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...Carol Social criticism is an important responsibility undertaken by the world renowned especially the novelists. Within this context, Charles Dickens’ novella named as A Christmas Carol deals with the social, historical and cultural features of England during the Victorian Period. While portraying the characters, Dickens employs creativity within the scenario of linguistics. In the novella, Dickens’ tone of writing changes from unhappiness to happiness. Besides, the style (literary hymn to Christmas season) and form (allegory) of the story are significant. On the other side, the usage of imagery is most helpful to have deeper understanding of the story and the characters in the work... ?A Christmas Carol ...
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Carol Gilligan
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...Carol Gilligan Running Head: Carol Gilligan Carol Gilligan and her Moral Development Theory Carol Gilligan 2 Carol Gilligan is an internationally acclaimed American feminist, ethicist, psychologist and prolific writer from New York. Her moral development theory has created immense interest all over the world because of its relevance in the contemporary world. This paper briefly analyses Carol Gilligan and her famous moral development theory. Introduction “Moral behavior means behavior in conformity with the moral code of the social group.’ Moral’ comes from the Latin word ‘mores’ meaning...
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A Christmas Carol
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...Carol The 1843 published ‘A Christmas Carol' is a celebrated novella by Charles Dickens, one of the most renowned writers of the 19th century. This novel portraits some of the innate virtues of human beings, like charity and love which many people hide behind their anger and lust for money. Ebenezer Scrooge, the leading character of this novel is a frigid miser who is exceedingly profit driven and wants the whole world to just leave him alone. Scrooge’s life is his business and it heeds little attention to charity or donations. Dickens gives an exact view of the bold character Scrooge as he describes, “No beggars implored him to bestow a trifle, no children... ? (Assignment) Book Review A Christmas Carol ...
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Joyce Carol Oates' Blonde
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...Carol Oates redraws the inner life of Norma Jeane Baker -the little fatherless women dependent tranquilizers and stimulants, the ill-fated actress and lover and his "Mirror Magic Friend", the blonde idolized the world became known as Marilyn Monroe.Blonde is not exclusively a story of a girl who is blonde. It is a reflection of gender in the society, what it means to be female, the roles, responsibilities and the expectations bequeathed. Being feminine comes with challenges, but it should not be a burden, it should be beautiful and adored. Oates released Corsets journalistic text re-narration of facts and true mastery created with a powerful... Blonde After an exhaustive documentation, Joyce Carol...
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Joyce Carol Oates' Blonde
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...Carol Oates redraws the inner life of Norma Jeane Baker -the little fatherless women dependent tranquilizers and stimulants, the ill-fated actress and lover and his "Mirror Magic Friend", the blonde idolized the world became known as Marilyn Monroe. "Dramatic, provocative and disturbingly suggestive Blonde is as explosive as its protagonist, the legendary Marilyn Monroe. In an impressionistic prose, High power Oates creates a surprising and poignant portrait of the legendary star of the society that created it, and you failed. ““Oates oozes testosterone and his latest book is aggressive and daring. Wants us to look to a mythical character with new eyes... Blonde After an exhaustive documentation, Joyce...
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Joyce Carol Oates
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...Carol Oates The change Born in 1938, Joyce’s writing was evident even at the age of 15 when her first novel was rejected due to its ‘dark’ wayof characterizing things. Joyce’s style appeared to be extraordinarily unfamiliar, and her gates of writing opened further after completing a master’s program at Wisconsin University. Her work showed a lot of creativity, and this showed the perfect relationship between humans, and also showing better approach to humankind in terms of rape, murder and mysterious existence. It is witnessed in Tucson case that the story is showing us the very unfamiliar life of a girl, which surrounds a life hidden under the pillow. These provide the evidence... formation...
