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Angel
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...angel like qualities and characteristics are interrupted. The characters in this story are immersed into a world of irony which changes their fate forever... ?Irony and the fragility of life A very old man with Enormous Wings" by Gabriel Garcia All of our humanity is frail. We crave security and comfort. Without comfort, the world around us because a war zone. It is hard to trust people we do not know and even those we are familiar with, those closest to us can betray us. Because life is so full of ironies, we seem to live our lives with expectations and with the understanding that things may not go the way it was planned. In "A very old man with Enormous Wings" by Gabriel Garcia, we see that his angel...
angel response
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...Angel’s response I total agree with angel analysis of the story, the main character analysis is on point and very informing. Joe undergoes a series of related issues and he is left with no choice but to employ his detective skills; and all these he has to do in order to save lives. Jim analysis is also very informing and his contribution to the story’s plot is noted. Jim being younger and leaving his girlfriend enlightens him and when he teams up with Joe we find him being his side kick.... Information In the story “The Lady with the pet Dog” by Anton Chekhov, we find a story of love between two soul mates, Gurov and Anna. Gurov strikes us as the main character in the story developing most of its theme. ...
Tess of the d'Urbervilles: A Pure Woman
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...Tess’s marriage to Angel Clare is restricted because she is not a virgin. One considers that in this situation the punitive emphasis is placed on Tess rather than on Alec, indicating Victorian society is highly patriarchal, much in the way a number of contemporary Middle Eastern cultures operate. Tess’s recognition of her oppressive condition constitutes the next stage in her transition from purity and innocence to sexuality and worldliness. While Tess had previously hoped for a marriage and sound existence, she now recognizes that the plight of the woman in modern society is one of profound oppression. The text notes, “With the impulse of a soul who could feel for kindred sufferers as much... ?Tess of...
Explore Hardy's use of Nature in Tess of the D'Urbervilles
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...angel that why it has deserted the innocent woman to be seduced by a vagabond. The novel states that the nature too is over darkened at this night by the seduction of this innocent girl. But the writer in no way establishes that her purity is lost. She still represents the nature with its purity and beauty. The death her newborn baby seems to be affected in the nature by projecting the sorrow it carries through the birds and trees. The life of Tess and her sufferings are reflected in the nature. When she comes back to village from Trantidge the nature seems to be bit different from the earlier condition. She finds nature as a thing where every human sin and morality is dissolved... ?The Nature in Tess of ...
Margaret Laurence's "The Stone Angel"
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...Angel: Symbol of False Pride and Dignity Margaret Laurence's, "The Stone Angel" recounts thetragic, metaphorical journey of Hagar Shipley. Within the novel, we see Hagar as the classic tragic hero with flaws derived from a sense of false pride and dignity. Throughout her life, Hagar must endure the guilt of her mother's death giving her birth, to the death of a brother and the deaths respectively of a loveless, selfish husband, Brampton, and her youngest son John. The stone angel was erected by Hagar's father as "my mother's angel that my father bought in pride to mark her bones and proclaim his dynasty" (3). The stone angel stood as a sentinel with "sightless eyes... Margaret Laurence's The Stone...
Hagar in The Stone Angel
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...Angel The novel “The Stone Angel” by Margaret Lawrence is an interesting piece of literary work. The protagonist of the novel is a ninety years old woman who refuses to adjust herself according to the circumstances. Her stubborn nature takes the story till the end where she dies in the hospital bed unchanged. The Stone Angel is a tragic tale of an uncompromising woman. According to the tradition of tragic plays set by Aristotle, a tragic tale must deal with a great man such as a king who has a tragic flaw. This tragic flaw appears from a weakness in his nature, which eventually takes him to his downfall. On various occasions the hero of a tragedy is given opportunities to overcome... Hagar in The Stone...
Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles and George Eliot's Adam Bede
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...Tess was about to endure. She gets raped, her child Sorrow dies, Angel leaves her and her father dies, and it is again the extreme poverty that leads to their family from being thrown out of the house. Once again, she is forced to become mistress to Alec, leading to the ultimate tragedy of the story. On a deeper look, Eliot's Adam Bede is also a novel that reflects certain similarities in terms of the social set up. As Tess, the female protagonist of the novel, Hetty Sorrel belongs to the working class of the society. She gets attracted... ?Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles and George Eliot's Adam Bede Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urbervilles: A Pure Woman and George Eliot's AdamBede are two of...
The Stone Angel Hagars objective moment
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...Angel. Manitoba, Canada: McClelland and Stewart. 1964. Book.... Stone Angle, Hagar’s objective moment The Stone Angle was first published in 1964 and was written by a Canadian Margaret Laurence. It isdeclared to be the best novel from Canada till date. Hagar Shipley is the main character. The story unfolds in the form of a narrative. Hagar Shipley was a very proud woman. Her life takes her from a childhood in prairies to her marriage and raising her two sons, from a life of wealth to being poor and unimportant. Despite all mishaps, Hagar Shipley remains a fighter. In the book where she is narrating the story as a 90 years old who is to be taken to a nursing home, and who wants to get a grip of life once ...
Victorian literature Jane Eyre, Tess of the D'Urbervilles and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall
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...Tess. Although Tess repeatedly spurns Alec's overtures, Alec eventually has his way, sexually, with Tess, by raping her. Tess gives birth to his child, although the child lives only a few weeks. Tess eventually leaves her village to make a new start, encountering Angel Clare, who she had met briefly before. Angel and Tess begin a courtship, and Angel asks Tess to marry him, thinking Tess to be a virgin. Tess allows him to think this, although she considers telling him about Alec, and the two marry with Alec laboring under the belief that Tess is a virgin. Alec confesses to Tess on their wedding night that he had an affair with an older woman, so Tess opens up about... ?Introduction The Tenant of Wildfell ...
A Letter to The Angel of Death
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...Angel of Death Dear Angel of Death, Sometimes I feel that you are so cruel to take the lives of our dear ones, but my second thought pursues me to think rationally. I am sure you are doing your duty and finishing the tasks assigned to you by the higher authorities in the world, which remains a mystery to many earthlings like me. I also understand and acknowledge the fact that all living bodies in this world have a fixed life span, after which they need to return to their respective places in heaven or hell. To summarize my thoughts, I believe that death is the greatest fact of life. However, although the above rational thinking gives me the courage to look at death in a constructive... A letter to the...
analysis of an Angel Island poem
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...Angel Island Poem Many writings and carvings in various languages were discovered on the walls of the Angel Immigration Station, ranging from simple carvings to complex writings awaiting translation and comprehension today. Between 1910 and 1940, San Francisco witnessed the proliferation of Chinese immigrants with at least 175,000 immigrants arriving to earn a living in America (Lai, Lim, and Yung 28). The problems posed to the country owing to increased arrival of Chinese immigrants were unforeseen. Subsequently, it led to the restriction of Chinese immigration, especially by Angel Island where the carvings and writings of Chinese immigrants were discovered. It is apparent... the carvings...
The Angel of Death and the Sculptor
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...Angel of Death and the Sculptor Laura Torres Art 21032 Handy Introduction The ability to make a statement and expression which pertains to a time period is one of the concerns of many artists. This provides insight into the historical components and makes statements which link to the belief systems, historical relationships and culture of a given region. When looking at “The Angel of Death and the Sculptor” from the Milmore Memorial, made by Daniel Chester French (1850-1913), there is a direct relationship to the cultural and religious beliefs of the time. The sculpture is able to portray and reflect expressions which are associated... ? Representations of Culture through Artistic Expressions: The Angel...
