Great Expectations by Charles Dickens | Summary and Analysis

23 Mar 2015 14 Dec 2017

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Charles Dickens wrote his enduringly popular novel, Great Expectations, between December 1860 and September 1861. As was usual for this most prolific of novelists, the book was first published in serial form, and the instalments would be as eagerly awaited as the ‘soap operas’ of today. This novel, however, contains an interesting and informative retrospective by the author on aspects of his life, hidden from even those ...

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Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë | Analysis

23 Mar 2015 14 Dec 2017

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Emily Brontë’s novel of passion and cruelty, published in 1847, was the only novel she ever wrote and one of which many, including her sister Charlotte, disapproved, regarding it as fundamentally immoral, especially in the creation of the central character, the brutal Heathcliff. However, viewed at a distance of some 150 years, the novel can be seen for what it truly is, a work of flawed genius ...

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Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck | Analysis

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John Steinbeck’s novel, Of Mice and Men, was first published in 1937. At the time, America was still suffering the grim aftermath of the depression and the itinerant workers who form the basis of the novel were very much within the consciousness of a nation separated by wealth yet driven by the idea of ‘the American dream’. Steinbeck’s novel is, however, essentially a tale of loneliness, of ...

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Thor: Comparison of Myths and Comic Books

23 Mar 2015 14 Dec 2017

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The modern day image of a superhero consists of either Superman or Batman riding in a high-speed car and swinging off of buildings hundreds of feet from the ground, desperately trying to save the innocent victim. A Norse God with long blonde hair, a winged metal helmet, and a bright red cape with blue leggings is probably not an ordinary image being pictured in one's head. Superheroes ...

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A View from the Bridge by Arthur Miller | Analysis

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A View from the Bridge is a play set in Brooklyn in the 1950s and was written by Arthur Miller. He wrote this play based on different aspects in his life as he lived in Brooklyn as a child and worked in the Brooklyn shipyards like Eddie and befriended the Italians he worked with. Miller heard a story of some men coming over to work illegally and ...

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Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison | Analysis

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The main protagonist of Ralph Ellison invisible man is not the only one who remains unseen as the novel unfolds. Another element also cloaked in invisibility follows our unknown character throughout the novel, changing both beat and tempo as the novel develops. Rather like the invisible man, the ongoing musical beat that runs through out the invisible man’ may not be visible yet it is very clearly ...

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Shakespeare's Twelfth Night | Analysis

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William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, is a rich comedy delving into the innate human desire for love. Shakespeare uses these characters merely as vessels for a larger insight into society as a whole. No person wants what they can truly have, but rather, what they cannot. Shakespeare conveys a cryptic portrayal of romance where his characters are masochists and shows how love can blind and act so impulsively ...

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Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens | Analysis

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Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens. Given the reputation and gravity of Oliver Twist, it is sometimes difficult to recall that this was only Dickens’ second novel, written and serialised in 1838. Moreover, it was a risky project because Dickens had won massive popular acclaim on the basis of his preceding novel, The Pickwick Papers (1836), which could not have been more different in its comic recording of ...

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The Great Gatsby: Analysis of Deception

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There are few American novels that are honest and captivating about human nature as Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby. At the center of the novel, we discover the deep, dark secret of mankind: deception. The people of East and West Egg use one another for their own benefits and have no concern of the affect their actions may have on the people around them. As Nick Carraway ...

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Reflective Essay on Plagiarism

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Introduction Plagiarism or academic dishonesty as it is commonly known is a rampant vice among college students which is committed both intentionally and unintentionally (Maureen and Joyce 2006). There is a growing concern about the increasing levels of plagiarism among students who are either too lazy to do their assignments or are turning to doing group work and then turning assignments as their original work. Different forms ...

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Creative Writing Piece on Friendship

03 Oct 2016 14 Dec 2017

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‘TIL THE END February 14th, 2014 As I filled my last luggage, I looked around my, now empty, room. My last hour here, in New York. I guess it didn’t matter anymore, since all my friends had left me; they all turned their backs on me when I needed them the most. On the bright side, my departure would be less painful, since there was no ...

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Silver Lining in the Sky - A Story

03 Oct 2016 28 Sep 2017

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Silver Lining in the Sky We often come to here the proverb that life is not bed of roses. It may seem the old and overused statement, but, it really is true. We often judge happiness pleasure in lives by economic prosperity, which does not holds true for all the cases. People may have a lot of money, but, are still unhappy and have forlorn because ...

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Creative Writing Example- Cinderella Story

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1st act (After mother death, Cinderella’s father did his second marriage. She has two daughters.) Father: - My dear little daughter. Now this’s your mother and these are your sister’s. Go ……. Get know them. (While smiling) Cinderella: - Okay father... (She was happily went near her sisters and said, let’s share my room all of us. She took them off the stage showing them love) ...

