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  • Archaic Greek Bacillus Odysseus And Agamemnon Troy
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    ... proper sovereignty. Before announcing his return, Odysseus, with the help of goddess Athena, cunningly disguises himself as a beggar to learn of life in Ithaka during his long absence. His patience pays off as he is able to cleverly plan and carry out the demise of the evil and wasteful in Book 22. However, his lust for revenge does not blind his good judgement. Odysseus, while slaying the suitors, is confronted by Phemios, the minstrel suitor, who pleads for forgiveness. Mercy, mercy on a s...
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  • Jane Austen Sister Cassandra
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    It is wrong to conclude that Jane Austen lived during an uneventful period in history. Her short life took place in the reign of George III and had several important events and changes as its background (Sherry 10) She is known for her witty and penetrating portrayals of provincial society (Austen). It is possible to understand, or misunderstand Jane Austen's works, for her art is such that one can only read on the surface and miss much of what exists underneath (Sherry 10). Jane Austen's life a...
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  • Greek Mythology Van Der
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    ... rst impulse is to bring Ellen back home. Her focus has changed from purely "godly" concerns to human concerns. Although previously she had been the first to condemn her, to cut her off from her allowance when she refused to divorce, she suddenly identifies and sympathizes with Ellen's plight. Something has changed in Catherine; she is now mortal. She invites Archer to her home, specifically denying May the invitation. Archer tells Catherine that she is handsome, but Catherine immediately use...
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  • Choral Ode Impending Doom
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    ... his opening speech. 7). Agamemnon's Arrival: o Agamemnon's first act upon arriving safely back in Argos is to praise the gods which is the correct thing to do; he does not boast and happily attributes his success to the drawn lots of the gods "First, with justice I salute my Argos and my gods, " and "we must thank the gods with a sacrifice our sons will long remember, " are good examples of this. o He goes on to portray the men of Greece as a lion lapping on the blood of kings, but he is not...
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  • Chorus Still Cannot Understand O The Chorus Clytaemnestra
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    ... n. o Cassandra elaborates her speech emphasizing the horrific actions of Clytaemnestra "the bedmate, the death mate, murder's strong right arm!" but the chorus cannot understand her because of the curse of Cassandra. o Her speech is broken and disjointed emphasising her emotions she foresees her own death next. The chorus still cannot understand her so she elaborates by giving further details of the Thiestes incident and then explains the origins of her gift: e. g. Lover of Apollo, she decei...
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  • Equal To Men Treatment Of Women
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    The classical age of Greek art spans the years from the end of the Persian Wars (479 B. C. ) to the death of Alexander the Great (323 B. C. ) During this period, standards were established that would dominate Western art until the emergence of modern art in the late nineteenth century. Greek drama and great poets like Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides gave huge expression to the rise of the individual through their awareness of human personality. Euripides was by far the most modern of these gr...
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  • Punishment Without Revenge By Lope De Vega
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    Punishment without Revenge by Lope de Vega Lope de Vega (1562 - 1635) is a Spanish dramatist. His play El casino sin ventana (Punishment without revenge) was written during his last years of life. This play is dedicated to problem of absolute despotism. It was written in 1631 and was put on stage only once in 1632 in Madrid theatre. The concept of this play was dedicated to social-political problems and was slightly veiled because it takes place outside Spain. The source of this play was one of ...
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  • House Of Atreus Immanuel Kant
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    The Role of Cassandra in the Oresteia Trilogy Out of timber so crooked as that from which man is made nothing entirely straight can be carved. Immanuel Kant, Crooked Timber of Humanity The character Cassandra in Aeschylus classic trilogy, The Oresteia, plays a small yet acutely important role in the advancement of the entire drama. Cassandra appears only in the first book, Agamemnon, but her prophetic visions and declarations concerning the House of Atreus ring true throughout the work, and prov...
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  • Eye For An Eye Seek Revenge
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    An eye for an eye seems to be a phrase that people will always live by. Any person that has wrong done to them seeks revenge and justice. If they dont take action than they at least have some thought of vengeance. Women, historically more than men, seem to abide by this saying. Greek tragedy is a perfect example of how women seek vengeance. Clytemnestra, Medea, and Antigone all seek revenge and justice to keep their pride and to prove themselves towards their foes and enemies. When a childs life...
