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Bastard out of Carolina
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...Bastard out of Carolina, is a narration about Boatwright family, the members of which spoil the lives of each other. The main topic of the writing is despair. The way of life of the family is not healthy and comfortable: the members are drinking, moving from one place to another, fighting with each other having no definite goals in life, except to find something to eat. The family suffers from poverty and thinks only about the ways to get some food and pay rent. From the book the readers can find out about betrayal in all its forms. First of all, it is the betrayal in the relations between the dearest people, mother and daughter. The mother does not want to notice that her...
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Choose one book: bastard out of carolina, The sprite catches you and you fall down, Melanie, Bird with a broken wing, or when I
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...Bastard out of Carolina: a study Deborah T. Meem in her discussion of Dorothy Allison's literary career in Feminist writes, "For Allison, writing is a dramatic, life-affirming act in a world which consistently threatens death. A storyteller since childhood, Allison chronicles her discovery how … writing them [her most terrible stories] down gives her power of the experiences." Dorothy Allison has seldom shyed away from discussing or affirming to the autobiographical elements in her intensely powerful first novel Bastard Out of Carolina. Allison much like Anne Ruth Boatwright was born to a poor, "white trash" Southern family. She was regularly sexually...
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Choose one book: bastard out of carolina, The sprite catches you and you fall down, Melanie, Bird with a broken wing, or when I was a Puerto Rican. 1 Describe the cultural identity and structural make-up of the family/families in which the main character/
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...Bastard out of Carolina: a study Deborah T. Meem in her discussion of Dorothy Allisons literary career in Feminist writes, "For Allison, writing is a dramatic, life-affirming act in a world which consistently threatens death. A storyteller since childhood, Allison chronicles her discovery how … writing them [her most terrible stories] down gives her power of the experiences." Dorothy Allison has seldom shyed away from discussing or affirming to the autobiographical elements in her intensely powerful first novel Bastard Out of Carolina. Allison much like Anne Ruth Boatwright was born to a poor, "white trash" Southern family. She was regularly sexually...
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Introduction to Marketing and Communications
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...Bastard Corporation Table of Contents I. Introduction 4 II. The Marketing Environment/ Macro-EnvironmentalFactors With Potential Impact to the Product/Business Idea 5 III. Fundamental Models of Buyer Behavior, Consumer Purchase Decision Processes and Models 7 IV. Defining Market Segments Well- Requirements 9 V. Tweaking Different Marketing Mix Elements to Position a Product for Different Target Markets 11 VI. Tying It All Up for Mega Bastard Corporation 13 Works Cited 14 I. Introduction This paper is a walk through of sound marketing management processes and principles for market analysis of any market, taking off from the present case involving... the evaluation of markets for bionic limbs....
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Havisham
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...bastard,” (Duffy web) meaning that Havisham allowed herself to fall in love. After things went sour with her marriage, she resulted to mere wish... Havisham Havisham is a first person poem that presents the person’s thoughts of what has become of her marriage ofmany years. Feminist’s attitude comes out clearly through Havisham confusion of her own identity. Apparently, she is unhappy that she has allowed her marriage to define her. This paper examines if Havisham is responsible for her own misery or if a reader will sympathise with her feelings, self-pity, and her desire for revenge. I feel that Havisham is responsible for her own miseries somehow. The poem starts with the words “beloved sweetheart basta...
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1.the emperor and the assassin 2.Hero
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...bastard from Zhao. The Prime Minister Kills changxin who is the traitor and the king recognizes him as his father. When he leaves the king orders that, all his family should be killed since, he is a traitor. The king’s personality developed from his childhood when he was growing up. Chen Kaige’s... Chapter three of the film the emperor and the assassin, is significant in several ways. The film applies Bolla’s theoryof early childhood behavior and influence on personality traits. The queen mother has male children who are fathered by changxin. The king does not know about this but when he knows he orders their death. The king realizes that his real father is the prime minister meaning he is a bastard...
