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  • Comedy And The Power Of Human Spirit
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    Paving the way, comedy traditionally deals with the efforts of individuals to survive and create a new and better world or at least one that is better than the reality the character find themselves in if only for a short period of time. In this way this genre seems to be a means of dealing with both human suffering and failure. This fact is found present in the works of Aristophanes, Voltaire and Altman dealing with a general theme of survival and creativity in their humor. In the light that the...
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  • Act Iv Scene Act I Scene
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    Although Moliere's Don Juan was written in 1665, its central themes can be carried over through the ages up to today. Moliere creates many fascinating characters limited not only to Don Juan, but his servant, wife, father, and others he encounters throughout the play. In Don Juan, Moliere creates a character who shapes the world to fit his own personal illusions by an egotistical abuse of power. Even greater, is Moliere's ability to create characters who can interact with such a main character, ...
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  • Love For Rosaline Romeo And Juliet
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    "A dream is a wish your heart makes, " according to Cinderella. Are dreams and fairytales an idealistic notion, or are they actually conceivable? In the play, Romeo and Juliet, Romeo's best companion, Mercutio makes a speech reflecting upon the essence of dreams and fantasy. Basically, it provides a brief comic relief through its mocking tone towards Romeo's latest infatuation. Romeo is obsessed with Rosaline who barely knows of his existence. Mercutio gibes Romeo through his famous monologue, w...
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  • Kill A Mocking Bird Aunt Alexandra
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    In Harper Lees novel, To Kill A Mocking Bird we see that maturation of some of the characters is clearly evident, particularly Scouts. We see this by the way she acts in front of Miss Maudie, Calpurnia and Mrs. Alexandra Finch. Beside her father, Scout probably respects and likes the most is Miss Maudie. The two of them have a great relationship and they both love each other very deeply. When Scout first introduces us to Miss Maudie (in chapter 5), she tells us all the nicest things about her. S...
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  • Circle Cannot Exist Shape Cannot Exist Definition
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    ter>"Shape is that which alone of existing things always follows color. "A shape is that which limits a solid; in a word, a shape is the limit of a solid. " In the play Meno, written by Plato, there is a point in which Meno asks that Socrates give a definition of shape. In the end of it, Socrates is forced to give two separate definitions, for Meno considers the first to be foolish. As the two definitions are read and compared, one is forced to wonder which, if either of the two, is tru...
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  • To Kill A Mocking Bird
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    To Kill a Mocking Bird by Harper Lee is a novel set in the prejudice American town of Maycomb in the 1930 s. I feel she portrays the theme of prejudice extremely evidently in the characters of Bob Ewell and Tom Robinson. The story is written from the perspective of a girl named Scout who writes about the events that happen in Maycomb in this period of time. One of the things that happen is that Tom Robinson, a black man, is tried and accused of raping Mayella Ewell, the daughter of Bob, a local ...
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  • Madame Bovary Is A Universal Text
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    GUSTAVE FLAUBERT ONCE REMARKED, Madame Bovary, cest moi (Madame Bovary is me). On the surface, this comment seems ridiculous; the circumstances of Flaubert's life have nothing in common with those he created for his most famous character. However his reasons for writing and the techniques he administers in portraying his characters make it obvious that he was the basis for the character of Emma Bovary. Of course he failed to add that so are you and I, we are all the victims of unrealized or unre...
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  • Comic Relief Act Ii
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    The merchant of Venice is one of Shakespeare's many fine works. One of the things that makes Shakespeare's plays so entertaining are his characters. He often uses certain characters as comic relief, and some strictly for romance. Salarino and Solanio are Friends of main character Antonio. They play a small but important supporting role in Merchant of Venice. The role of Salarino and Solanio is to be bystanders that provide narration and comic relief. I call Salarino and Solanio bystanders becaus...
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  • Character Analysis Of Hero Atticus Finch
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    To kill a Mockingbird, an acclaimed novel, by Harper Lee is recognized throughout the world. Having read her novel, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 1960 soon after its publication, I was compelled to consider the novel in greater depth but was particularly intrigued to examine the character of Atticus Finch as a hero. Maycomb, a fictional town in the Southern States of America plays host to the novel during the period of 1933 - 1935. To Kill a Mockingbird follows a lawyer and his family prior to...
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  • Kingdom Of God Kingdom Of Heaven
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    Fellow world kings, presidents, and leaders: In a time of despair and emptiness, the world we knew has changed forever. Perhaps in this day and age, it is difficult to fathom why anyone would mastermind the attacks of September 11 th. In the time that has followed that fateful day, news organizations have ingrained into our brains images of planes crashing into buildings, people jumping from windows many stories up, abandoned shoes among the rubble, and -- of course -- images of the victims and ...