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Feminist Ethics (CAROL GILLIGAN)
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...Carol Gilligan The points raised by Carol Gilligan in her work “Moral Orientation and Moral Development” remind me of the essence of understanding perspectives and creating sound judgments after thoughts which I believe must be carefully devoted to thorough learning of orientations unique to distinct individuals. On this ground, there exists sufficient basis to acknowledge that every human being is truly entitled to a personal statement or claim which necessarily differs from that of another in terms of origin and application. So it is normal to encounter people with strangely different views considering the diversity in socio-cultural factors... Analysis of “Moral Orientation and Moral Development” by...
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A Christmas Carol
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...Carol Introduction: This is a novella by Charles Dickens (1812-1870) about a curmudgeon and the ghosts who visit him on the eve of Christmas. The essence of the tale is supposed to be indictment of nineteenth century industrial capitalism. A narrow minded, miserly old man E. Scrooge is sitting in his counting house on Christmas Eve. What sort of an individual he was? Charles Dickens describes his credentials thus: “Oh! But he was a tight-fisted hand at the grind-stone, Scrooge! A squeezing, wrenching, grasping, scraping, clutching, covetous old sinner!” (Dickens, 1990, p, 2-3) The Plot: Scrooge’s nephew, Fred invites him to the annual Christmas party... of the past is not too happy...
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Foxfire by Joyce Carol Oates
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...Carol Oates Based on Foxfire by Joyce Carol Oates, the questions that I have about character motivation include: do characters get motivation through group pressure? How do gang relationships influence friendships among members? Does the leadership attributes of a person motivate others to follow him or her? On thematic purpose the questions I have include. Does character attributes contribute to the thematic structure of a text? How does setting contribute to thematic development? The text provides certain answers to the above questions. With regard to the questions on character motivation, the text provides that group pressure motivate characters to do certain things. It also... Foxfire by Joyce Carol ...
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Carol Gilligan and Difference Feminism
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...Carol Gilligan and Difference Feminism Carol Gilligan provides new ground in psychology, andshe challenges many psychologists with her theory on the benchmarks of personal and moral developments, which were drawn from male bias and do not apply to women. Gilligan relates women to men and suggests that women possess different moral principles and they follow different paths during their period of maturation. Gilligan brings her feminist view to challenge other psychologists such as Freud concerning the new life statement that states “The Personal is Political.” Focusing on the book “Difference Voice: Psychological Theory and Women’s Development,” Gilligan...
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A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
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...Carol 29 April 2009 Charles dickens is considered one of the best by many and his stories are still read with zeal by the people all across the globe. October 1843 was the year in which Dickens first started writing A Christmas Carol and he completed the same in the end of November. A Christmas Carol is arguably the most famous work of Charles Dickens and he could not get any sponsors to sponsor his book and in the end decided to shell out money himself. It proved a very beneficial deal as the book became an instant hit among the people A Christmas Carol is a very touching play that has characters with very different traits, Tim, Scrooge, Marley are some of the most interesting... s A Christmas Carol...
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A Christmas Carol by Chales Dickens
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...Carol by "Charles Dickens" due: Life is sometimes difficult, denying people the opportunity to make merry. Poverty is a significant prevalence in some communities. Poverty has a lot of impact on the social, political and economic perspective. In a way, poverty prompts change as people try to overcome it. The lives of the average working class between 1830 to 1950 took a different direction. This implies that the working class embraced poverty and struggling situation in a positive manner. Despite this situation, family love was maintained in the social order. The normal problems found in a common family setup were there. The problems included poverty, overwork and insanitary housing... A Christmas Carol...
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Relationship Analysis in A Christmas Carol
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...Carol The relationship analysis done in this paper is about the characters Ebenezer Scrooge and Jacob Marley from the book ‘A Christmas Carol’ written by Charles Dickens. The context and manner of communication is highly important in describing the relationship between two individuals. In interpersonal communication, the manner of communication is defined by the overall context and this is what explains the relationship between the individuals. In books, the tone of communication is enough to describe the relationship between two characters and the author does not need to explain the relationship separately. The analysis in this paper will be done in a similar... ? Relationship Analysis in A Christmas...