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Summarizing
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...bastard” and this annoys the speaker making him call him by the same name (Utley 9). The speaker also informs the white man that he (white) is a “nigger” because they come from the same father and do not want to recognize the other. However, the white man does... Article summary and analysis How Fredrick Douglas Taught himself to think Frederick Douglass was a slave who underwent many difficulties to overcome his status and be one of the ex-slaves who are celebrated to date. When he was born in Maryland, it was difficult overcoming the practices since slavery was common among the bourgeoisie. However, he used different tactics to overcome the situation and acquire a new status. For instance, Douglass...
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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo by Steig Larsson
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...bastard is always a bastard, and if I can hurt a bastard by digging up shit about him, then he deserves it" (160). Her morals have been compromised by her traumatic experiences which expose her as something of a vigilante. This raises the question of whether or not her ethically unsound methods are justified or not. Figurative language and symbols are also littered throughout the text. For example, a recurring symbol is that of the marks and modifications on Salander’s body which are portrayed as somewhat... Submitted A Literary Analysis of ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ The first book of Steig Larsson’s crime trilogy ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ conveys many themes, particularly violence...
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Rise of Nationalism
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...bastard government having been established with the aid of Japan and existed with Japanese control. Even the Soviet Republic was threatening to control outer Mongolia (Linebarger, 2). The intellectual elite led by Sun Yat-sen rallied the people and effectively mobilized them in a struggle against the regime... The Rise of Nationalism The rise of nationalism has been linked to colonization and imperialism. It emerged as a reaction to the dominance of one race over the other. This has been demonstrated in the manner by which nations struggled to be free from foreign influence and intervention. This is not surprising because nationalism highlights how the interests and values of a nation take precedence...
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Science and religion
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...Bastard out of Carolina, The Whale Rider and The Stoning of Soraya. Bastard out of Carolina-Dorothy Allison In this book, Allison perfects the art of fiction... Science and Religion People with different levels of scientific expertise and faiths see no conflict at all between religion and science. They believe that these two institutions deal with the domains differently. Despite the declaration by some of the religious organizations that there should be no conflict between the two realms, some distinct differences and similarities exist. In analyzing the some of the texts by prominent writers, it is evident that the religious truths and scientific truths both conflict and coincide. The texts are...
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Video Gamers
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...bastard (LPB), high ping bastard (HPB) and llama, which is used to refer to a player without much skill. With unique meanings to old terms or new words to reflect new concepts not previously discussed in the everyday world, the language of gamers is only one way to distinguish them from others. Preferred activities also serve to separate the serious gamer from the rest of the world as they struggle... Video Gamers Video gamers as a group are becoming harder and harder to recognize as they begin to blend into the 30-something crowd of professionals and para-professionals of urban settings. Gamers can still be recognized through various different personality characteristics and habits, though. These...
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Assignment 5
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...bastard in the name of love. Or whatever the fuck it was they fought over in those days.” “Same things we fight over these days,” Terri said. Thus, it comes to my mind that when people talk about love they talk about life itself in all its manifestations and about death in particular.... “What We Talk About When We Talk About Love” The story “What we talk about when we talk about love” is a brilliant researchon human relationship with all their complexity and unpredictability. The story unfolds as the dialogue between two married couples over a bottle of gin. These four people share their views and their own understanding of the concept of love in simple and ironical chat heated by alcohol. All four are ...
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Biology (plant and people)- research proposal
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...bastard grew to global dominance. University of North Carolina Press. The flexibility of corn in being used for a variety of food stuffs lead to its acceptability, and is discussed by the author in this book. It is a fact that corn was a crop that was the product of multiple cross-breeding by humans for thousands of years, turning it from a low-yielding plant with small cobs and few kernels into a tall plant with many large cobs and numerous kernels. Corn can be made into anything, from bread, to sweets, and even... ?Annotated Bibliography Collins, R., & Burns, J. M. (2007). A history of sub-saharan africa. Cambridge Press. The mentioned in their book that most of the major foodstuffs and crops grown in...
