Compare & Contrast 2 stories of similar theme: 26 Monkeys, Also the Abyss by Kij Johnson and The Star by Arthur C. Clarke
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...Arthur C. Clarke. He narrates the important discovery of a Jesuit astrophysicist, which shakes his faith in God. During his travels in space... ? English The science fiction short story 26 Monkeys, Also the Abyss is written by Kij Johnson. It is about a woman called Aimee who is the owner of a tribe of monkeys since three years. These mammals can perform several tricks including pulling off a vanishing act. They climb into a perfectly ordinary bathtub and when it is lowered, they disappear! No one, including Aimee knows how or where they go, but they do return back to the tour bus where they live, occasionally with a few foreign objects in hand. Yet another story from the same genre is: The Stars by Sir...
Write a dialogue in which John Hick, the astro-physicist priest (lets call him Father Tom) from Arthur C. Clarkes The Star, the Devil,
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...Arthur Clarke (Rabkin, 1980). The narrator: Hello, Father Tom… (I was stretching my hands to greet him). Good evening! John Hick: My evening is fine … how about you? (He stretches his right hand to meet mine in a greeting. I realized that the lines on his face symbolized one who is deeply troubled by some questions he could not find answers to. So I interjected to help him think aloud about his woes). The narrator: Father… why are you in the outside? I thought it would be fine if you were inside the room so that this candle could... The Problem of Evil: a Dialogue Number Scene I: John Hicks’ Residence The story begins in one Thursdayevening, during the mid-1950s English society. It is after sunset...
World Literature Bachelor Essay
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...Arthur Clarke and Edmond Hamilton. "Ray Bradbury is one of those rare... World Literature The chosen by me as the manager of the Manuscript Search workgroup for Hard Cover Literature Publishing are four famous science fiction writers who are tightly connected with Hard Cover Literature Publishing. The authors are frequently influenced by the society in which they live or the times and events within their life spans. The examples of these successful writers, their life, works, their devotion to literature and great success they achieved can be good examples for our young authors who just begin their way of writing and self-acceptance in literature. These authors are Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov,...
Reaction Paper to Clarke's The Influence of Arthur A. Schomburg on My Concept of Africana Studies
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...Clarke’s the Influence of Arthur A. Schomburg on My Concept of Africana Studies Synopsis The article by John Clarke talks about the influence of Arthur A. Schomburg with regards to John Clarke’s view and knowledge of African history. Arthur, in the article, is presented as the antecedent of the African American Studies Revolution as well as one of the ideological fathers of this age bracket of scholars. Question 1 The author relates to how Schomburg says that scholars should approach the study of African history in various ways. First and foremost, John Clarke turns out to be a teacher due to the influence of Arthur A. Schomburg (Clarke 4). John quotes that Arthur was the person... Reaction Paper to...
Clarke and Johnson Comparing Essays
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...Arthur uses a few characters as the main ones, but Aimee was the main one. She uses the animals to show the relationship between humans and animals. The story is mostly based on the basis of transition in nature and events. The author uses his central idea through the changes that Aimee later on adopts to portray the theme of the story. The irony in the story is that no one really knows the age of Zed after so many years from one owner to another. The author also chose the monkeys since they had art of secrecy. It is through these traits that the story of the 26 monkeys’ appeals to be the most favorite to me by all means since it has included more characters in it thus...
€œThe invention of the transistor has changed the British media landscape.€� Write an academic essay of 1000 words, describing and commenting on the changes that have taken place in the British media since the 1950s.
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...Arthur C. Clarke. It is pertinent to mention that an innovation called stereophony was developed in the late 1950s and used in the United Kingdom for sound broadcasting (Vardhan, 2002). The changes... The invention of the transistor has changed the British media landscape Introduction John Bardeen and Walter Brattain discovered in transistor at Bell Labs in 1947 while investigating the nature of surface states and ways to reduce their presence (Lewis and Luciana, 2005).1 Since then the invention has led to transformation and development in various areas and fields. The new transistor radios could make use of dry cells as they consumed less power, were more reliable and inexpensive, much lighter, and...
Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha
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...Clarke Ha Ha HA by Roddy Doyle page 134 The novel Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha explores with remarkable subtlety the development of a small boy's empathy, as he simultaneously masters language and discovers a new understanding of pain. The story is set in a first-person narrative - with a bewildered 10-year-old Barrytown/Dublineer as the narrator. Roddy Doyle's imagination allows the readers to fill the gaps in his main character's mind (Paddy), and readers can connect with Doyle's imagination. With doing so the author has effectively succeeded in creating a realistic world trough the eyes of a child. Written almost entirely by using dialogue, this book is full of slang, colloquialisms... Analysis of Paddy...
