Impact of WW1 on Ernest Hemingway's Poetry

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1.1 Introduction: When World War1 broke out in 1914, it ended almost 100 years of relative peace in Europe. America at that time adopted a policy of neutrality and isolation regarding war. This approach was fully supported by the people of America at that time but later, in 1917 the German submarines entered the US marine territories against which the US government finally had to break ...

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Analysing Race in William Shakespeare's Plays

21 Feb 2018

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This dissertation provides a critical discussion of the issues of race in such William Shakespeare’s plays as The Tempest, Titus Andronicus and Othello. Analysing the context, in which these plays are created, and applying to such theoretical tools as the qualitative research method and the social constructionist approach, the research evaluates different perceptions of race through the principal characters of the plays and investigates in depth ...

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Analysing Film Adaptations of Shakespeare's Macbeth

21 Feb 2018

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In Roger Manvell's Book Peter Hall is quoted as saying “Shakespeare is no screen writer. He is a verbal dramatist, relying on the associative and metaphorical power of words…Even his stage action is verbalised… This is bad screen writing. A good film script relies on contrasting verbal images. What is spoken is of secondary importance.” (Manvell, 1971, p.125) It is certainly true that screenwriting and playwriting ...

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Toni Morrison's Contributions to American Literature

21 Feb 2018

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Chapter One: Toni Morrison's Contribution to American Literature Paradoxically, immortality is not achieved through the defeat of biological death, but rather through the indomitability of the spirit, which leaves behind the fruits of wisdom and humanity, putting forevermore things in a different perspective for generations to come. This, however, is not a smooth and linear process and nor does it leave one untransformed. Referring to ...

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Analysing Slavery in Mark Twain's Writing

21 Feb 2018

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INTRODUCTION According to widely held view on slavery, it is has been acknowledged that it is ‘a virtually universal feature of human history' that has preserved up to nowadays.  As absolute proof of old origins of slavery accounts to the fact that there are written documents survived from ancient times as written in e.g., the Code of Hammurabi and The Old Testament showing that slavery ...

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Analysis of the Term 'Victorian' Through Literature

21 Feb 2018

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The era of Queen Victoria's reign witnessed the passing of milestones in social, economic, and personal progress. It was the age of industrialisation, a time of travel, a battleground for the conflict between science and religion. Yet further to these great markers by which many of us recognise the nineteenth century, and indeed because of them, Victoria's reign inspired change within the individual; a revaluation of ...

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Law for Standard Form Contracts in Businesses

21 Feb 2018

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1a. Explain the different types of business agreement and the importance of the key elements required for the formation of a valid contract A contract is defined as an agreement which legally binds the parties (BPP Professional Education, 2004). However there are many types of contract between two businesses such as unilateral, bilateral, specialty, simple and standard form contract (Doti Chee, 2009). Firstly unilateral contract is ...

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Gender Relationships in Shakespeare's Plays

21 Feb 2018

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The subject of gender relationships within the work of Shakespeare became a matter of lively debate during the last quarter of the twentieth century and continues to be an area that attracts much scholarship and controversy. Perceptions that early modern society was antithetical to any exercise of power by women must be counterbalanced by the knowledge that, until 1603, a woman, Queen Elizabeth, held the ultimate ...

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A Room with a View: Chapter by Chapter Analysis

21 Feb 2018

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Opening a Window A Room with a View by E.D. Forster explores the struggle between the expectations of a conventional lady of the British upper class and pursuing the heart. Miss Lucy Honeychurch must choose between class concerns and personal desires. Honeychurch is a respectable young lady from a well-known family. She travels with Miss Charlotte Bartlett to Italy at the turn of the century. In ...

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Impact of the US Credit Crunch on Australian Economy

21 Feb 2018

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Introduction However, due to the US housing credit crunch and turbulence in financial markets all over the world immediately took into effect and global economic growth slowed towards the end of the year (O'Brien et al., 2007). Given this basic premise of the current financial crisis, this literature review will be guided by exploring studies made on how the US-induced credit crunch affected the Australian economy, ...

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Influence of Oscar Wilde's Sexuality

21 Feb 2018

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Oscar Wilde (1854-1900) was a writer whose homoerotic texts pushed the social boundaries of the Victorian era. Born to a family of unabashed Irish agnostics, the self-proclaimed "dandy" valued art, fashion, and all things physically beautiful. After receiving a comprehensive education from Oxford, Wilde made a name for himself in London first as a novelist, penning the now famous The Picture of Dorian Gray. A string ...