Growing a business strategy for Coffee Angel
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...Angel Business Analysis Coffee Angel Business Analysis Background to Business Coffee Angel is a coffee and meals business run by Chris Lynch who has been working in the Hospitality industry for a long time. Since the formation of the company, two and half years ago, the reception has been good and he is looking for further growth opportunities to expand the company to new destinations. The coffee shop is located at 24-27 Brandon Terrace, Edinburgh, EH3 5DZ. History The entrepreneur behind the start of Coffee Angel is Chris Lynch who is a 29 year old male. He is married and has a comfortable life owning his house, hence has a good rating with the banks and can be able to access funds... from...
The Stone Angel/ Jason Currie's pride
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...Angel/ Jason Currie's pride One of the most renowned of Margaret Laurence’s series of novels set in the fictitious town of Manawaka, The Stone Angel (1964) is noted for its depiction of the major theme, i.e. pride, through its major characters, such as Hagar and Jason Currie. In this greatly acclaimed Canadian novel, the novelist is greatly effective in presenting the most prevailing theme of pride through the characterization, and almost all the characters in the novel including Hagar, John, Bram, Jason, and Lottie represent pride in themselves, their accomplishments and their families. Whereas Hagar exhibits her pride in her heritage and Bram in his horses, we can clearly make out... ?The Stone Angel/...
re- write a Silent Movie- Blue Angel.
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...Angel The Blue Angel is a German movie produced in 1930. It was directed by Josef Von Sternberg and written by Karl Volllmoller, Carl Zuckmayer, and Robert Liebmann. Marlene Dietrich and Emil Jannings along with Kurt Gerron starred in the film. The producer shot the film in English and German simultaneously in nineteen thirty three. The film starts with squeaks of chicken and geese loitering in a street at a shopping center. A female cleaning a window pane in a shop that contains a photo of Marlene Dietrich referred to as Lola in the movie comes next. The woman imitates Lola’s shape on the poster by posing in a similar way. The main character is Emil Jannings who is referred... identifies...
Evil And Angel Nature Of Human Being.
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...angel nature of human being is an ancient pondering. Different philosophical schools of thoughthave explicated their views in varied approaches. It is normally believed that human beings are created having good and bad characteristics at the same time. The prominent characteristics are identified by the environment in which an individual is nurtured. Nevertheless sometimes nature takes over the nurture but it happens seldom. The most observed and admitted phenomenon is stated by the impact of after birth growth, environment and nurture. This clearly implies the fact that both of the paths are primarily inducted in human nature but the prominent one is influenced... ? Introduction The debate of evil and...
Luis Angel Perez v. The New York and Presbyterian Hospital
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...Angel Perez V. The New York and Presbyterian Hospital Insert Insert s The court’s decision is due at the hospital violates Title VII; The hospital prefers hiring bilingual English/Spanish-speakers for the Mental Health Workers as the patients in the Psychiatric Unit include approximately 30% monolingual Spanish-speaking and 50% who are bilingual. The plaintiff was frequently asked to translate to Spanish speaking patients who were not having the ability to communicate in English. Plaintiff’s allegations that his nursing supervisors had used ethnic slurs and had engaged in conduct denigrating him because of his origin was unprofessional as well as mocking patients with...
analysis report of Bernini's Angel with Crown of Thorns
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...Angel with the Crown of Thorns ______________ ID # ____________ Page of Contents Introduction …………………………………………… Page 3 Identity Information …………………………………………… 3 Description on initial observation …………………………… 3 Description based on research. …………………………… 4 Description based on design elements used …………………… 6 Intent and interpretation …………………………… 7 Art historical style. …………………………………… 7 Personal Assessment …………………………………… 9 List of Illustration Sources …………………………………… 10 References …………………………………………… 12 Analysis report of Berninis Angel with Crown of Thorns Introduction. The Passions of the Christ have been represented in numerous ways and styles... and in various...
The Ellis Island of the West: Angel Island
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...Angel Island Historical background The story of the Angel Island as a processing station for hundreds of thousands of immigrants coming from the Pacific Ocean, is an ambiguous page of the American history that can teach a lot about the past, present and future. The place does not represent simply numerous obstacles that immigrant had to face just to enter the territory of the US, but rather has more profound historical significance. It is a symbol of how the nation of freedom and hope discriminated against a specific ethnic group through various methods from legislation to physical violence. As documented by Harper’s Weekly in the XIX century American society considered... The Ellis Island of the West:...