Arthur Miller
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...Arthur Miller Arthur Miller was one of the leading American playwrights of the twentieth century. He was born in October 1915 in New York to a women's clothing manufacturer, who lost everything in the economic collapse of the 1930s. Living through young adulthood during the Great Depression, Miller was shaped by the poverty that surrounded him. The Depression demonstrated to the playwright the fragility and vulnerability of human existence in the modern era. After graduating from high school, Miller worked in a warehouse so that he could earn enough money to attend the University of Michigan, where he began to write plays. Miller's first play to make it to...
King Arthur
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...Arthur tales. Apparently, despite the fact that popular lore makes him out to be a Benedictine monk, this does not match up with the actual timeline of his life. For example, some of the landmarks attributed to his life did not exist until centuries after his death. In actuality, he was a teacher at Collegiate Church of St. George in Oxford, and also began his career as a writer there. One writing that is attributed to Geoffrey is the “Prophesies of Merlin”, which were ancient Celtic verse that Geoffrey translated into Latin... Geoffrey of Monmouth” by David Nash Ford “Geoffrey of Monmouth” is an essay discussing the life and times of the so d historical figure responsible for many of the King Arthur...
King arthur
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...Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table Despite the lack of conclusive evidence regarding their actual existence, it is undeniable that King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table have greatly influenced and inspired people across the ages. The adventures and gallantries of these remarkable characters have served as theme for myriad forms of literature which we continue to enjoy hitherto. This paper provides an overview of the Arthurian legend. Moreover, it discusses the pursuits of Arthur and the chivalrous Knights of the Round Table as well as the ongoing debates among scholars about their historical authenticity. Overview of the Arthurian Legend Arthur is known to be the semi... King Arthur...
Arthur Andersen
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...Arthur Andersen Arthur Andersen Arthur Andersen was one of the well-known accounting firms in the USA> In this company, planning isbased on unique strategic perspective and goals of the accounting profession and future goals of the company. Within Arthur Andersen, the purpose of planning is to provide management with a framework in which decisions can be made which will have an impact on the organization. A conscious effort to systematize the effort and to manage its evolution is preferable to an unmanaged and haphazard evolution. For Arthur Andersen, the basic planning problem is how to allocate the organization's limited resources. The major benefits to be expected from planning... Running Head Arthur...
Arthur Miller
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...Arthur Miller Arthur Miller is a famous American playwright who helped introduce a new approach to theater following World War II. Although theater had already begun to focus on realistic portrayals, Miller introduced a depth of field previously unsuspected. His plays focus on the stories of everyday Americans struggling and often not quite reaching the quintessential American Dream. In these presentations, he explores the various social issues involved, such as the changing American landscape and new attitudes of women, while he also reveals the very human personal weaknesses of his characters as they struggle to attain a quality of life woefully out...
Arthur Miller
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...Arthur Asher Miller lived his life to the fullest becoming a well renowned playwright and scriptwriter. Miller did not grow up with a silver spoon in his mouth. He graduated from High school qualifying for enrollment in college. He had to work for his college tuition after his father’s business went under in 1929 following the fall of Wall Street. From this, he learnt the value of hard work. As a student in the University of Michigan, Miller pursued journalism as his major but soon changed it to English. This change opened the doors for him as a playwright... ?RUNNING HEAD: RESEARCH PAPER ON AUTHUR MILLER Research Paper on Authur Miller Research Paper on Authur Miller Born in Harlem New York, in 1915,...
A Slave Narrative: Arthur
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...Arthur A Slave Narrative: Arthur Introduction We cannot begin to understand the true plight of the slave. It is not possible to truly understand the feelings and emotions that must have go through the mind of a person who tirelessly works day after day, being told they are not a person, but rather are the property of another individual. The hardships endured and the emotional pain suffered is unthinkable. One way to begin to understand the plight of the slave, however, is to read the countless narratives that they left us with. This is their legacy, if you will, to allow future generations to understand what happened and to learn how to ensure society never sinks... to these depths...