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  • Marlow Describes Kurtz Actions
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    Darkness and Light: the Illumination of Reality and Unreality in Heart of Darkness Throughout his narrative in Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness, Thomas Marlow characterizes events, ideas, and locations that he encounters in terms of light or darkness. Embedded in Marlow's parlance is an ongoing metaphor equating light with knowledge and civility and darkness with mystery and savagery. When he begins his narrative, Marlow equates light and, therefore, civility, with reality, believing it to be a...
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  • Kill A Mockingbird Sin To Kill
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    Often the title of a piece of literature will have significant implications in terms of the theme of that book. In Arthur Millers The Crucible and Harper Lees To Kill a Mockingbird the title had significant implications on the books theme. By definition a crucible is a trying, or testing situation. When approaching the theme of The Crucible it is painfully obvious that Miller wanted the reader to see a parallel between the title and the theme. The theme being that when the screws are tightened i...
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  • Flowers For Algernon Mentally Handicapped
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    Flowers for Algernon By: Daniel Keyes By: Nick Kouvaras For: Giannakopoulos Date: 08 / 03 / 01 Eng 3 A 1 Flowers for Algernon By: Daniel Keyes JOURNAL ENTRY # 1 At the beginning of the novel, Charlie is like any other normal mentally handicapped adult, but there is one thing that separates him from the others which is the fact that he has motivation to learn how to read and write properly. He has been highly recommended by his teacher, Miss Kinnian, for a unique scientific operation, which incre...
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  • Viv Frank Social Standing Mrs
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    I think George Bernard Shaw was mocking the socialist opinions of the time regarding womens place in life. I also feel he was mocking people who believed that money was what made them a somebody. We see this many times in the play when Mrs. Warren preached to Vivie about the importance of financial well being. Not only to be able to support yourself, but to enable yourself to marry someone worthy, meaning someone who could afford you. Page 1734 we see Mrs. Warren defending her actions. Shes expl...
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  • Kill A Mockingbird Scout And Jem
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    To Kill a Mockingbird was written in 1960 by Harper Lee. Lee is a native of Alabama. This book reflects some of the attitudes and actions that still take place today. I took into consideration the fact that I am an African-American living in the South that does not know a whole lot about my Caucasian counterparts. A girl named Jean Louise Scout Finch told the story. She was a six-year-old whose best friend was her only and older sibling, Jeremy. I noticed that Jeremy took out a lot of time with ...
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  • Viv Frank Social Standing Mrs
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    I think George Bernard Shaw was mocking the socialist opinions of the time regarding womens place in life. I also feel he was mocking people who believed that money was what made them a somebody. We see this many times in the play when Mrs. Warren preached to Vivie about the importance of financial well being. Not only to be able to support yourself, but to enable yourself to marry someone worthy, meaning someone who could afford you. Page 1734 we see Mrs. Warren defending her actions. Shes expl...
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  • Indian Culture Indian Society
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    An Area of Criticism Naipaul s visit to India was the first time he returned to his roots and had a chance to examine his heritage. He writes of his journey and experiences in An Area of Darkness in great detail, at times seemingly mocking the Indian culture to a great degree. The extent of his criticism goes beyond mere ridicule, but points out severe problems at the core of Indian society. Through humor, Naipaul sustains his audience in amusement and causes the readers to open their eyes to a ...
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  • Kill A Mocking Bird Jem Scout
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    Kill A Mocking Bird? By Dave Thornton Exercise No. 11? To Kill A Mocking Bird? is a novel with many confronting issues though out and has been criticised as being? Irrelevant to the seniors of 2000 and beyond? . However, is this really true? I personally believe that this classic novel will be very relevant to them and many more, in years to come. Racism, bigotry, humanity, gossip, personality, sorrow and empathy are just a few of the many aspects that this classic novel delves into. Following a...
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  • Men And Women Twentieth Century
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    Ovid's Art of Love Rings True in the Twentieth Century It is a physical truth that the male and female sexes were made to fit together as counterparts. Animal corresponding parts come together to perform intercourse in order to regenerate a species. In nature there are hundreds of mating rituals and courting practices used when a male or female seeks a mate. Each pursuer looks for certain aspects of a potential mate. People analyze personal traits when looking for a mate, but the mating ritual i...
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  • Love For Rosaline Romeo And Juliet
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    Queens and Dreams, Real and Ideal A dream is a wish your heart makes, according to Cinderella. Are dreams and fairytales an idealistic notion, or are they actually conceivable? In the play, Romeo and Juliet, Romeos best companion, Mercutio makes a speech reflecting upon the essence of dreams and fantasy. Basically, it provides a brief comic relief through its mocking tone towards Romeos latest infatuation. Romeo is obsessed with Rosaline who barely knows of his existence. Mercutio gibes Romeo th...
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