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Dorothy Allison and Tim O'Briento
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...Bastard out of Carolina, Allison speaks of her heroine's sexual abuse, much similar to that of her own. In it she says "Everything that comes to us is a blessing or a test. That's all you need to know... "Some rise by sin, and some by virtue fall." William Shakespeare ID: Word count: 1369 words. Dear Mr. Frey, I have beenan avid fan of your work but have lately been disgruntled by the accusations placed upon you of fabricating your work. I have been very torn between supporting your decision to alter reality and blaming you for lying to your loyal readers. This letter is aimed to understand the thin line that separates fact from fiction. And to decipher when it can and should be crossed. This job would...
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Sexist language represents men and women unequally. Explain the many ways in which the English language is sexist, using examples from the text
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...bastards. A dog is the most faithful animal on earth. In fact, in most cases, it is said to be man’s best friend. It is therefore possible that the two share some traits. A bastard, on the other hand, is a human in all rights. The two abusive terms in closer look do not insult but simply refer to some aspects of being male. Men, on the other hand, occasionally use derogative words against women. Such insults as bitch, whore, and slut have been used. A bitch is a female dog and is completely unrelated to a woman. Comparing the two is thus insulting... Sexism in the English Language Gender representation has been a source of contention for a very long time in all spheres of life including language. A...
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Horror story with vampire
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...bastard here. When the sun rises and light filters in, he will die his slow, excruciating death!” “Let’s put something heavy on the strainer so he won’t slip out,” Mike suggested. Rob picked up a metal disc and placed it over the strainer. “Let’s go.” Mike walked towards the door, and Rob followed. As he exited, Mike heard the flapping sound of wings and turned back, to stare at the emptiness before him. Rob had vanished. The End... Vampire Mike could feel his heart thump inside his chest as he walked gingerly towards the gym along with his buddy Rob. Winter seemed to arrive early, as a thick shroud of fog engulfed the campus, on this last day of October. The beams of the flashlights they brought along...
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The Glass Menagerie
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...bastard son of a bastard. Tom is keen to pursue his future by leaving his family, and he ardently follows his father’s footsteps (Williams 100). When Jim leaves his family behind, he leaves them shattered and devastated just like his father. Mr. Wingfield also gets portrayed as having worked in his telephone company, and subsequently fell in love over long distance with Amanda. This is symbolic as through a telephone one only falls in love with what he or she can hear and not see over long distance. ‘The glass menagerie’ is a play unique for its symbols and imagery. The author uses... Character imagery in The Glass Menagerie In the play ‘the glass menagerie’, Amanda Wingfield is Tom’s and Laura’s...
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Book response essay
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...bastard”. And when... WAR DANCES BY SHERMAN ALEXIE THESIS MENT: This paper undertakes a critical analysis of War Dances by Sherman Alexie and argues that the collection of poems and short stories present a microcosm of the interrelationship between perception, social interaction, identity and human nature. WAR DANCES: ANALYSIS War Dances by Sherman Alexie is a collection of short stories and poems that chart the complex dynamics of familial and romantic relationships against the backdrop of a contemporary Native American narrative. The focus of this paper is to critically evaluate the central themes in War Dances and highlight the central proposition of this paper that Alexie’s book utilises the interrel...
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Poetry explication paper ( literture )
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...bastard child, as is evident in the line “I hold you and name you bastard in my arms.” It is also made clear throughout the poem that the responding doctors and nurses do not approve of the fact that no father is being named for the child. Judging by the fact that the mother gets to spend only certain amounts of time with the infant, it can be assumed that there is an underlying medical factor with the mother, whether it be physical... Poetry Explication Paper [Literature] The poem “Unknown Girl in the Maternity Ward” by Anne Sexton tells the story of a mother just giving birth in the hospital. The mother chooses not to name the father of the baby, as he has decided not to care for the infant. Judging...
