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  • Good Hands Three Hours
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    William Shakespeare is undoubtedly the most celebrated playwright in history, but he is also the most severely criticized. Perhaps the play that has received the most criticism is his final, The Tempest. The Tempest has been disparaged for its lack of plot and tension, unparalleled amount of magic, myth and folklore contained within, and the lack of character strength. Many claim that Shakespeare's last attempt at the theater was futile, resulting in a mind-numbing play about nothing. Perhaps it...
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  • Stephano And Trinculo Example Of Caliban Prospero
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    The Tempest is not a pure fantasy tale, but a purposeful allegory. The characters in the play are all representative of characters found in the bible. The first, and perhaps most persuasive, arguement would be Prospero symbolizing God. Prospero is seen to be a representative of God for several reasons. First, he is obviously in control of the actions and has an omnipotent quality. This has been demonstrated by several scenes throughout the play. Consider the power that Prospero possesses, as sho...
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  • How Reliable Is The Narrator In Ethan Frome
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    I quote: I had the story, bit by bit, from various people, and, as generally happens in such cases, each time it was a different story. This opening paragraph encapsulates the main ideas of my presentation today. How reliable is the narrator in Edith Wharton's novel, Ethan Frome? Edith Wharton uses the narrators sketchy account of Ethan Frome's life to generate mystery and insecurity in the story. She uses the nameless engineer as a device to deliberately establish a feeling of uncertainty, as w...
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  • Context Of The Story Good Hands
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    The Epilogue of the Tempest by William Shakespeare is an excellent-if not the best-example of Shakespeare's brilliance. In 20 lines Shakespeare is able to write an excellent ending to his play, while speaking through his characters about Shakespeare's own life and career. Even more amazingly, he seamlessly ties the two together. In the context of the story Prospero's monologue makes perfect sense. He has lost his magical power, so his "charms are o'er thrown, and what strength [Prospero] have's ...
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  • The Legend Of Saint Joan Arc
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    Bernard Shaw's famous play Saint Joan recalls the legend of a young girl who leads her nation to an improbable victory against the English. Joan of Arc has since become a role model for girls and women everywhere as a woman who conquered seemingly indomitable odds in a world of men. But one must wonder: Would the legend of Saint Joan have the magnificence that it does had Joan not been burned when she was? Is the grandeur of the story of Joan of Arc found in her life or in her death? The first s...
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  • Men And Women Nature Of Life
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    ... de of their immediate dramatic context has the unfortunate tendency to immortalize a passage as some special insight into the nature of life when it is, in fact, quite the reverse. The speech of Jaques is, along with the advice of the Polonius to his son, the most famous example of this problem. Far from being a particularly mature earned insight into anything important, Jaques's speech is an indication of his limited and unwelcome sense of the unsatisfactory nature of life. The entrance of ...
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  • Outlook On Life Henry Higgins
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    Numerous times a piece of literature is changed into a movie or musical its plot and or theme has been changed to suit the directors thought of what would appeal to the public. One such example is Bernard Shaw's play Pygmalion. In this play Shaw's purpose and ideas were horribly misconstrued to the point at which he was forced to write an Epilogue to try to reconcile the injustice done to his masterpiece. In the Epilogue he bluntly expressed his points and purposes so that the ignorant public co...
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  • Russian Literature Of Anna Akhmatova
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    During Joseph Stalin's rule in Russia, many voices were silenced. If there was a piece of literature, news, or other such document that Stalin did not view appropriate to publish, it was not published. Stalin ran a totalitarian government in which he oversaw all public affairs. Since he had final say as to what the public was exposed to, nothing negative regarding him was published. Stalin also imprisoned many people for speaking out against him. He also sentenced several millions to death. One ...
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  • Female Characters York Routledge
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    ... bsp; theater characteristically calls idealization into question and foregrounds excess' (Belsey 92). Helen is both idealized and the pursuit of her excessive; hence she is unlikely to escape unscathed in a satirical treatment of the Trojan war. The contrast between the empowering masculinization of female characters and the paralyzing feminization of males make the latter more appropriate to a tragedy or a satire, the former more useful in comedy. Rosalind speaks several times in ways that ...
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  • Amp Quot Sixteenth Century
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    ... er issues arise. The play starts out with the typical stereotype. The women are considered weak, faith Ect... While the men are portrayed as strong and bold. This is a very common stereotype, which exists heavily today. Some form of this stereotype can be seen in almost any play, or movie for that matter. This play starts off by portraying the two main female characters of the play, Rosalind and Celia, as the typical stereotype. These girls seem very delicate, and faith. They are considered ...