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Character Analysis of Milton's Satan in Paradise Lost

21 Feb 2018

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The analysis of Milton's Satan in view of classical epic traditions This dissertation investigates in depth the issue of whether Milton’s Satan from the poem Paradise Lost can be considered a classical epic hero. The research makes a major emphasis on the classical world context, uncovering the poet’s vision and comparing Satan with Achilles from Homer’s epic Iliad. The received results show that, despite the fact ...

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Benefits of the International Reporting Standards

21 Feb 2018

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2. 0 Literature review 2.1 Introduction Literature abounds in polarising this subject matter 'the benefits of the international reporting standards'. Looking back at the last quarter of the 20th century it will no longer be seen as an evolutionary period global financial market in a bit to introduce a single set of standards that will be generally acceptable in financial reporting. International reporting standards have ...

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The Last of the Mohicans and Hope Leslie Comparison

21 Feb 2018

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Introduction Racial issues occupy the principal place in American Literature due to the prolonged racial relations between Native Americans and European colonizers. The aim of this dissertation is to compare and contrast the issue of miscegenation through the principal characters of James Fenimore Cooper's The Last of the Mohicans and Catharine Maria Sedgwick's Hope Leslie. The word 'miscegenation', which consists of two parts 'miscere' and 'genus' ...

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Jack Kerouac and the Beat Generation

21 Feb 2018

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Introduction Jack Kerouac was responsible for spawning the literary movement that became known as the Beat Generation, a movement not only significant to literature, but one which incorporated music and visual art to chart a personal progression. Kerouac “was the leader of a literary movement and a way of life he thought was a passing fad.” The basic characteristics of “Beat” are defined in Kerouac's 1957 ...

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Harry Potter Analysis: Themes of Power and Oppression

21 Feb 2018

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The world in which one lives today is one that is not different from the past in many aspects. Though there have been several changes in society, there are still several things that remain the same. Human lifestyle undoubtedly has changed along with the way that people think. However, memories and records of events and the like are not always forgotten. People may not forget things ...

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Effect of Brand Loyalty on Advertising

21 Feb 2018

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Chapter 1: Introduction 1.1 Background and context: Each business has a product, whether they have deliberately urbanized it or not. A brand is merely anticipation or a guarantee of an understanding. Whether that anticipation is gullible, reliable, pioneering, or enjoyable, trademarks are short-hand for relating the approach a trade, cluster, artefact, service, superstar or other body narrates to its shareholders (for instance., shoppers, benefits, issues, workers, ...

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Freudian and Jungian Literary Analysis: Under Milk Wood

21 Feb 2018

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Exploration of dreams, symbols and archetypes in Dylan Thomas play for voices Under Milk Wood This paper seeks to assert that Dylan Thomas' play Under Milk Wood can be successfully viewed using Freudian and Jungian psychoanalytic techniques. It will attempt to not only isolate and highlight many instances of typical psychical symbolism in the work but also what could be thought of as psychoanalytic mechanisms; especially ...

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Designing an Oral English Teaching Course

21 Feb 2018

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Introduction: Context Defining context is necessary for developing any course plan because the students, stakeholders and setting of the course have a large impact on all that is taught and learned. The very concepts of teaching and learning are culturally dependent and therefore care must be taken to match student and stakeholder expectations. Or in some cases it may appropriate to gently push the boundaries of ...

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Female Character Analysis in Shakespeare and Austen

21 Feb 2018

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The Social and Feminist Influences of Austen and Shakespeare Feminist thought is a movement truly indicative of a dynamic society. When manifested in literature, it signifies the breaking of old traditions, and the manner in which feminism is presented reflects the attitude of the writer and society to the aforementioned changes. In the case of William Shakespeare (1564-1616), presenting empowered females was of marked significance as ...

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Historical Account of Tragedy in Literature

21 Feb 2018

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The chorus in Aeschylus' Agamemnon clearly elucidates the Aristotelian principle of tragedy: 'Zeus, whose will has marked for man the sole way where wisdom lies, ordered one eternal plan: Man must suffer to be wise.' Elizabethan tragedy is derived from this moralised model of tragedy as depicted by Aristotle in his Poetics. As a genre, Elizabethan tragedy is distinguished from that of Shakespeare, although Shakespeare's tragedies ...

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Analysis of The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton

21 Feb 2018

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Context By the time the bloody chaos of the First World War finally came to an end on November 11, 1918, the American novelist Edith Wharton had already been living as an expatriate in Paris for five years. During that time, she had essentially ceased to write fiction and had turned her energies instead to the Allied effort by providing war relief for soldiers and refugees. ...

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