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  • Totally Innocent Woman Killed Her Daughter Clytemnestra
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    Clytemnestra s role in Agamemnon. Agamemnon is a great Greek tragedy play. It s a story of the Trojan War, which lasted for ten years and greatly influenced the future. As true for any war, not only the men took part in it. Most of the women were somehow involved but each one from a different aspect of the war. Each woman brought her own unique perspective. Troy women such as Andromache, Briseis, Cassandra, Crest and more got to see the war first-hand. Others like Clytemnestra, Deidameia, Laodam...
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  • Daughter Of Zeus Greek Army
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    The Judgement of Paris According to the legend, the chain of events that led to the Trojan War started at a royal wedding. Peleus, king of the Myrmidons, was marrying a sea nymph named Thetis. Many gods went to the the wedding, but Eris, daughter of Zeus, king of the gods, wasnt invited because she was the goddess of discord and was going to cause trouble. Angry for not being invited, Eris decided to disrupt the wedding banquet. She threw a golden apple marked for the fairest among the guests. T...
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  • 19 Th Century Age Of Innocence
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    Edith Wharton's books are considered, by some, merely popular fiction of her time. But we must be careful not to equate popularity with the value of the fiction; i. e. , we must not assume that if her books are popular, they are also primitive. Compared to the works of her contemporary and friend, Henry James, whose books may seem complex and sometimes bewildering; Wharton's The Age of Innocence appears to be a simplistic, gossipy commentary of New York society during the last decade of the 19 t...
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  • Kill Her Husband Thirst For Revenge Clytaemestra
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    Into the Mind of the Noble Clytaemestra Born in 525 B. C. , Aeschylus was the earliest of the great tragic poets of Athens. He is commonly called the father of Greek tragedy. Tragedy and drama in the western world were born with Aeschylus, one of the greatest dramatists and poets of all time. He lived and wrote more than two millenniums ago in the city of Athens in Greece. He was completely a man of his century, and yet, because of this, his works have a special harmony, confident outlook, and a...
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  • Jane Austen Sister Cassandra
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    It is wrong to conclude that Jane Austen lived during an uneventful period in history. Her short life took place in the reign of George III and had several important events and changes as its background (Sherry 10) She is known for her witty and penetrating portrayals of provincial society (Austen). It is possible to understand, or misunderstand Jane Austen's works, for her art is such that one can only read on the surface and miss much of what exists underneath (Sherry 10). Jane Austen's life a...
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  • Jane Austen Sister Cassandra
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    It is wrong to conclude that Jane Austen lived during an uneventful period in history. Her short life took place in the reign of George III and had several important events and changes as its background (Sherry 1 She is known for her witty and penetrating portrayals of provincial society (Austen). It is possible to understand, or misunderstand Jane Austen's works, for her art is such that one can only read on the surface and miss much of what exists underneath (Sherry 10). Jane Austen's life and...
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  • Pride And Prejudice Sense And Sensibility
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    Jane Austen was born on December 16, 1774, in the tiny village of Steventon, where her father, the Reverend George Austen, served as the town rector. Her mother, Cassandra Leigh Austen, was the daughter of a rector herself, and Jane was the seventh of eight children. She had an older brother, George, who suffered from epilepsy and did not live with the family. Wealthy, childless relatives who were very involved with the boy throughout his childhood adopted the Austen s third son, Edward. The rem...
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  • Jane Austen Mansfield Park
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    First published in 1813, Pride and Prejudice has consistently been Jane Austen's most popular novel. It portrays life in the genteel rural society of the day, and tells of the initial misunderstandings and later mutual enlightenment between Elizabeth Bennet (whose liveliness and quick wit have often attracted readers) and the haughty Darcy. The title Pride and Prejudice refers (among other things) to the ways in which Elizabeth and Darcy first view each other. The original version of the novel w...
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  • Eye For An Eye Series Of Events
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    Humanity's Bloody Feud (On Oresteia Vengeance Humanity's Bloody Feud (On Aeschylus Oresteia) From the beginning of time vengeance or retribution has been part of the human condition. This is especially true in Aeschylus trilogy the Oresteia. One of the underlying themes in these works is Oculo pro oclc or an eye for an eye. According to the plays introduction by Richmond Lattimore, the history behind this blood feud of vengeance begins with Atreus and Thyestes. Atreus tricks his brother Thyestes...
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