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The Biome of Hawaii
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...bastard sandalwood, niihau, kahoolawe, kukui, lantana, and alien weeds. Pine... An Investigative Report in the Biome of Hawaii Introduction Hawaii is well-known with its diverse ecological features varying from the wild plants and animals in its rain forests, beautiful beaches, and the volcanoes highlighting its resources for both enthusiasts and scientists. I chose Hawaii as my biome of investigative report because its ecological characteristics offer a lot of opportunities to learn. The Biome of Hawaii The State of Hawaii A chain of islands is what comprises the Hawaiian state in the Northern part of America. This chain, is said to extend at about 2,600 kilometers between the island of Hawaii in the sou...
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Comparison-Contrast
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...bastard” throughout their life. This word, which is conventionally taken for an abuse becomes their label and they have to grow up and live... 15 August Marriage vs living together: A lot of people have resolved to cohabit in order to escape the dangers associated with divorce. Owing to the immense increase in the frequency of divorce in the recent years, marriage is seen more as a challenge than an institution. This paper compares marriage with cohabitation. People marry in order to take responsibility whereas others cohabit in order to escape responsibility. When two people marry, they have to play certain roles and responsibilities throughout their life. They are responsible for each other’s well-bein...
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Essay
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...bastard because he believes that William the Conqueror forced his way to boastful rule against his people’s will, (Paine & University of Virginia, 1993). According to pain the hereditary leaderships of leaders is not a moral virtue guarantee because moral virtue cannot be inherited and future generations will be led by enthroned gracious kings. Hereditary leadership leaves the countries more vulnerable to special interest of their enemies and terrorists attacks and corruption is bound to thrive. I agree with Paine because most of the modern monarchies even today do not promote freedom for the people and democracy... PAINE Thomas Paine Thomas Paine ideas of common sense look at the challenges of the...
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Oedipus rex
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...bastard by a drunk man in the kingdom of Corinth. The effect of the story on Oedipus was utter confusion and anxiety. Here, the story has few morale which is enquiring about one’s fate is futile. Moreover approaching fortune teller is wastage of time as knowing one’s future steals away the thrill of life. There is also a morale which claims that fate is irreversible and one’s action is reason for one’s failure or success in life.... Topic Oedipus Rex Introduction The story of Oedipus , even though it is a folk tale has many morale to be conveyed to the readers. Oedipus is a fictitious character who was destined to marry his mother after killing his father. In the opening scene of play of “Oedipus” the...
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Introduction to Language and Communication - Assignment
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...bastard pregnancies. References Aubusson, P. J., Harrison, A. G., & Ritchie, S. M. (2006). Metaphor and analogy in science education. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer Science & Business Media. Shakespeare, W., & Mueller, J. (2002). Hamlet. Hauppauge, New York: Barrons Educational Series.... to Language and Communication Introduction to Language and Communication Example of an Analogy When something is in its logical form, this means that X is like Y in one way or another way; and Z is like Y in a different way, thus making X like Z (Aubusson, Harrison & Ritchie, 2006). One example of an analogy is that science normally gets things wrong. In the early years of the 20th century, particle physics helped...
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Digital Reconsruction of America Tropical
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...Bastard and Zoot Suit Riots Another artist from the modern age is Vincent Valdez who was born in San Antonio, Texas. His painting “Kill the Pachuco Bastard” reflects an artistic activism and dramatizes the Zoot Suit Riots in 1943. His work... Digital Reconstruction of America Tropical To begin with, let me discuss the characters mentioned during the discussion of this paper. First is David Alfaro Siqueiros, a 1930s renowned muralist who studied at the Academy of San Carlos along with other two modern Mexican artists, Diego Rivera and Jose Clemente Orozco (Cadge-Moore). Siqueiros painted the controversial America Tropical. On the other hand, Christine Sterling is not a painter or an artist, but a lover...