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I, the Juror by Joyce Carol Oates
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...Carol Oates “I, the Juror” by Joyce Carol Oates is a thought-provoking essay on the judiciary system seen through the discerning eyes of a juror, who in this case is the author herself. It is a disturbing and starkly realistic essay which strips away commonly held beliefs and myths pertaining to the dispensation of justice and the role of the juror, while laying bare the bones of a hopelessly flawed judiciary system. According to Oates, the jurors were repeatedly told that their sole duty was to “judge the facts” (1147). However the facts are presented to the jurors as isolated nuggets of information from the contradictory, confused... Chapel 14 September 2006 “I, the Juror” by Joyce Carol Oates “I,...
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Philip Larkin and Carol Anne Duffy
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...Carol Anne Duffy have employed suspicion of grandiose rhetoric as an operating principle in their poems THE USE OF SUSPICION OF GRANDIOSE RHETORIC ON POEMS Introduction Language is a vital part of any written piece. In poems, both classical and modern, language does not only play as the main sender of the message to the readers. Moreover, the type of language used in written pieces of art stand as the main attraction that creates a fine impression upon the level of understanding and "feel" of the art that has been presented to them by the authors through their poems or other kinds of written art. In the poems of Larkin and Duffy, they both utilized... Examine the way in which Philip Larkin and Carol...
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A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
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...Carol by Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol isa tale on the subject of change. It is a quite simple story based on an intervallic narrative composition in which all of the major chapters have a clear, fixed symbolic connotation. Dickens' much-loved short story A Christmas Carol was printed in 1843, along with the purpose of getting the attention of the reader to the dilemma of England's underprivileged people. In the story, Dickens furtively joins a fairly roundabout picture of poverty experienced by the deprived with a pitiful, sentimental festivity of the season of Christmas. The heartless character of the frugal Ebenezer Scrooge, who pours his... ? A Christmas Carol ...
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A Christmas Carol by Charles Dikens
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...Carol: Scrooge’s Character Development Ebenezer Scrooge is the lead character of the wildly famous short story, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. He was portrayed as selfish, cold-hearted and one who does not like Christmas. It was not clear what kind of job Scrooge has; only that it is something to with money which involves the exploitation of the poor and the disdain that came with it. The development of Scrooge’s character was illustrated by the three ghosts: Past, Present and Future, who each took turns in narrating his background, psychological profile as well as his experiences in the timeline represented by each. The Past Ghost talked about Scrooge’s boyhood, love life as well... A Christmas...
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I, the Juror by Joyce Carol Oates
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...Carol Oates "I, the Juror" by Joyce Carol Oates is a thought-provoking essay on the judiciary system seen through the discerning eyes of a juror, who in this case is the author herself. It is a disturbing and starkly realistic essay which strips away commonly held beliefs and myths pertaining to the dispensation of justice and the role of the juror, while laying bare the bones of a hopelessly flawed judiciary system. According to Oates, the jurors were repeatedly told that their sole duty was to "judge the facts" (1147). However the facts are presented to the jurors as isolated nuggets of information from the contradictory, confused... Chapel 14 September 2006 "I, the Juror" by Joyce Carol Oates "I,...
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Joyce Carol Oates' in the region of ice
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...Carol Oate’s story “In the Region of Ice” is typical of her technique of writing, it stands alone from her other works because of its psychoanalytical approach to interpreting a nun’s life that is repressed by the rigid religiosity of the religious system of the society. Apparently the story seems to tell the story of a nun whose instincts were aroused by a mentally troubled boy. But whether the nun’s favoritism for the psychotic boy is to be characterized as her love and passion may engender controversy. One may argue that her favoritism is to be viewed as her passion for her own “male” image that she finds in her indomitable student... “In the Region of Ice The Story of the Repressed Nun Though Joyce...