Analysis & Critique of The "Third Angel Book" by Alice Hoffman
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...Angel” Book by Alice Hoffman Introduction: The Third Angel is a novel comprised of three stories that are tied together in a series of inter-related events taking place in London’s Lion Park Hotel. The first story revolves around Maddy Heller who comes to London to attend her sister’s wedding and eventually she feels herself drawn to her sister’s fiance named Paul. The events for the first story are taking place in year 1999. The second story begins in the year 1966 which orbits around the life of Frieda (Paul’s mother). Her story mixed with the flavor of love narrates her affection and admiration for a drug-addicted rock star engaged to someone else and staying... ? Analysis &Critique of “The Third...
The Ellis Island of the West: Angel Island
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...Angel Island Historical background The story of the Angel Island as a processing station for hundreds of thousands of immigrants coming from the Pacific Ocean, is an ambiguous page of the American history that can teach a lot about the past, present and future. The place does not represent simply numerous obstacles that immigrant had to face just to enter the territory of the US, but rather has more profound historical significance. It is a symbol of how the nation of freedom and hope discriminated against a specific ethnic group through various methods from legislation to physical violence. As documented by Harper’s Weekly in the XIX century American society considered... ?The Ellis Island of the West:...
FILM STUDIES- remake of a silent german movie: blue angel.
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...Angel The Blue Angel is a German movie made in 1930, directed by Josef Von Sternberg, and written by Karl Volllmoller, Carl Zuckmayer, and Robert Liebmann. Marlene Dietrich along with Emil Jannings and Kurt Gerron starred in the film. The film was shot in English and German simultaneously in nineteen thirty three. The film starts with squeaks of chicken and geese loitering in a street marketplace. A female cleaning a window pane in a shop that contains a photo of Marlene Dietrich referred to as Lola in the movie follows this. Lola’s poster makes the woman to imitate the shape by posing in a similar way. The main character in the film, Emil Jannings called Professor Rath in the movie... ? The Blue Angel...
Compare and Contrast : "The Lover of Horses by Tess Gallagher and "The Misfits" by Arthur Miller
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...Tess Gallagher and “The Misfits” by Arthur Miller Table of Contents Introduction 3 Genre 4 Plot 4 Characterization 6 Dramatic Element: Initiation, Denouement, Falling Action and Resolution 7 Style of Writing: Use of Literary Devices, Symbolism and Irony 8 Point of View 9 Conclusion 9 References 10 Introduction Timeless creations are always beyond comparisons. Yet sometimes literary productions are compared based on myriad parameters abased on the aesthetic presentation and technical use of those pieces. Tess Gallagher is a renowned poet and “The Lover of Horses” is the first collection of short stories from the poet. This collection of the stories... Compare and Contrast “The Lover of Horses” by Tess...
Risk Study : Hiking at Bright Angel Trail, Grand Canyon National Park
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...Angel Trail- Grand Canyon National Park Risk Study Report: Hike at Bright Angel Trail- Grand Canyon National Park Introduction Risk assessment is one of the most strategic tools employed to understand the potential loss or harm that a certain activity that is completed in an uncertain environment would impact an organization. Such assessment helps in understanding the potential harm that may befall an activity, the probability of the harm occurring and its magnitude (Vasquez, Regens, and Gunter, 2006:947). As any organizations, risk assessment is very essential for touring companies as they are mainly the ones who ensure the safety of the touring clients... in an adverse and challenging...