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The Ten Commandments in Kind Lear
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...bastard? wherefore base? …  Legitimate Edgar, I must have your land. Our father’s love is to the bastard Edmund As to the legitimate. Fine word—“legitimate”!  Well, my legitimate, if this letter speed, And my invention thrive, Edmund the base  Shall top the legitimate. I grow; I prosper. Now, gods, stand up for bastards! (1.2.1–22) There is thus, another violation of the commandments that Edmund commits by holding nature above the Christian god. This is the initial part of the play when his actions are rewarded and he seems on course to inherit the property of Gloucester. Cordelia and Edgar Cordelia and Edgar are the two children in the play who... ? The Ten Commandments in King Lear Number Number...
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Screenplay/Movie Report of Monster's Ball(2001)
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...bastard, and there are no actions that he takes at his point that belies this. In the screenplay, however, the compassion that he shows in later scenes is evident in this scene. If the movie played out in this way, it might have been less affecting – the whole point of the movie was to show the evolution... of an unredemptive bastard. In the screenplay, this evolution would not be as complete. The other scene that will be examined will be the scene where Hank and Leticia first have sex (1:32). In the movie, the two are getting drunk on Jack Daniel’s whiskey. At some point, Leticia starts laughing hysterically about her son, who was just killed, and how fat he was – she used...
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...Bastard out of Carolina (Allison, 1993). Discuss the Axis I and Axis II disordersof mental health that this individual might meet the criteria for, either at the time of the "case" or in the future. Address relevant risk and protective factors. Finally, discuss the ways in which the individual's environment impacts his or her social functioning Axis I disorder: This axis includes: disturbance of conduct and emotions with depressed mood. It also includes like panic attacks, posttraumatic stress disorder plus cognitive disorders. The most common type of disorder the character "Bone" had; cognitive disorder, development disorder, mood... Choose one of the main characters (Bone, Anney or Daddy Glenn) from...
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Cohabitation vs. Marriage
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...bastards”. Bastard is essentially considered as an abusive word in most cultures. When a person abhors another, he calls him a bastard. It so happens in a vast majority of cultures. Unfortunately, children born to cohabiting couples have no escape from this disgusting label because they actually... ? 8 Aug., Cohabitation vs Marriage There has been a growing trend to cohabit in the recent years all over the world in general and in advanced and modern societies in particular. People cohabit for several reasons. They may try to establish a relationship to such an extent that would ultimately lead the two partners to marriage. They may cohabit to have sexual partner without added responsibilities for the...
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...Bastard of Istanbul” as an episode of “Revenge (The season) Armanoush had found out all about the truth of the murder of her grandfather. She had to avenge her Armenian blood, and so, here she was right in Turkey where she believed her grandfather was murdered. This time, she had come prepared and she was certain of the fact that these were the people who will have to pay what happened years ago. The secret was now uncovered that the Kazanci family was behind her suffering, and so this time, she had come with a plan. Mustapha, her step-father, would also the target of her revenge though she felt close to her before the truth was uncovered. She was already in Turkey, where...
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Fear or Provocation of Violence
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...Bastard! Come over here and we'll give you a good kicking". Fearing immediate violence, the mail worker left the place and reached his office. The statement was recorded by the Police Officials and case was registered under section 4 of Public Order Act (Amended by Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994). As per the act, the law states that according to section 42; it is an offense to use threatening, abusive or insulting words or behavior to someone else in the following cases... Fear or Provocation of Violence There were great personalities in the past whose main armory was non - violence through out their life for the betterment of humankind, yet violence is prevalent in most and almost every...