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  • Three Hundred Years Tells The Audience
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    The distinguishing feature of all Shakespeare works is that all the parts of the masterpiece is with strong correlation of the entire the, e even thought they may tell about different points and principles. The scene described in The Tempest, in Act 5, scene 1, lines 33 - 57 is not an exception. I would say that this scene only strengthens the position of the author towards the characters shown throught the work. In general, The Tempest is a play within a play. The main character, Prospero is th...
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  • Presidential Elections Decision Making
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    Elections Presidential elections may well be the most studied topic in American political science. Still, although journalists have chronicled presidential campaigns from the inside (Theodore White's The Making of the President series still stands out as the best of this genre), there have been few scholarly accounts of how presidential campaigns are conducted. Similarly, while much attention has been paid to the different roles that a president plays, there has been little scholarship on how in...
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  • Context Of The Story Good Hands
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    The Tempest: Bringing It All Together The Epilogue of the Tempest by William Shakespeare is an excellent if not the best example of Shakespeare's brilliance. In 20 lines Shakespeare is able to write an excellent ending to his play, while speaking through his characters about Shakespeare's own life and career. Even more amazingly, he seamlessly ties the two together. In the context of the story Prospero's monologue makes perfect sense. He has lost his magical power, so his charms are overthrown, ...
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  • Handmaid Tale Historical Notes
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    Historical Notes on The Handmaid? s Tale? The Handmaid? s Tale by Margaret Atwood is an intriguing look into a darker one of infinite possibilities that our future as a country offers. The entire novel through the questions linger somewhere in the back of our minds, ? When if Offred writing this? Is she writing it? ? The origin of the novel is a mystery until the epilogue is read, and then some answers are presented, of course, many more arise, thus making the final sentence in the book both com...
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  • Moby Dick White Whale
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    Ahab Moby Dick Summary Ahab can sense by smell that Moby Dick is near. Climbing up to the main royal-mast head, Ahab spots Moby Dick and earns himself the doubloon. All the boats set off in chase of the whale. When Moby Dick finally surfaces, he stoves Ahab's boat. The whale is swimming too fast away from them and they all return to the ship. Saying that persistent pursuit of one whale has historically happened before, Ishmael comments that Ahab still desperately wants to chase Moby Dick though ...
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  • Emperor Of France Napoleon Bonaparte
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    The Fall Napoleon Essay Outline The Fall of Napoleon I. Introduction: Napoleon Bonaparte was one of the most powerful men ever to walk the face of the earth. He was France s best general, and overthrew the Directory in 1799 and monopolized power. He ruled France until 1815. Some thought him to be a great reformer. Others thought that he was a monster. However, friend and foe alike could both agree on one thing. By 1812 Napoleon had expanded the territory of France all over Europe including Spain...
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  • Wrong Doings Story
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    An Injustice For All In Sonata Allegro Form Wideman? s quotation from Brothers and Keepers could be interpreted to say a number of different things. The interpretation I could make is no person could explain the reason things are the way they are in life. In trying to come up with a logical answer they dwell on it and it becomes even more confusing. Afterwards they settle upon the conclusion that things happen for a reason and not in any kind of order. Wideman also claims that people do not have...
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  • Good Hands Shakespeare Prospero
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    Prospero s epilogue at the conclusion of The Tempest provides interesting parallels to its author s life. Written near the end of his career, numerous scholars suggest that it is Shakespeare s written farewell. Just as Shakespeare sculpts a world from nothing, Prospero authors the events on the island. Prospero s monologue flows naturally with they story and provides a natural ending to the work. He describes the loss of his magical power at the beginning of his monologue when he says, My charms...
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  • Joan Of Arc Saint Joan
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    Bernard Shaw? s famous play Saint Joan recalls the legend of a young girl who leads her nation to an improbable victory against the English. Joan of Arc has since become a role model for girls and women everywhere as a woman who conquered seemingly indomitable odds in a world of men. But one must wonder: Would the legend of Saint Joan have the magnificence that it does had Joan not been burned when she was? Is the grandeur of the story of Joan of Arc found in her life or in her death? The first ...
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  • Edgar Lee Masters American Dream
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    Spoon River Anthology The Spoon River Anthology, written by Edgar Lee Masters in 1915, was a unique piece of work in both style and structure. There are over two hundred? stories? told by the dead people who once lived in the town of Spoon River. The lives and dreams of these people are written as poems. The poetry itself is an excellent example of early modernist style. Since there are many people from many different backgrounds, and even different generations, (There are examples of Old Englis...
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