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Jane Eyre Elements of Fairy Tale

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Keywords: jane eyre fairy tale Jane Eyre as a Fairy Tale The fairy tale master plots of rags to riches and good versus evil are recurring themes throughout stories from many different cultures. Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre, can be likened to a fairy tale, as certain elements of the master plot of the story, as it contains certain aspects of traditional fairy tale stories, such as Briar ...

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Language in Political Speeches

23 Mar 2015 07 Jun 2017

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Keywords: political speech analysis, political speech motivation, political speech language Essay investigating the language used in speeches to motivate and persuade people including speeches of Tony Blair, George Bush, John Major and Winston Churchill, for example. The language required to motivate and persuade in political speeches is a prepared mode of linguistic usage very different from others in that its imperative is inherently connected with its construction ...

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William Shakespeare - An Analysis

23 Mar 2015 07 Jun 2017

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Keywords: william shakespeare essay, shakespeare essay, essay about shakespeare Why was William Shakespeare regarded as the best English play writer? In his book Will in the World, Stephen Greenblatt describes Shakespeare as “the greatest playwright not of his age alone but of all time”. This echoes the fact that ‘the Bard’ is often considered to be one of England’s greatest authors. Even today his work is read ...

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Charlotte's Web, by E. B. White | Summary and Analysis

23 Mar 2015 06 Jun 2017

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Keywords: charlottes web analysis, charlottes web summary, human animal relationships Relationships in Charlotte's Web I chose to read Charlotte's Web because it has always been one of my favorite stories. I instantly knew this would be the perfect story to write about human and animal interrelationships. There are many different relationships between the people and the animals throughout this book. Along with those relationships, there are ...

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George Saunders Analysis

23 Mar 2015 26 May 2017

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Keywords: george saunders short stories, wavemaker falters, geogre saunders analysis Unexpressed Internal Conflicts Conflicts are not only essential for the story but essence of the story. Readers prefer writing styles in which they can involve themselves through the entire story and feel the ‘anxiety' of the protagonist or other characters to achieve the goals set by them. George Saunders reflects this writing style in some of his ...

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Animal Farm | Chapter by Chapter Summary

23 Mar 2015 19 May 2017

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Animal Farm Chapter by Chapter Summary Chapter One: Mr. Jones lives on the Manor Farm, he is an alcoholic. The animals of the farm go to the barn to hear what old Major, the well respected prized Middle White Boar, has to say about a recent dream. Bluebell, Jessie, and Pincher are the three farm dogs. Boxer, and Clover are the two cart-horses. Muriel is the ...

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Medea by Euripides | Plot Summary

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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Crazed Mother Medea relates to real life if you watch the news and hear about ex-lovers ending their relationships with murder or suicide. Medea is willing to sacrifice everything to make her revenge perfect. Medea shows her complete necessity for revenge when she says, “anyone running between me and my justice will reap what no man wants.” Not only does she kill two children, she kills her ...

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The Great Gatsby | The American Dream

23 Mar 2015 18 May 2017

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Compare and Contrast The Great Gatsby with the American Dream. Discuss how Gatsby's extravagances compare to the American Dream's ideals. There is no strict definition of the 'American Dream' though early in the twentieth century and in many ways still today it has become the term which describes an inherent faith in the promise of the new world. As a country, America has no far stretching history ...

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Elie and Marion Wiesel - Night | Book

03 Oct 2016 17 May 2017

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Night The title suggests a clear setting of the nighttime and in a symbolic way the setting is during a time as dark and long as the night. Elie Wiesel lived through a time in world history that is so sinister many people refuse to believe it could have even happened. The Holocaust, World War II, Nazi Germany invasion of Eastern Europe countries, all are the ...

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The Great Gatsby: An Analysis

23 Mar 2015 16 May 2017

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In the 1920s many Americans began using credit, and buying and becoming very materialistic, and losing their spirit and identity. In F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby the characters are all engulfed in the world of materialism, and believe that that is what makes them happy. Materialism is defined as the devotion to material wealth and possessions at the cost of spiritual or intellectual principles. Spirituality is ...

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The Lord Of The Flies: Chapter 8

23 Mar 2015 15 May 2017

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Lord Of The Flies Chapter 8 Golding's Lord Of The Flies is based on an island after the second world war. Through-out the novel, Golding treats the island as a microcosm of the war. Within this is microcosm, the island commences as a utopia but it is not until chapter 8 when it gradually evolves into a dystopia as the ultimate battle for jealousy and power breaks ...