Question: Jeremy is a practical joker who likes to scare his friends. He invited Tess and Annie to dinner at his house and, dre
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...Tess did not suffer from any harm for the act of Jeremy. As this act lacks mens rea, it would not amount to a crime. But in law it could be a civil wrong known as tort. Paradoxically, Jeremy’s act falls under the category of intentional tort in that an unintended harm (except as a practical joke) becomes an intentional tort. In this context, it was once considered that mere words could not amount to assault as was observed in R v... ?Advise Jeremy of his liability Jeremy’s act has resulted in Annie’s suffering a heart attack though she has fully recovered after six weeks of stay in a hospital. Jeremy did not seriously intend to harm her but because of her weak heart, Annie suffered given the fact that...
Research the histories of Ellis Island and Angel Island as they relate to immigration history. In a well-developed essay, compare and contrast what occurred in these two locations. What goes on at these places today?
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...Angels Island: Entrances to America United s of America is known as land of opportunities. The nation earned thisreputation because in comparison with the Europe, it had a comparative younger history and enterprise was welcomed with open arms. This resulted as an opportunity for the population worldwide to come and seek prosperity in the country. The influx of people continues towards America even today, but today immigration would be viewed in a different light. Immigration is not an easy decision for both the parties. It is very difficult for a society to accept people who come from a different culture, upbringings, values etc. Similarly for an immigrant it becomes... Comparison of Ellis Island and...
Argument analysis on a critics essay on tess of the D'Urbervilles or Dracula
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... The Unseen Dracula In Carol Senf’s “Dracula: The Unseen Face in the Mirror,” the argues that anexamination of Bram Stoker’s narrative technique reveals a number of similarities between the ‘good’ characters of the book and the ‘evil’ of Dracula. Senf begins her argument by refuting what most people think they know about the novel based upon the movies. She points out that most of the action in the novel does not take place in the romanticized Transylvanian castles and countryside of the films, but instead takes place within the streets and sights of nineteenth century London. In addition, Senf illustrates how the narrative style, pieced together through the common literature... The Unseen Dracula In ...
Literary works comment on society
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...Tess participates in Cerealia, a festival for the Goddess of the Harvest (Chapter II). However, Angel represents a higher form of culture, which has transcended religion and found bleak cynicism, and for a while Tess adheres to his views: she tells him that “I thought as you thought – not for any reasons of my own, but because you thought so” (Chapter LVIII). Unfortunately they promise too little hope for a woman whose life was wrecked by one man's violence, which remains an issue of atheism today... ?Religion and Tess of the d'Urbervilles Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles (1891) is a novel in which larger forces conspire against the sympathetic main character to create an emotive and tightly-crafted...
Compare and Contrast Wilde and Hardy's Presentation of the Fallen Woman
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...Tess than Wilde because of the systematic way he shows her suffering. First, Tess is in a relationship that she expects to work out, but has a secret that when revealed can destroy the relationship. Hardy explains the way Alec got hold of Tess while in the woods and molested her without caring about the consequences2. Hardy could have chosen to minimize the suffering for this woman, but instead adds on more. Angel, Tess partner, leaves for Brazil on realizing that she was raped leaving her without somebody to nurse her wounded heart. Tess... ? A FALLEN WOMAN Introduction Both Wilde and Hardy present elevation of social status as something to aspire to. Characters in both pieces have the will to strive so ...
Victorian Literature
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...Tess, Jane Eyre and Tenant. Whereas in Tess, the woman in question was perhaps more sexually free than other women of the age, and the women in Jane Eyre and The Tenant of Wildfeld Hall defied the conventions of the age by leaving a husband (as in Tenant) or marrying on one’s own terms (as in Jane), the women in these novels still did, in their way, stay with the parameters set by society for them. After all, each of them did marry – Tess married Angel Claire, although this marriage did not last long. Jane married Rochester, and that union was a happy one. Helen leaves her husband, then ends up married... The Woman Who Did In the Woman Who Did by Grant Allen, the portrayal of women is different from...