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King Lear and Existentialism
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...bastard son. Wile Lear is blind in recognizing the goodness in Cordelia and the evilness in Regan and Goneril. Both of these old men hurt by their children are now yearning for their own existence. Existentialism: Edmund and King Lear Edmund, the villain of the play... King Lear – Existentialism King Lear was one of the most popular tragedies of William Shakespeare. Unlike Aristotelian attitude, Shakespearean view about the causes of tragedy is that the man himself is responsible for his own tragedy and not fate. The virtuous people also have some draw backs or shortcomings and these weaknesses lead them to their tragedy. King Lear is a vicious play which shows the height of human cruelty and awful...
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...bastard because of the forced combination of poem and music is quite funny but true. But is not that the spirit of art? The blending of two or more different arts to create another art which perhaps might be even better when they are treated differently, is how I perceive the beauty there is in music. However a song is composed would not really matter as long as it is the expression... ?Full Perceiving Poems and Songs Songs are poems set to music, usually intentionally done by the poet or more appropriately, composer. In agreement to the points discussed in the article, personally, I have observed most songs are poems whether rhyming or free versed, are artistically arranged before put into music. The...
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Harriet Jacob's Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl
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...bastard” (172) In this quote, a sobbing mother witnesses her child dying, this quote means a lot to me since it demonstrates the extremes of incarceration and merciless slavery that was going on during that time. I also think this quote is significant to me because as Harriet explains, both masters and mistress felt no sympathy to suffering slaves and even proclaimed to them heartlessly that heaven... Your The 04 December In the extract from Harriet Jacobs Incidents in the life of a Slave Girl “The girl's mother said, "The baby is dead, thank God; and I hope my poor child will soon be in heaven, too."  "Heaven!" retorted the mistress. "There is no such place for the like of her and her bastard” (172) In ...
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Topic picked from the book clockwork orange
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...bastard though dry (Burgess, pg 10... Clockwork Orange Introduction ‘Clockwork Orange’ is a fictional novel written by Anthony Burgess, which shows a certain genre in literature (satire) about the western society. The novel is based on certain occurring trends like the occasional culture of the youth in terms of rebelling and participating in violence. The novel was written to show the violent nature of human beings, and how human beings have the ability to choose between good and evil. It also relates how evil comes about, one being idle and free. Characters in the fictional novel include; Alex, George, Pete, Dim, P. R. Deltoid, The prison chaplain, Billyboy, The prison governor, ‘Minister of the...
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Machiavellian characters in King Lear
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...bastard son. Gloucester himself introduces Edmund to Kent with a certain levity: “though this knave came something saucily into the/ world before he was sent for, yet was his mother fair; / there was good sport at his making, and the/ whoreson must be acknowledged”. Being called a “whoreson” while being introduced to people has not been easy for Edmund, and when Gloucester casually mentions that Edmund “…hath been out nine years, and away he shall/ again”, the audience knows... Machiavellian characters in King Lear One of the main strengths of Shakespeare’s characterization is that he makes his characters real, flesh-and blood-people, who are layered and dynamic, just like people in the everyday world....
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A Thousand Splendid Suns--see instructions
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...bastard child. She understood this to be an unattractive role, “that a harami was an unwanted thing; that she, Mariam, was an illegitimate person who would never have legitimate claim to the things other people had, things such as love, family, home and acceptance.” (Hosseini 4). While... Friendship Between Mariam and Laila: An Unlikely Combination One of the primary stories within Khaled Hosseini’s novel, AThousand Splendid Suns, is the experiences of two Afghani women, Mariam and Laila who are very different women with contrasting childhoods and are united due to the country’s tumultuous history of war. This unlikely friendship evolved throughout the novel as these oppressed, yet heroic women overcame ...