Enron and Arthur Anderson
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...Arthur Anderson Part Enron was established by Kenneth Lay, in 1985. Lay combined Houston Natural Gas, his organization, with InterNorth, a company situated in Nebraska, to create Enron. Kenneth Lay was the chief executive officer of the organization. Under Kenneth Lay’s management, Enron engaged in transportation of natural gas, traditional sales and consequently had stakes in future markets. Ronald Reagan’s presidency saw the 1980s experience a tremendous deregulation of energy markets. This permitted Enron and other imminent corporations to sell and buy contracts for delivery, or energy future at a forthcoming date. In 1986, Enron moved its headquarters to Houston from Omaha. In 1990...   Enron and...
Arthur Andersen LLP
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...Arthur Anderson LLP Environmental, strategic, and organizational changes that occurred One of the environmental changes that occurred over the organization’s life was the legislation in the 1930s that required listed companies to submit their statements of financial position. This shifted attention to the Anderson whose decision into ethical practice led to the legislation. Development of computerized bookkeeping by the organization is another environmental change that shaped its operation because it was the pioneer. Another significant environmental factor in the organization’s life is the internal wrangles that led to its disintegration into two separate firms (Learning...
Arthur Anderson' Management
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...Arthur Anderson Planning Function of Management within Arthur Anderson Planning Function of Management within Arthur Anderson Arthur Anderson was one of the biggest accounting firms in America. In 2002, the company was involved in accounting scandals of Enron and lost many of its clients. Before this period, Arthur Anderson was one of the profitable businesses providing excellent auditing and consultancy services throughout the USA. In Arthur Anderson, strategic planning was impelled by the realization that the future of any system depends strictly on its own internal motivation, perspective, and commitment. Therefore, strategic planning... is not really an option (Developing a Strategic Plan...
Ethics. Arthur Andersen
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...Arthur Andersen’s role in the audit of a number of scandal-plagued industries? Explain in detail. There may be a lot more ethical issues that can be found upon reviewing Arthur Andersen. However, there are three major ethical issues that can be established upon reviewing the said company. The first issue arose when Arthur Andersen provided accounting, business consulting, and auditing services to the same company (citation). These services should not be practiced since there will be conflict of interest especially providing both accounting and auditing services. There will be danger of committing biases when providing the services... ?Question What legal and ethical issues are present as you review...
Peter singer and john arthur
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...ARTHUR Peter Singer and John Arthur: Discussion of their Works October 13, 2009 I. What is Singer’s thesis with regard to family relief? Briefly explain what this means. Regarding Family Relief, Singer (1972) uses that one should try to use all their resources to the best to prevent something bad from happening. This could be done if one did not have to give up a thing that is of comparable value to prevent the event from happening. Drawing the line, Singer argues that if ones family were starving, then we would try to everything in our power to prevent such a thing from happening. Extending the argument further Singer says that if a child were drowning and there were many... PETER SINGER AND JOHN...
Arthur Anderson: Questionable Accounting Practices
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...Arthur Andersen had become synonymous with integrity, trust and high ethical standards. Nevertheless, after the founder of Arthur Andersen’s death, the firm began to change its corporate culture and tolerate some unethical business practices and transactions. This tolerance to unethical practices and transactions affected many primary stakeholders, so that consequently, many stakeholders had to stop transacting with Arthur Anderson, after 90 years of cooperation. The toleration of ethical and professional misconduct as is the case with Arthur Andersen paves way to conflicts of interest... Questionable Accounting Practices Number As one of the most popular and largest accounting organizations in the US,...
The Crucible by Arthur Miller
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...Arthur Millerwrote his famous play “The Crucible” to show mindless persecutions on the ground of religion and superstitions that can result in serious loses for many people. The Salem witch trial that actually took place in 17th century in the United Stated reminds Communist trials of 20th century in which Miller took part himself. This play nevertheless touches a number of more important and more serious problems, such as social prejudices, religion, women rights, the difficulty of moral choice, marriage as institution. Probably being suspected in the crimes he did not commit the author started... Discuss the changes that Reverend Hale, Reverend Parris, and John Proctor undergo in the of the play....
The Crucible by Arthur Miller
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...Arthur Miller about Salem witch trials that happened between 1692 and 1693. It shows the interrelationship between fear and intolerance in Salem and how it tears the community apart. In the play, the characters are bigoted of people who fail to conform to particular standards, for instance, if someone is not very religious, they are accused of doing witchcraft. Arthur Millers inspiration for writing The Crucible came from the events that surrounded the McCarthy trials and their similarity to the historical Salem Witch Trials. This article describes the influence... How McCarthyism and the historical Salem Witch Trials influenced the writing of The Crucible Introduction The Crucible is a1953 play by...