The Woman Who Did
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...Tess, Jane Eyre and Tenant. Whereas in Tess, the woman in question was perhaps more sexually free than other women of the age, and the women in Jane Eyre and The Tenant of Wildfeld Hall defied the conventions of the age by leaving a husband (as in Tenant) or marrying on one’s own terms (as in Jane), the women in these novels still did, in their way, stay with the parameters set by society for them. After all, each of them did marry – Tess married Angel Claire, although this marriage did not last long. Jane married Rochester, and that union was a happy one. Helen leaves her husband, then ends up married... ?The Woman Who Did In the Woman Who Did by Grant Allen, the portrayal of women is different from...
Compare/Contrast Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy, George Eliot
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...Tess makes, the more it seems that she is constantly involving herself in situations in which she would rather not take part. However, Tess does, sometimes, seem to learn from her mistakes and attempts to not fall back into them. Moreover, it is very interesting to observe the loss of innocence that Tess acquires throughout the novel benefits her in the end. She is a stronger individual and more capable of handling the consequences of her actions. We can see this as she addresses her husband, Angel Clare, after she had committed one of her blunders: "If you would come, I could die in your arms! I would be well content to do that if so be you had... Topic: Compare/Contrast Charles Dickens,...
social and governmental environmental of business
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...Tess can file suit against, JP Morgan Chase Manhattan bank, for sex discrimination. Employees claim this common discrimination, about companies’ ways of dressing of respective gender. That is particularly so, when employers have dressing rules, for each gender and are perceived by employees of a gender, as singling them out. The courts usually do not let employers get away with setting up or implementing dress codes in ways that deliberately discriminate, based on sex. Tess may file a discrimination charge with a State Equivalent. (Bender-Baird 75) However, sex discrimination is illegal thus; the courts normally defend employers’ rights to set up...
Legalization Of Prostitution
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...Tess of the DUrbervilles, Hardy paints a different picture of a ruined maid where Tess, seduced and betrayed by an aristocratic libertine, is inevitably driven towards her ultimate destruction” (Bartley 1). Many families on the lower economic strata saw nothing wrong with forcing a daughter into prostitution, and many domestics, immigrants, with no money or seduced and abandoned by their rich lovers, saw no other option. (Bullough 243). On the question of should prostitution be legal, and despite Sanger’s rather dire findings, he remained... and number Prostitution: The Case for Legalization When most people make a mental list of professions, prostitution is not one that automatically comes to mind....
Sex and Sexuality
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...Tess of the Durbervilles' http://www.lit.org/view/11529 Browning, Elizabeth Barrett. NNDB - Tracking the Whole World http://www.nndb.com/people/036/000031940/ 17 May 2006. Browning, E.B.,1856. Aurora Leigh MAYA Put your book details in here Browning, R., 1836-42. Porphyria's Lover - Text of Poem from the Victorian Web... 1. English Lit: How Sex and Sexuality are Portrayed and Explored in Porphyria's Lover, by Robert Browning, The French Lieutenant'sWoman, by John Fowles and Aurora Leigh by Elizabeth Barrett Browning Before examining the way in which these issues are explored and presented in these two literary pieces, it is necessary to put them into the context of the time and place in which they...
Knight Guys Finish Last
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...Tess was nearing the end of her patience as she ate lunch in a pleasant caf with her closest friends. Daniel was ruining her when she ought to have been enjoying herself. He wasn't doing anything nasty. He was just being Daniel: the occasional, wistful gaze in her direction, opening doors, pulling out chairs. She felt as though she were being stalked by Sir Galahad. A couple of months ago, Tess was comfortable with the relationship but he started messaging her and giving her compliments, despite her repeated hints. Why wouldn't he realise that she didn't want a knight in shining... KNIGHT GUYS FINISH LAST Sometimes all he needs is a chance to prove himself Sometimes you need to give him that chance Tess ...
Character of Mrs. Hutchinson in the Lottery
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...Tess Hutchinson in this paper. THE LOTTERY SYSTEM As we read the short story, we understand that the term, 'lottery' is not that which is associated... CHARACTER OF MRS. HUTCHINSON IN THE LOTTERY INTRODUCTION 'The Lottery' is a marvellous short story written by Shirley Jackson. It was first published in The New Yorker on June 26, 1948. Despite its beautiful narration, the story is filled with haunting imagery expressed in a terrible way. It throws light on the faults of the traditional ritualistic system. On the whole the story beautifully exhibits the patriarchal system of the village and the brutality it thrusts on the people. With this small introduction, I would like to focus on the character of...