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Imaginative Journeys in 'The Tempest'

23 Mar 2015 12 May 2017

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Imaginative Journeys in The Tempest by William Shakespeare The Tempest by William Shakespeare develops the notions of power, control, authority and moral order through the representation of imaginative journeys. Responders must suspend their disbeliefs in order to proceed on this speculative journey. An imaginative journey that provokes exploration, challenges our thinking and advances our understanding of ourselves. In the first scene of the play responders learned from ...

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“She Walks in Beauty” Explication

23 Mar 2015 11 May 2017

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“She Walks in Beauty” Explication By embracing the concept of self-expression, the poet, Lord Byron, has brought together the use of imagination and deep emotion in order to show his admiration towards a woman of beauty. "She walks in Beauty" is a love poem in which the poet illustrates the physical beauties of such a woman and compares her qualities to the forces of light and darkness. ...

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To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee

23 Mar 2015 11 May 2017

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To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Harper Lee’s only novel to date is To Kill a Mockingbird, published in 1960 but set in the 1930s in America’s deep-south. The novel won the Pulitzer Prize and was quickly made into a successful film starring Gregory Peck. The popularity that the novel immediately attracted endures to modern times. The semi-autobiographical story concerns the trial of an innocent black ...

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Plath's Suicide: Considering Lazarus

23 Mar 2015 10 May 2017

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Born on October 27, 1932, in Boston, Sylvia Plath mainly wrote confessional poetry. Plath's life was marked by periods of severe depression and multiple suicide attempts. The death of her father and betrayal of her husband forced her into a state of paranoia and motivated her to write poems about her sufferings. In the poem, Lady Lazarus, Plath employs the character of Lady Lazarus to echo the ...

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The Lord of The Flies | Analysis

23 Mar 2015 08 May 2017

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Lord of the Flies by William Golding is one of the most popular and endearing books of the twentieth century.  In part a morality tale, in part an analysis of the human psyche, it is also a supremely interesting and exciting adventure story.  All of these combined elements make the book a true classic and a perennial audience favourite.  The book also demonstrates its significance to today’s ...

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Tristram Shandy: Postmodern texts

23 Mar 2015 03 May 2017

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Does Tristram Shandy demonstrate that there can be postmodern texts before Postmodernism? Laurence Sterne’s Tristram Shandy dominated the London literary marketplace during its serial publication from 1759-1767.  Like his contemporary writers, Sterne engages in debates concerning what we would now regard as the disciplinary boundary between literature and philosophy which has established its canonical status as a work of postmodern fiction.  It is difficult to ascribe, as ...

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Beauty of Nature as appreciated by Wordsworth

23 Mar 2015 01 May 2017

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Beauty of Nature as appreciated by Wordsworth Poetry, which came much before prose in human history, has been a vehicle for the spiritual and social progress in man. The natural world with its great beauty and mystery has long been a source of inspiration to poets. The Romantic poets like Wordsworth and Keats, who were active in the nineteenth century, experienced the most inspiration through nature, which ...

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Complaint letter

23 Mar 2015 28 Apr 2017

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I wish to present complaints that your business has presented to Yoga Center which have continually worked to strain our relationship as business neighbors. Your employees have always been leaving the garbage carts outside our Day-care premises making it a huge distraction to our clients as well. This is against the accepted code of behavior since the carts should be kept at the appropriate storage areas at ...

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Common Racial Themes Shared in Faulkner and Morrison

23 Mar 2015 25 Apr 2017

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Common Racial Themes Shared in Faulkner and Morrison In spite of obvious racial and gender differences between William Faulkner (1897-1962) and Toni Morrison (1931-present), both authors approach race as a means of social separation. American society throughout history has focused on such separations to establish a defined hierarchy, based both on race and gender. In Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye, race is used to demean black Americans; ...

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Raymond Carver's Short Stories 'Mine' & 'Little Things'

23 Mar 2015 24 Apr 2017

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Analysis of Raymond Carver's Short Stories 'Mine' & 'Little Things' The word genre is derived from the French word kind or class. Genre is a term which is used to identify a form of literature. It is widely used in rhetoric, literary theory, media theory and linguistics (Chandler). It is an elaborative classing system. There are different kinds of Genre but the one used in this story ...

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Media War in Lebanon

23 Mar 2015 20 Apr 2017

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There is a famous quote that says: "the start of any war is a speech". The Lebanese society, as a collection of minorities is an extremely divided community with different religions, sects, and beliefs. This will result in a race between mixed cultures with a wide range of intelligence and understanding of worldwide relationships. This partitioned society reflects its differences at all aspects of life; in other ...

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