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Gender and psychology in Carol Ann Duffy's poems
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...Carol Ann Duffy. Introduction: Writing about Carol Ann Duffy during my MA studies in 2006 encouraged me to pursue my research about her. Moreover, I was overwhelmed knowing that recently she has become Great Britain’s first woman Poet Laureate. Because of my passion for her poetry, I propose to write about the topics she addressed that are related to gender, psychology, history and society. Born in Glasgow in 1955, Carol Ann Duffy perceived herself as a disoriented being because of her Scottish roots. She has revealed her concern about the less fortunate in society, and has become known for her poetry of dramatic monologues... An Analysis of the Female Characters and Various Personae in the Poems of...
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Summary of Joyce Carol Oates's Is This the Promised End
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...Carol Oates's "Is This the Promised End In the article under analysis Joyce Carol Oates proposes a unique interpretation of the tragedy unveiling deep psychological and moral experience of the main characters. The author states that the awakening of the King is closely connected with self-understanding and self-clarification of his personality. The thesis of the article is that the King Lear is caught between "self" and "other", the finite and the infinite, and only the ability to overcome these psychological states helps him to see the eternal truth. King Lear is hooked by his own imagination, and hidden psychological problems. He could not rely on his common sense and did not see... Summary of Joyce...
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A Christmas Carol - how the novel criticizes the Victorian Society
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...CAROL: HOW THE NOVEL CRITICIZES THE GREED /SELFISHNESS OF THE VICTORIAN SOCIETY An assessmentof the Victorian Society, A Christmas Carol is an amazing novel by Charles Dickens who openly expresses to the readers the wrongs of the Victorian Society; lack of Christian values, discrimination, capitalism, hatred, lust and greed. The novel is based t the Christmas time, as it is meant to be an occasion of happiness, love and generosity to the people, especially to those who are not as fortunate as others. The novel focuses on the ill mannered and bad tempered character of Ebenezer Scrooge who later in the novel transforms into a loving, kind and generous old man. The huge discrimination... A CHRISTMAS...
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Rape, a Love Story by Joyce Carol Oates
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...Carol Oates is a beautiful novella that elevates the status of her protagonist, Teena Maguire, to a heroine. The brutal rape of Teena by gang of men implicates two men namely Lloyd Pick, Marvyn Pick, and Fritz Haaber. This shocking... Rape: A Love Story Exacting revenge in the aftermath of a rape case is justified action according to Oates’s story Rape, A Love Story. This is because it counters the insensitivity of the justice system that usually fails to help rape victims such as Teena Maguire who is gang raped in the presence of her 12-year old daughter, Bethie. The essay, thus, will demonstrate the guilt that haunts Droomor for the murders of the suspected rapists. Rape, A Love Story by Joyce Carol ...
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Carol Vukelich
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...? Donald Richgels First Donald Richgels Donald Richgels is currently a Emeritus in the Department of Literacy Education at Northern Illinois University. Here he teaches courses in language development, language arts, and reading. Dr. Richgels has all through his distinguished career had research interests in the area of preschool and kindergarten classroom practice as well as the relationship between spoken language acquisition and literacy development. He holds a PhD in curriculum and instruction-reading for which he wrote a dissertation on“Second, third and fourth graders comprehension of spoken and written complex sentences”. Dr. Richgels is w a widely published writer and has numerous... Donald...
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Organizational Behaviour: Carol Brown and Bruce Ford's case
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...Carol Brown and Bruce Ford should leave the organisation, the causes of any dysfunctional conflict in thelocal government team would disappear. A critical analysis of the case study shows that Bruce has been overlooked for promotion as a result of his lower academic credentials despite the fact that he has stayed longer in the organisation. On the other hand, Carol Brown is also facing the same predicament as Bruce and this is the reason why they are bent on scuttling all the efforts to improve services offered by the department to the customers. In fact, these two people are pulling their efforts in a completely different direction from the other team... ?To a larger extent, it can be said that if Carol ...