A comparative study of the theme of freedom versus constraint in The French Lieutenants Woman and Emily Dickinsons Selected Poems. In the course of your writing show how your ideas have been illuminated by your response to Cal and other readings of
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...Tess of the dURbervilles on which it was based, takes for its premise the absurd idea that a woman who has had sex before marriage is unclean and worthy of nothing except being shunned. As Dickinson lived at the time recorded in The French Lieutenants Wife, this gender judgment affected her in life. Part of the reason that so few of her poetry was published during her lifetime (fewer than a dozen of her several... The Struggle for Freedom in The French Lieutenants Woman, Cal, and Selected Poems The French Lieutenants Woman, Cal and Emily Dickinsons Selected Poems are, superficially, three substantially different texts. The first two were written by privileged twentieth-century men, both of whom became...
Enrichment
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...Angel Island were two important immigration gateways for the people who left their own country for a better future in the land of hope and dreams- United States of America. These islands though were very different from each other. Ellis Island was generally a quick stopover for people on their onward journey whereas Angel Island was used, to delay and impede the entry of immigrants, a majority of whom were Chinese and South Asians. Angel Island processed immigrants of great racial diversity and treated them differently depending upon their race, class and gender. It challenged America’s notion of an immigrant nation. It reflected... Enrichment Order No. 278884 No. of pages 1st 6530 Ellis Island and...
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...Angel Miriam Schapiro’s artworks incorporated drawings that depicted women empowerment through figurative elements (National Museum 1). Completed in 1987, the Blue Angel painting is among Miriam Schapiro’s masterpiece artworks. Blue Angel features the portrait of a woman seated on a chair. She is dressed in blue and white with stockings high above her knees into her thighs. She also has a white cap that covers her hair. She wears a mini dress that barely goes down beyond her knee-height. Her posture is similar to a super model. This merges well with her attire and dress code choice. The portrait is staring sharply at an imaginary audience as if seeking attention. The principal... Miriam Schapiro: Blue...
The prevention and reform of prostitution in Victorian England
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...angel in the house” who served and saved the family from rough capitalist world2(Self 26).The ‘pure women’ ideology was the product of quasi-religious sentiments. She was considered to be a symbolic confirmation and true representation of Christian faith and a served as taster of heavenly love and bliss (Trudgill 28). Conversely, working-class women with her red hands and muscular arms, was considered to be sexually available and approachable for men.3Working-class women was never a part of private sphere, therefore, social construction of marriage and prostitution drove... ?Your The prevention and reform of prostitution in Victorian England With the expansion of Victorian Empire, economic insecurity and ...
Short Story
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...angels and real figures. Daily details of human lives are combined with invented and magic factors of unreal world. Fantasy is combined with reality and a question appears: what are the magic possibilities presented in this story of magic realism? Whether the Angel is the inspirer of people? Firstly, it should be noted that there is no need to concentrate on reality of the events. It is better to open the minds of readers to new opportunities and creative triggers. It is even impossible to claim whether this angel... “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings’’ "A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings’’ is the reflection of relations between real and divine worlds. Gabriel Garcia Marquez introduces the images of...
A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings
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...angels and real figures. Daily details of human lives are combined with invented and magic factors of unreal world. Fantasy is combined with reality and a question arises: what are the magic possibilities presented in this story of magic realism, whether the Angel is the inspirer of people. Firstly, it should be noted that there is no need to focus on reality of the events. It is better to open the minds of readers to new opportunities and creative triggers... . It is even impossible to claim whether this angel is real or not, or from which world he has come from. Common people are unable to meet with the miracle and when they have this magic opportunity they even do not know...