"The crucible" by Arthur Miller
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...Arthur Miller, “The Crucible,” as it allowed me to focus more on analysis rather than in understanding the story. The play is directed by Louie Piday and produced by Kevin... The Crucible: Analysis of a Theater Play It was a Friday at the Caminito Theatre, LACC College, at approximately 8 o’clock in the evening when I went to a theater for the first time. I was there for about 3 enjoyable hours, and during the whole time, I was watched amazedly at the whole event happening around me. I am admittedly not yet very knowledgeable in theater plays, so I will be analyzing the play and the production from a first-timer’s standpoint. It is a good thing that the play is a widely-known play by playwright Arthur...
The Crucible by Arthur Miller
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...Arthur Miller With specific reference to the closing moments of Acts Two, Three and Four of The Crucible, discuss how Miller charts John Proctor’s psychological journey from outrage and frustration to a sense of moral resolution. Arthur Miller’s The Crucible is set in 17th Century Salem, Massachusetts. Miller himself makes ‘A Note of the Historical Accuracy of This Play’ (224) and emphasizes the artistic licence that has been taken in merging many character qualities into one, however Miller links it to reality adding verisimilitude to the play stating “the fate of each character is exactly that of his historical model” (224... is so tormented that this does ultimately have an effect on his...
The Crucible by Arthur Miller
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...Arthur Miller is a play that reminds readers that human beings are susceptible to change. If there is any character in the play whose character changed during the course of the play, it is definitely John Proctor. John Proctor’s character changed as the play progressed as the impression that readers have of him in the beginning is not the same they have of him in the middle of the play and even in the latter stages of the play. It therefore becomes pertinent to analyze the extent at which John Proctor changed throughout the story. John Proctor is the tragic hero of The Crucible as he was faced with series of challenges and trials. John Proctor... of Lecturer 26 November The Crucible The Crucible by...
Arthur Millers Play Death of a Salesman
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...Arthur Miller’s Play “Death of a Salesman” as an Analysis of Abandonment and Loss Although thereis an unbelievably high number of individual themes with which to examine in Arthur Miller’s play “Death of a Salesman”, one would be remiss if they did not consider the strong autobiographical overtones that pervade the work; especially those that pertain to loss and/or abandonment. Naturally, in order to understand how the play itself is autobiographical, one must perform a great deal of background analysis into the early life of Arthur Miller. Once this has been completed, it is readily seen that Arthur Miller’s protagonist Willy Loman is likely a direct representation of his own father... ? Section/#...
Thematic analysis of Stanzaic Le Morte Arthur
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...Arthur as the new king. When Arthur leaves to find Lancelot, King Arthur leaves his wife, Guinevere at the hands of his trusted knight, Mordred. However, Mordred acts to take the throne from King Arthur. Mordred announces that he will forcefully marry Guinevere. Previously, Mordred was one of the knights who discovered Guinevere and Lancelot sleeping together, committing adultery (Clark 68). In response... Thematic Analysis of Stanzaic Le Morte Arthur November 26, Thematic analysis of Stanzaic Le Morte Arthur Introduction. The King Arthur story is a complex story. The research delves on different themes of the King Arthur story. Specifically, the research delves on the Stanzaic Le Morte Arthur portion o...
The Liars by Henry Arthur Jones
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...Arthur Jones Genre: Comedy of manners Research Questions What is the cause of infidelity of Lady Jessica? 2. What is the view of the society about Jessica’s unfaithfulness? The liars The Liars is a comic satire on female vanity. The protagonist lady Jessica gets herself involved in a situation that takes her matrimonial life at verge of break-up due to her unscrupulous flirtation with men. It pleases her inner woman that men are uttering woeful sighs in order to get a glimpse of their love goddess. The woman in her perhaps is dissatisfied with monotony of her conjugal life. The writer has touched upon the theme in a light tone and has not described it in a somber... of the play: The liars Henry Arthur...
The Case of Enron and Arthur Andersen
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...Arthur Andersen Introduction From a moral standpoint, the massive greed, lack of ethics and collusion among the auditors, company officials, legal counsel engaged, investment firms and bankers of Enron, the greatest losers were shareholders, creditors and employees of the company. No amount of regulation would have been able to shelter these groups of people from the dealings that went on behind closed doors in the company. The financial losses that shareholders and employees who had their pension funds invested in the company underwent did not end up in profit for the company. The greed that was evident did not benefit any one party at all. When the company shares lost ground... ? The Case of Enron and...