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World Music - Authenticity and Ethucs in World Music
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...bastard fusion a few years ago.” (“I Hate World Music”). Similar views are expressed by Sasha Frere-Jones who comments (“Bingo in Swansea”): “World music” is a category that does nobody any favors. Entirely disparate performers, like the dapper Brazilian singer-songwriter Caetano Veloso and the African blues guitarist Ali Farka Toure, get lumped together in American record stores simply because they don’t sing exclusively in English. Personally speaking, I do not agree with this at all. I am a fan of fusion music. Not only do such recordings provide us a celestial insight into various vivid... Rachna Jalan Academia-Research English 18 April 2009 World Music Introduction World Music can be described as an ...
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Existentialism by Albert Camus
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...bastard! The filthy cur!” (Camus 26), and then disaffected concern: “Don’t you understand... ?Existentialism by Albert Camus Introduction Existentialism is perceived not so much as traditional philosophy as it is a revolution against ical metaphysics; more personally it can be viewed as a “a constant confrontation between man and his own obscurity” (Camus 54, cited in Hollar 24). It is defined as “a doctrine which makes human life possible and, in addition, declares that every truth and every action implies a human setting and a human subjectivity…existence precedes essence, or, if you prefer…subjectivity must be the starting point” (Sartre, cited in Daigle 10). This broad school of thought encompasses a ...
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World War I: A Soldier's Diary
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...bastards. Our division and the rest of the Canadian Corps have created miles of tunnels so their artillery shells will not reach us before we are prepared and organized for attack. The hard part is the waiting. We were playing euchre tonight and John from Edmonton couldn't keep his hands steady enough to hold his cards. I can't say I blame him, he just found out that his wife had a baby boy and children need fathers. But the bastard cost me a pack of smokes because everyone else could see his cards. As the battle looms, I am having a tough time sleeping. My dreams... West of the Plains of Artois, France April 7th 1917 The Krauts hold the ridge near the town of Vimy. They also have trenches all across...
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Looking exercise
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...bastard son. This hypothesis is informed by the fact that both people involved in the sin ailed. The man passed on whereas the woman, who had also resigned herself to the same fate, ended up a nun. Her predicament is not too dissimilar to that of Kashiwagi since dying in child birth was considered a curse. Therefore, her survival seems to be solely for the benefit of her son rather than her own. In the present world, much like that in the reading, leaders get away with the mistakes they make at least in the eyes of the public. However, nature has a way of evening things out (Russell 227). The mistakes made must be atoned for in a way and the price paid... Is the price for betrayal in sync with the...
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Havisham
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...bastard. Not a day since then I havent wished him... English, Assignment Havisham Miss Havisham is to be pitied rather than condemned. They say God condemns for life, by giving those a broken heart. Havisham was a sensitive individual and in the grim personal love-tragedy she encountered, anyone would turn cynical. Her case was the rarest of the rare. She had every reason to believe that men folks were ignoble. On the wedding day, her man, Compeyson forsook her, and she was unable to transcend that heartbreak. From that moment she behaved like a psychiatric patient. This is her bitter cry that marks the beginning of the poem and the journey of life seeking vendetta against men. “Beloved sweetheart b...
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Be clear like water
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...bastard baby that is born in the nursery of Toshiko with the harmful force of the shadowy figure of her future destruction (Howe, Irving, and Illana, 86). The story, “A Woman like Me” takes a look at love that is detached and ironic. All the friends of the character move away as she reminds them of death. To them, she is that mirror in which they see their fear of death. Work Cited Howe, Irving and Illana, Howe. Short Shorts: Anthology of the Shortest Short Stories. Boston, MA: David R. Godine, 1982. Print Xi, Xi. A Woman Like Me. 1998. Print... The story “A Woman like Me” is a monologue of a young woman who is a mortician. She is an orphan who learnt the craftfrom her aunt. Her aunt has been single...
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La Misma Luna
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...bastard come here”. It is, therefore, certain that through costume designs immorality is brought to focus... La Misma Luna Film Analysis Introduction LaMisma Luna film presents self-sacrifice and hospitality for the good of others. The story of a young boy, Carlitos caught in the midst of strangers in an attempt to find her mother upon the death of her mother makes a significant part of the film. The director of the film presents this theme as interlaced with the illegal migration menace. In bringing out the theme, the film employs a number of elements that serves to create an artistic emphasis on the reality of the immigration. The film begins with a symbolic water thrashing sound effect. It is an...