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Contextual Analysis of Joyce Carol Oates' Short Stort
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...Carol Oates An individual’s character and his/her attitude could be shaped by his/her self-image. Thus, in a way, self- image can even build or destroy the confidence of the individual. It is this self-image and it has an negative on the central protagonist is only depicted in the short story titled “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” written by Joyce Carol Oates. Connie, the protagonist of the story, is an adolescent girl, aiming to utilize her pretty looks to create an impression on young boys. It this awareness about her looks that causes trouble to Connie. Connie is pleased with the fact that boys are attracted towards... ?Contextual Analysis-What are you going, where have you been? by Joyce...
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Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been by Joyce Carol Oates
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...Carol Oates The short story “Where Are You Going, WhereHave You Been” by Joyce Carol Oates is replete with literary elements that could be evaluated in greater depth and detail. One would hereby present a more intensive analysis of the characters in the story, as well as an assessment of their exhibited behavior. Likewise, one would also present the connection between Arnold Friend and Bob Dylan, as well as the social revolution that is being exemplified through the characters and events that evolved. The character of Connie is very dynamic and carefully crafted. Actually, her character epitomizes the typical teenager of contemporary times... June 5, Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been by Joyce...
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Contextual Analysis-What are you going, where have you beenby Joyce Carol Oates
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...Carol Oates An individual’s character and his/her attitude could be shaped byhis/her self-image. Thus, in a way, self- image can even build or destroy the confidence of the individual. It is this self-image and it has an negative on the central protagonist is only depicted in the short story titled “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” written by Joyce Carol Oates. Connie, the protagonist of the story, is an adolescent girl, aiming to utilize her pretty looks to create an impression on young boys. It this awareness about her looks that causes trouble to Connie. Connie is pleased with the fact that boys are attracted towards... Contextual Analysis-What are you going, where have you been? by Joyce...
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Where Are You Going Where Have You Been by Joyce Carol Oates
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...Carol Oates named Where Are You Going Where Have You Been This story was first published in the Fall issue of Epoch magazine in 1966. It was highly acclaimed in its time and was a part of the The Best American Short Stories in 1967 and the O Henry Award Winners in 1968. This story narrates the sexual advances in the midst of a time that represents the idea and philosophy of the beat culture along with its attempt to change and ignore all traditional concepts. However, what comes out of the story is the lust of Arnold and the opportunity to blend the nihilist... WHERE ARE YOU GOING WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN The focal point of the paper is to present an analysis and evaluation of the short story by Joyce Carol...
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Where are You Going Where Have you been by Joyce Carol
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...Carol Oates of Institution Date of Submission Where are You Going Where Have you been ‘Where are You Going Where Have you been?’ is a short story by Joyce Carol Oates that was first published in 1966. The setting of the story is the 1960’s American society which was a time when many social conventions were being challenged. The story is based on a true story of a serial killer (Charles Schmid) who had charmed his victims before killing them. The serial killer’s story was most notable not because of the murder that he committed but because he was helped by teenagers who can be considered ‘normal or ordinary... An Analysis of the Short Story, “Where are You Going Where Have you been?” by Joyce Carol Oates ...
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Analytic essay of joyce carol oates's where are you going, where have you been
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...carol Oates describes the psychological and social turmoil of adolescents that aroused during the 1960s in ‘Where are you going, where have you been?’ The story is demonstrated through the life of the central character Connie, a fifteen year old teenager, who leads a pleasant life with her family. As a cultural document of 1960s, the story exposes the deterioration of innocent America and it reveals the hard- edged, troublesome times. The story gives some relevant hints about the powerlessness and vulnerability of women trapped by their egotism. During 1960s, America had witnessed number of social and political crisis like assassination of Kennedy... Where are you going, where have you been? Joyce carol...
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The Fairytale Elements of Joyce Carol Oates Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been
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...Carol Oates’ “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” Though modern ideas of fairytales and fairytale connotations are primarily based upon a narrative of one-dimensional characters, good versus evil plots and happy endings, this is in fact quite different from the original fairytale premise. Instead, the darker fables of the Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Anderson are more akin to the original idea of a fairytale (Murphy). These stories were based upon multi-dimensional protagonists embarking on journeys which did not always necessarily end well. In this vein, Oates’ “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” displays a fundamental fairytale... fairytale allusions. The idea of a...