Media assignment
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...Tess McGill, who spends her days commuting to work with a bevy of other women, all working as secretaries or receptionists in the city. When she discovers that her boss was only pretending to support her dream of entering the executive level in order to use her as a sexual plaything, she gets another job working under a female executive, Katherine Parker. Parker seems highly successful, very supportive of bringing more women like Tess into the executive level and is highly confident of her own abilities. This understanding that a woman can make a success in the upper levels of the company... Lessons for the Working Girl A great deal of how we view the world and ourselves is based on what we...
case study
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...Angel, a six year old female, has been reported to have a fear of needles or medical procedures, which gravely affects her health because of her congenital, insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. The fear started only yesterday, when Angel started to refuse violently the insulin shot to be given by her mother. Not wanting to hurt their daughter further or to cause any complications from her diabetes, the couple immediately brought Angel to the hospital. The attending physician decided to put her to sleep by administering sedative. Not wanting to give sedative... CASE PROFILE A couple, as advised by their child’s attending physician, consulted a psychologist regarding the condition of their daughter. Angel, ...
Psychological Problems
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...Angel, asix year old female, has been reported to have a fear of needles or medical procedures, which gravely affects her health because of her congenital, insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. The fear started only yesterday, when Angel started to refuse violently the insulin shot to be given by her mother. Not wanting to hurt their daughter further or to cause any complications from her diabetes, the couple immediately brought Angel to the hospital. The attending physician decided to put her to sleep by administering sedative. Not wanting to give sedative... ?CASE PROFILE A couple, as advised by their child’s attending physician, consulted a psychologist regarding the condition of their daughter. Angel, ...
Employment law - employment rights
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...Tess has been employed at Dolby for two and a half years, under the contract of an agency, which in turn has a contract with the end user, she is considered to be employed by neither the agency nor the hospital. If we can establish that she is an employee and not just an agency worker, then she can file a claim. How can we reclassify her status "Mutuality of obligation is one of the determining factors in establishing employment status, but one sided obligation is not sufficient, The emphasis is on mutuality of obligation, a one- sided obligation is not sufficient to establish an individuals status as an employee". (Landwell) As the statement explicitly states... Employment Law...
short story essay: A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings
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...angel like old man, his incomprehensible language makes them believe that the old man is a castaway (García, 32). Later on, Pelayo locks the old man in a chicken coop before sending him on a raft the following day to his fate. This was after Father Gonzaga establishes that the man is not an angel since he cannot understand Latin. Additionally, the angel has many... A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings The story begins when the rains have been pounding for three straight days. On a different scenario, Pelayo and Elisenda’s kid are sick due to the reek of the crabs. As the story continues, an old sickly man who has enormous wings is discovered on the shore. As the couple tries to communicate with the angel ...
Getting Started with a Poem
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...Tess Gallagher: Under Stars Initially, I took it as a lonely female who was missing someone and longed for his or her presence. “I will think of you, you who are so far away you have caused me to look up at the stars”. It seemed like a romantic poem about lovers. However, when read a second time, it is apparent that the woman has a romantic affair. “I will think of you, you who are so far away”, means that she is thinking about another lover who is far way, yet she is with her husband. 2 a. First person narration is evident using the word ‘I’, for instance, “Now I will walk back”. b. Negative capability is evident in the poem because it remains unclear and uncertain. c....
Free write 6
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...Tess Gallagher share a style of writing whereby the speaker continuously uses the first person narration to connect directly with the reader while communicating the different themes existing in both poems. The setting of the poems is shared; both poems are set in a rural home but the tone in the poems is different. The tone in ‘choices is soothing/caring while that in ‘Under the stars’ is loneliness. Suitable planning requires an analysis of the themes in the poem, how they compare and contrast and how the styles used supports the subject matter of the poems. Reading the two poems together gives insight... ‘Choices’ and ‘Under the Stars’ The two poems, ‘Choices’ and ‘Under the Stars’ by Tess Gallagher...
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