Arthur Miller's " The Death Of A Salesman"
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...Arthur Miller's ic play Death of a Salesman at the Odyssey Theater successfully depicted a haunting and tragic tale of a man who failed to achieve his American Dream. Director Bob Collins in cooperation with Miss O Productions exquisitely reinvented the eerie and dreamlike movements of the play which they have intricately woven and pieced together to create a powerful melding of the past and the present. Miller's play is already complex and delicate in itself. However, the overall effect of the production, with the aid of the actors, set, lighting and costumes not only created a surreal audio-visual experience to the audience but also generated deeply... A SALESMAN'S EXQUISITE DEATH The staging of Arthur ...
Thematic analysis of Stanzaic Le Morte Arthur
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...Arthur as the new king. When Arthur leaves to find Lancelot, King Arthur leaves his wife, Guinevere at the hands of his trusted knight, Mordred. However, Mordred acts to take the throne from King Arthur. Mordred announces that he will forcefully marry Guinevere. Previously, Mordred was one of the knights who discovered Guinevere and Lancelot sleeping together, committing adultery (Clark 68). In response, Lancelot was not able to kill all the knights... ? Thematic Analysis of Stanzaic Le Morte Arthur November 26, Thematic analysis of Stanzaic Le Morte Arthur Introduction. The King Arthur story is a complex story. The research delves on different themes of the King Arthur story. Specifically, the research...
Sir Arthur Conan Doyles Short Stories
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...Arthur Conan Doyle's Selected Short Stories Webbing around language in first person narration, theme structure and context, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was able to create tension, define characters and set the mood and atmosphere in The Greek Interpreter, The Speckled Band and The Crooked Man which hook the readers to continue reading and accompany the central character as he made his way through his scientific method until the story folds. Written at the end of nineteenth century, when modernism was to be on stage, Sherlock Holmes was created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and became the greatest and certainly the most famous fictional detective of all time. This popularity... Tension and Atmosphere in Sir Arthur ...
Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller
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...Arthur Miller's enlightened the tale of a man's confronting disappointment in the success-driven civilization of America and illustrates the tragic course which ultimately leads to his bereavement. Willy Loman appears to be a figurative image of the failing America; he signifies those that have struggled for success, "I'm the New England man. I'm vital in New England." but, in giving effort to do so, have as an alternative attained failure in its most harsh form. Miller's tragic drama is a questioning portrait of the emblematic American consciousness portraying an intense craving for victory and higher status inside a world otherwise unproductive. Slightly... The composition of Death of a Salesman by...
The Story of Arthur Wergs Mitchell
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...Arthur Wergs Mitchell Arthur Wergs Mitchell is one of the few African Americans, who had a vast participation in American politics. Despite being black, Mitchell has fought for his right to run for a position in the government and has gained sympathy from the black voters that have led him to becoming the first African American Democrat Congressman in American history. Arthur Wergs Mitchell has experienced the highs and lows of both his personal and political life. As expected, being black upon the olden days is a challenge because one has to deal with all the discrimination and judgment of society, as a result of the nation’s history of slavery. Arthur Mitchell has experienced... these forms...
King Arthur Flour: Employee-centered corporate culture.
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...Arthur is 100% employee owned and this significantly impacts on the way a business operates. This business model is quite different from other conventional organizational models in that the employees at King Arthur are in full control of the operations of the organization. They are the ones who determine the success or failure of this model since they are in full control of all its activities. They are motivated to put optimum effort in their work since they know that they are the ones who benefit at the end of the day. In other business models, employees are concerned with performing the work and they often do not have a stake in that particular business. In such a situation, employees can... 1. King...
"Death of Salesman" by Arthur Miller
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...Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman is today recognized as one of the seminal texts of the 20th century. Through the struggle ofWilly Loman and his family the play investigates the nature of the American Dream. While traditional critical investigations have considered Miller’s character exploration of Willy Loman and his sons, another prominent character is Willy’s wife Linda. In these regards, the extent that Linda constitutes a simple stereotype or a multidimensional character is one of the major questions. This essay investigates Linda’s characterization throughout the play and considers if she helps Willy or hinders him. At the beginning of the play Miller largely presents... ?Death of a Salesman...
Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller
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...Arthur Miller Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller offers a clear depiction of its time society’s enthusiasm meant to attain their aspirations (Sterling 93). This is evident from the main protagonist’s efforts and intentions in realizing his dreams besides those of his sons’ (Sterling 93). According to the then society, realization of one’s dreams entailed hard work coupled with positivity that assumed challenges were insignificant obstacles found between a person and his or her American dream (Sterling 54). Hence, one has the power to overcome them, though this to the main protagonist seems more of a dream than a reality, but still holds... , which he defies and holds to being real contrary...
Darkness at noon by Arthur Koestler
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...Arthur Koestler is much known by his highly influential novel, Darkness at Noon. As a former member of Germany’s Communist Party Arthur was able to put into writing his own personal experiences and build up a compelling political tale. The novel was originally written in German language under the name of Sonnenfinsternis which meant Solar Eclipse. The original copy has been lost though the English translation (translated by Daphne Hardy) had created great waves in the literary circles. The book is a powerful examination of the moral danger inherent in a system that is willing to employ any means to reach a desired end. Darkness at Noon stands... Darkness at Noon Winner of the prestigious Sonning Prize,...
Arthur Millers Death of a Salesman
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...Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman: A Play of Contrasts Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman may not be comparable to his other literary pieces considering the reader/audience's response since it appears so ordinary, not suspenseful, and all is said in the title. One could ask: "So what about the death of a salesman" One does not need to guess what will happen to the protagonist. It will only be the manner of his death that will be expected and disclosed. For a reader/audience, it would not be an exciting and attractive fiction if it is already known that the protagonist dies at the end of the story. The manner of his death and the motive for his death are not usually as inviting as having... ...
Death Of A Salesman by Arthur Miller
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...Arthur Miller Introduction “Death of a Salesman” by Arthur Miller is a sad story about Willy Loman, a traveling salesman, who is caught up in the past while he is attempting to live his life in the present. After a long sales trip that ended in his losing his job, he goes home to his wife Linda and two sons, Biff and Happy. Biff is an ex-football player who in Willy’s eyes, has turned out to be a bum. Willy is caught in the past with his brother Ben who he has hallucinations about throughout the story. Willy put in 30 years of faithful service in sales, but it has not made him the living that he sought. Broken and delusional, he goes home to his family, trying... ?Symbolism in “Death of a Salesman” by...
Arthur Millers Death of a Salesman
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...Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman One of the most important plays of the twentieth century, Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman (1949) changed the way in which people perceived the genre of tragedy. Miller consciously undercuts several features of classical tragedy and his other writings prove that he felt the earlier models of tragic drama were unable to understand the modern situation. These models, based on the Aristotelian ideas of what constituted a tragedy, were unsuited for an articulation of the modern condition in general and the American one in particular. This paper shall look at these concepts through the symbols and characters that are a part of this play. Willy Loman is one... of Arthur...
Silver blaze by Arthur Conan Doyle
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...Arthur Wontnre as Sherlock Holmes, Ronald Shiner as Simpson the stable Boy and Ian Fleming as Dr. Watson. In the United States the film is known as Murder at the Baskervilles. In Silver Blaze, Sherlock Holmes embarks on a holiday by visiting his old mate Sir Baskerville. Unfortunately, his vacation comes to an end when Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson abruptly find themselves entwined in a double –murder mystery. At this point, the two are compelled to go and find Professor Robert Moriarty and the horse-Silver Blaze that is supposed to appear in a horse race and bring the offenders to book. Sherlock Holmes... Silver Blaze Silver Blaze is a mystery film that is directed by Thomas Bentley. The movie stirs...
Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman
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...Arthur Miller"(1) In unequivocal words this is an admission that when man pursues his pretentions the same will fail since the conditions of life will not allow and cannot accommodate the same. The American Dream is a mere pretention. Miller exemplifies this in the persona of Willy Loman, a salesman. Miller grew in the environment of trade and marketing. He knew the life of a salesman for his father used to own a clothing company and dealt... THE DEATH OF A SALESMAN "Whoever is writing in the United s is using the American Dream as an ironical pole of his story. People elsewhere tend to accept, to a far greater degree anyway, that the conditions of life are hostile to man's pretensions. - Arthur Mi...