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How does the main protagonist in a christmas carol change throghout the text
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...Carol This essay is on the famous Charles Dickens’ book called A Christmas Carol. Over here, I will be analyzing the main character’s, Ebenezer Scrooge’s, change in personality which occurs throughout the book due to the various events which take place in it. His character transforms from being a mean, miserly person to a generous, happy benefactor. There will also be a focus on exploring the type of language used in the book by the author, how it is effective in portraying the characters and the atmosphere. His writing style will also be evaluated to consider what role it plays in telling the story and how the imagery helps the reader to understand... describing Scrooge, Charles Dickens uses...
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How does Scrooge's character change in A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
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...Carol by Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol is a tale on the subject of change. It is a quite simple story based on an intervallic narrative composition in which all of the major chapters have a clear, fixed symbolic connotation. Dickens much-loved short story A Christmas Carol was printed in 1843, along with the purpose of getting the attention of the reader to the dilemma of Englands underprivileged people. In the story, Dickens furtively joins a fairly roundabout picture of poverty experienced by the deprived with a pitiful, sentimental festivity of the season of Christmas. The heartless character of the frugal Ebenezer Scrooge, who pours his heart... A Christmas...
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Women and Society in Carol Harlsen's The Devil in the Shape of a Woman
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...Carol F. The Devil in the Shape of a Woman: Witchcraft in Colonial America. New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1987. Women and Society in Carol Harlsen’s The Devil in the Shape of a Woman In a detailed documentary study of the 1692 Salem witch trials, Carol Karlsen offers an insightful and challenging interpretation on the role of women and gender in seventeenth century New England. Devil in the Shape of a Woman: Witchcraft in Colonial America (1987) centres on the outbreak of witch accusations, which started in the middle of the seventeenth century among settlers in New England, as a result of the anti-witch hysteria, which was already spreading throughout continental Europe... and religion. It...
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A Christmas Carol- Which of the three Spirits is the most influential in Scrooges transformation
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...Carol: Scrooge’s Epiphany In his preface to the novel A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickenswrites: “I have endeavoured, in this Ghostly little book, to raise the Ghost of an Idea, which shall not put my readers out of humour with themselves, with each other, with the season, or with me. May it haunt their houses pleasantly, and no one wish to lay it” (Dickens, 2004). This sums up the theme of his story. Dickens writing often portrays his own childhood and this novel in particular reflects on many aspects of his painful past, mainly his father’s imprisonment due to unpaid debt and his mother making him work in a boot-blacking factory. The novel sheds light on the essence and spirit... of the...
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Flight by Doris Lessing and Kiss Miss Carol by Farrukh Dhondy
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...Carol are twoshort two short stories that, though in different settings and time, largely bring out the theme of family relationship, cultural differences and the essence of rites of passage- stories revolving around growing up, moving on and changes in life. In the story flight,the main character is an anonymous old man who rears pigeons for a living. Hisqualmsare over the impending marriage of hisgrandchild, Alice to Steven (Lessing 2004). In the past, he has witnessed all his other granddaughters move out of his home, get married and grow up. In a way, he is quite possessive of his... ? Contrast and Compare ‘Flight’ By Doris Lessing and ‘Kiss Miss Carol’by Farrukh Dhondy. Task Flight and Kiss Miss...
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Character Analysis of the Short Story Mrs. Turner Cutting the Grass by Carol Shields
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...Carol Shields about Mrs. Turner in this short story titled, “Mrs. Turner Cutting the Grass,” and this sums up the life of Mrs. Turner, the protagonist of this story. Her life is a blend of irony, surprises and also some mystery to which only she and her sisters have access. The story begins with Mrs. Turner mowing her lawn and the various reactions this mundane chore elicits form her neighbor and the passersby. But with a deft turn of phrase, the author takes us into the past life of this innocuous widow, who lived in a flat board house in the suburbs of Winnipeg. As the past history... Mrs. TURNER CUTTING THE GRASS Order No. 254083 No. of pages: 4 Premium 6530 “All she’s done is living her life”’ s...