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REFLECTIVE COMMENTRY-
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...Bastard! Come over here and we’ll give you a good kicking”. Fearing immediate violence, the mail worker left the place and reached his office. The statement was recorded by the Police Officials and case was registered under section 4 of Public Order Act (Amended by Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994). As per the act, the law states that according to section 42; it is an offense to use threatening, abusive or insulting words or behavior to someone else in the following cases... Fear or Provocation of Violence There were great personalities in the past whose main armory was non – violence through out their life for the betterment of humankind, yet violence is prevalent in most and almost every...
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Mary Tudor and Lady Jane Grey
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...bastard due to an annulled marriage with his first wife. So neither woman had a strong claim to the throne, but both became queen. The religious tumult of the time combined into the politics to make both Lady Jane Grey and Mary Tudor... The power of Mary Tudor and Lady Jane Grey was deeply rooted in the religious and political upheaval of the time. England’s royal family’s successionhas always been a tradition of rights and claims since William the Conqueror. Unless the King had a son, many claims could be made upon the throne from cousins, brothers, uncles, and so forth. The religious upheaval of the time also deeply impacted the power of both women. The ruler of England controlled the religion. Henry...
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Analysis and Interpretation of the Theme - The Bagman's Father
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...bastard and was disowned by his own father, after ages when they met even then he had a soft corner for him and despite all... ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION OF THE THEME- "The Bagman's Father" The Bagman's Father is play written by playwright Jeff Liss. This is basically a suspense based play which incorporates action, thrill and violence which combines emotions at a point. The story revolves around a bagman whose work is to carry, distribute and deliver money or any other document to the concerned person maintaining its confidentiality. This occupation is apparently not considered safe as it is illegal and requires dishonest officials. The play has been set at a local restaurant which has several...
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The Catcher in the Rye
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...bastard he ever met. "On Sundays, for instance, old Haas went around shaking hands with everybody's parents when they drove up to school. He'd be charming as hell and all. Except if some boy had a little old funny-looking parents" (Salinger, 14; ch. 2). Holden's experience... Day Month Year The Catcher in the Rye The disturbing behavior of the main character, Holden Caulfield can have different implications to the readers. His character can garner sympathy or it may alarm others. Some might be taken by his story but others might be appalled. Although Holden depicts a delinquent juvenile believed to be a disturbing influence on the youth, he is actually just a misunderstood and confused young man badly...
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Beat Generation
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...bastard", " a dirty white man" (31) an "Uncle Tom. . .Uncle Thomas Woolly-Head" (32). All this name-calling makes it seem that she is not lying as "always" (19) when she tells Clay that the topic of the day was "his manhood" (25). It would appear obvious to any rational observer that Lula cannot but have realized that she would provoke the young black man beyond control when she mocks him with these words about their conversation: " About what About your manhood, what do you think What do you think we have been talking about all this time (25) These words, her third significant statement, give the spectator an insight into her psyche and also into the possible cause of...
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Literary identity and its death in Hemingway's The Snows of Kilimanjaro
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...bastard” (Hemingway), and this phrase can also be used to describe Harry. He knows he can kill his literary identity with a materialistic lifestyle. To live with physical needs will only rot the soul, the core of his writing self, and yet Harry chooses them over a life of writing. Symbols of death support the theme of literary identity's death. The vultures... 14 December Literary Identity and its Death in Hemingway's The Snows of Kilimanjaro The Snows of Kilimanjaro (Snows) is said to be based on Ernest Hemingway's life, because like Harry, his literary stardom has brought material excesses too. This story is both praised and parodied for containing fragmented stories that revolutionized narrative...
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