Darius and...
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  • Themes Used in Jamejoyce's the Sisters
    This, the first story in Dubliners, introduces many of the themes and motifs that will recur throughout the book, linking its component parts together into something that is not quite a novel but more than a mere collection of short stories. The first theme is paralysis. James Joyce believed that t...
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