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A Christmas Carol has been described as a fairy tale and a bleak portrayal of life in Victorian Britain
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...Carol has been described as a fairy tale and a bleak portrayal of life in Victorian Britain Introduction Fairy tales had been a far reaching tradition propagating from ancient history of world literature. Even after the trumpets of modern philosophies had been blown and all previous patterns changed their norms, fairy tales never lost their popularities among regular audiences. Consisting a structure and content quite similar to fairy tales A Christmas Carol has been able to achieve a popularity among natives that is due mostly to traditional fairy tales. During Victorian era, dickens was most proficient author and A Christmas carol is placed among one of his best and most widely read... ?A Christmas...
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The Lady with the Pet Dog by Anton Chekov and Lady with the Pet Dog by Joyce Carol Oates
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...Carol Oates 4 Conclusion 6 Works Cited 8 Introduction Some stories or pieces of art bear a tremendous capacity to influence other literature even after a long time. Such is the case, when one delineates with the plot, setting and characters of the two great stories conceived at different eras but having much similarity between them. Yet, there are differences which can be potently located within the stories, “The Lady with the Pet Dog” by Anton Chekov and “Lady with the Pet Dog” by Joyce Carol Oates. The story... ?A Comparison/ Contrast Essay Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Thesis ment 3 Comparison and Contrast of the Story “The Lady with the Pet Dog” from Anton Chekov and Joyce...
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Joyce Carol Oates Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been
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...Carol Oates “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” Analysis Oates Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? is astory that narrates of psychological effects of feeling rejected involving the character Connie. The story is a narration of the way one may act in a weird behavior with such actions justified by the mental conflict that such a character has undergone in their lives. Connie portrays a reaction of internal conflict; as 15 years old girl, Connie has a “quick, nervous giggling habit,” which entails bending her neck to look at the mirror or look at the face of others as a way of increasing her self-worth and confidence (Oates, 25). This makes Connie to give in to forces... College Joyce Carol ...
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...Carol Oates "Where are you going, where have you been" can be explained by the author’s positioning of Arnold Friend as an imaginative figure representing either a lover, a nightmare, a devil, a dream or other possible images. What is so special about this character and who he really is? The character is so bizarre that the author cannot properly identify him herself. In our essay we would focus on his demonic characteristics that signify that Arnold Friend is the Devil. Nevertheless, it would be relevant to note that interpretation of the Devil should... ? Literary Analysis: Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? Introduction A great interest of the contemporaries to the short story by Joyce Carol...
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Essay 1: Carol Berkin, Revolutionary Mothers: Women in the Struggle for America's Independence
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...Carol Berkin, Revolutionary Mothers: Women in the Struggle for America’s Independence Introduction One rarely hears about a symposium being held on the subject, “Men-their role in the society.” Such discussions are mostly about women. Women can be equal to the tasks being performed by men. Notwithstanding the persecutions that she suffers at every stage of life, not only in the traditional societies, but even in the progressive ones, her sacrifices when the occasion demands, are great. Woman is not equal to man, but more equal! She has shown her capacity to challenge the complex roles, hitherto not performed by her, when historical necessities... History and Political Science, Essay Topic: Essay Carol...
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Where are you going, where are you from - Joyce Carol Oats
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...Carol Oates tells us a disturbing story that involves an unknown stranger who apparently has supernatural powers. What I thought was most interesting about the story was the way in which Connie reacted to Arnold Friend, and the way in which she interacted with her mother. Connie seems to have a strained relationship with her mother, since she is always being told that she’s full of herself and that she should be more like her sister. But at the same time, there seems to be a sort of bond between the two of them, like her mother used to be the same was once and understands what she is going through, and that Connie somehow knows this and so... In “Where are you Going, Where are you from,” Joyce Carol...