THE NARRATIVE OF ARTHUR GORDON PYM
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...Arthur Gordon Pym It is without question that Edgar Allen Poe can be considered one of the most gifted American writers of all time. Equally able to paint vivid image, leverage symbolism, and effectively utilize elaborate and flowery language without losing the reader in a level of overt verbosity, Poe stands alone as one of the few writers that were able to effectively illustrate all of these qualities quality same time engaging the reader with an interest in poetry and/or programs. Naturally, Edgar Allen Poe is most famous for his poetry. However, this fact notwithstanding, he nevertheless wrote a novel; entitled The Narrative of Arthur... Section/# Perversity in Edgar Allen Poe’s The Narrative of...
The Crycible/ Arthur Miller: An Analysis
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...Arthur Miller: An Analysis Introduction The Crucible: A Play in Four Acts by Arthur Miller was first published by The Viking Press in 1953. In 1995, Penguin Books published another edition with an introduction by Christopher Bigsby. The book was written by Miller as an allegory to the state paranoia on communism in 1950s and the breakdown of social and individual relationships he coined as “breaking of charity” (Miller xv) where families and friends turned their back on each other. The book centers its story in Salem, a town plagued by witchcraft beliefs, betrayal, sexuality, and political anarchy with its main character, John Proctor, who struggled to redeem his family and integrity... The...
Literary Criticism on "The Star" by H.G. Wells
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...Arthur C. Clarke “The Star”) Ambitious space explorations and discoveries made by man in the 20th century were presented to the public not only to outstanding scientists, but also by talented fantasy writers. It was they who introduced to the common people the distant stars and planets, bold and progressive ideas, extraterrestrial worlds... ? 16 April Literary Criticism on "The Star" by H.G. Wells "I can hold you - and all the universe for thatmatter - in the grip of this little brain. I would not change. Even now." (H.G. Wells “The Star”) “But there comes a point when even the deepest faith must falter, and now, as I look at the calculations lying before me, I have reached that point at last.” (Arthur...
Arthur Conan Doyle, The New Catacomb
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...Arthur Conan Doyle, The New Catacomb After reading this story I believe that the writer begins with an easy and languid pace, so typical of an interaction between friends. However, as the narrative proceeds, I felt that the things started to get dense, spooky and weighty. The most amazing thing about the story is its setting. The two characters are shown as sitting at Kennedy’s place, crowded with the relics of the yore, a stark contrast from the modern world that existed outside. I also found the writers delineation of the features of the characters, very interesting. To begin with, I believed that the interaction between Kennedy and Burger... ? Two Stories of the of the Concerned March 15, Two Stories...
GW F. Hegel, Arthur Schopenhauer, Friedrich Nietzsche
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...Arthur Schopenhauer Concept of “Will” Schopenhauer asserted the principle of work by emphasizing that the will is the inner nature of the body as an appearance in time and space, he concluded that the inner reality of all material appearance is dependent on the individual will. Considering the notion of will as the key to existence, Schopenhauer, who is considered to be a pessimistic philosopher, explained that the tragedy of life arises from the nature of the will which constantly urges the individual toward the satisfaction of successive goals, none of the goals can provide permanent satisfaction for the infinite activity of the life force or will. Schopenhauer claimed... Hegel Concept of “Geist” In...
"Silver Blaze" by Arthur Conan Doyle
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...Arthur Wontnre as Sherlock Holmes, Ronald Shiner as Simpson the stable Boy and Ian Fleming as Dr. Watson. In the United States the film is known as Murder at the Baskervilles. In Silver Blaze, Sherlock Holmes embarks on a holiday by visiting his old mate Sir Baskerville. Unfortunately, his vacation comes to an end when Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson abruptly find themselves entwined in a double –murder mystery. At this point, the two are compelled to go and find Professor Robert Moriarty and the horse-Silver Blaze that is supposed to appear in a horse race and bring the offenders to book. Sherlock Holmes... Silver Blaze Silver Blaze is a mystery film that is directed by Thomas Bentley. The movie stirs...
Hotel, by Arthur Hailey, Book Report
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...Arthur Hailey book has Hotel written in 1965 is one of his popular novels. This book is deep in details, background information themes as well character development. It gives clear and precise insights during a five-day period in the life of an untimely 1960s independent, glamorous hotel in New Orleans that is encountering several challenges. It covers diminutive pieces of everything. The book offers many flavours and comes remarkably close to be a complete book. It is unlike most thrillers, which offer some but not all other categories of information that capture the readers. Hailey’s romantic style of writing is an in-depth study of the romantic field. The text's setting... in nature. The...
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