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Cultural Norm Assignment cultural anthropology using book by carol r. ember Melvin Ember
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...Carol, and Ember, Melvin. Cultural anthropology. New Jersey, NJ: Prentice Hall, 2010. Print. Haviland, William. Cultural anthropology: The human challenge. Belmont, CA: Cengage Learning, 2010. Print. Timby, Barbara. Fundamental nursing skills and concepts. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009. Print.... norm assignment Introduction Culture refers to ideas, values, and practices that are collectively held by a group of people and can uniquelydistinguish the group from another collection of people and forms a basis for understanding people. In this paper, I explore the concept of culture, its characteristics, significance of its understanding among anthropologists, and then explore cultural norms in a practical set up. Understanding cult...
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Essay 1: Carol Berkin, Revolutionary Mothers: Women in the Struggle for America's Independence
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...Carol Berkin, Revolutionary Mothers: Women in the Struggle for America’s Independence The America revolution was fuelledby England attempt to institute coercive laws in America. In this law, England government proposed the closure of port of Boston, forcing colonist to house more troops in their country, and minimising self-governance in some regions like Mississippi. Consequently, America responded by attacking French troops as well as instituting Continental Congress. The war was as well enforced and motivated by the ever-increasing revolution ideologies that were castigated by United States of America female and male inhabitants. Although initially America women did not...
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Essay 1: Carol Berkin, Revolutionary Mothers: Women in the Struggle for America's Independence
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...Carol Berkin gave audience to the American womenwho took part during their revolution. The revolutionary mothers, as described by Berkin were affected by the war in different ways; the poor, rich, loyalists and patriots faced the challenge. Berkin portrays the war through the women’s actions; their racial difference does not matter. From her writing, Berkin neither illustrates the war in a black nor white perspective; she describes it in a bad and evil scenario, as well as, the extent in which the mothers struggled to endure suffering. Berkin admires the women’s intelligence, strength and courage, as well as, their resourceful... Revolutionary Mothers: Women in the Struggle for America’s Independence...
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Where are you going, where have you been joyce carol oates
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...carol Oates “Where are you going where have you been” is a story written by Joyce Oates in the 1960s. The story is about an older man whose intention is to hurt teenage girls. The teenage girl Connie was raised in a decent family. However, he ended up having a miserable life after fighting for freedom. The girl is obsessed with her looks and popular culture which landed her into problems (Oates 17). She makes fun of older people and constantly argues with her mother because she wanted freedom. In the story, Connie represents the dangers of rebellion, feminism, and allusion of teenagers in the mid 1960’s. 1964 (Civil Right Act) The story is reflection... “Where are you going where have you been” Joyce...
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Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been by Joyce Carol Oates
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...Carol Oates Part Joyce Oates does a wonderful job in her short story “where are you going, where have you been”. The title of the story is questionable and leaves many readers with open question as whether Connie left with the two strangers. Connie the main character is a teenage girl who is expressed as undergoing adolescent challenges. The father is exposed as an I don’t care character that is ignorant of her daughter’s characters and behavior. Connie’s best friend father is also expressed in a similar way by the author by the fact that he drives the girls to go and have fun but fails to question what happened while out... Literary Analysis Essay “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been,” by Joyce...
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Comapare how relationships are presented in Before you were mine and Anne Hathaway by Carol Ann Duffy
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...Carol Ann Duffy And Relationships. Introduction: Carol Ann Duffy is a famous poet of British origin. She is not only a poet but also a well-known playwright of the modern times. Carol has performed in some of the leading theatres of the city. The language in her poem is so easy and flawless that her poems largely became famous in schools and colleges. She debated over various issues of everyday life in her poetry. The topics of her poetry vary from gender to violence, relationships to obsession. In short she tried to cover some of very heart-touching narrations in her writings. The element of love and memory is the trademark of her work....
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