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Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll
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...Lewis Carroll/ Dodgson's expressions and attempt at directing the interpretations of the reader. The author may well be saying enjoy it for what it is on the face of it if you are very young, find the deeper meaning as you grow older, choose your interpretation but above all enjoy its aesthetics for I enjoyed writing it! -------------------------------------------------------... meaning to her. It is clear then, that there is more to the poem than was earlier understood by Alice (and the reader). The story takes over once more and the readers happily go on to the other episodes and to the end of one of the most popular books in the English language. So powerful is Carroll/...
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Children's literature - Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, Lewis Carroll Short story
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...Lewis Carroll represented a body that was, for many people, unable to produce a long sentence without stammering, let alone publish one of the greatest children’s literature of all times. Howbeit, in face of all complications and impossibilities, Lewis Carroll possessed an imaginative and immensely creative mind, which was the sole reason for the production of Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland. This story is about a girl Alice (based on the author’s child friend Alice Liddell) who is shown to be following a white rabbit to a hole, which is a doorway to the wonderland... Theories and Attitudes Regarding Children – Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland Undoubtedly one of the shy Mathematical teachers at Oxford,...
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Lewis Carroll's Photographs
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...Lewis Carroll’s Photographs The Victorian era marked the beginning of a new literary market whose sole objective canbe said to have been the entertainment of children (Foulkes 11). Lewis Carroll took his famous photographs in this era and, in order to market his literary works, sought to identify misconceptions long held by adults about children. Discovering that most literary artists did not consider real children, he set out to discern the characteristics that defined children in the 19th century. For most artists and writers in this era, the child was normally a shadow of the adult, meaning that they were portrayed as...
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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
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...Lewis Carroll, is one of the celebrated of English literature who continues to appeal to the children of the modern world. He is renowned especially for his Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865), the masterpiece of children's nonsense fiction, which deals with some of the most remarkable themes. The novel is also popular for its thematic concerns and it incorporates beautiful allusions to the novelist's friends and enemies. The major themes of the novel such as the growth into adulthood and finding of one's identity reflect the situation in the Victorian England. "Throughout her adventures Alice... essential themes of the novel by Lewis Carroll is the...
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Kill a mocking bird 1.4.1
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...Lewis Carroll I selected Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland because it is a ic that is still being re-imagined today in many forms. Despite the numerous derivative works that have been developed over the years since its original publication, the story offers enough variation that newer projects such as the recent Tim Burton movie still have many new facets that were not seen in earlier movies. I am also curious to read the original dialogue, in order to be able to compare both the wording and the spirit to the later movies. Many movies change portions of the story that are integral to its original meaning, and I especially want to know... Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll I...
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Human and Animal Interrelationships from Domestication to Preset
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...Lewis Carroll The book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland ed by Lewis Carroll exposes extensive human and animal interrelationships from domestication and is highly relevant in the analysis of the provided topic. The selection of the book is highly imperative since it exposes Alice (human) Who is wise prepubescent girl coming from a wealthy English relations who finds herself in an eccentric world ruled by essence of imagination and entailed fantasy. Alice feels very comfortable with her distinctiveness and has a high sense that her surrounding is comprised of clear or logical, and dependable rules and features. On the other hand, Cheshire cat exposes a unique... Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by...
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English - Literary Criticism
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...Lewis Carroll has a unifying social message, one that everybody can understand. When events seem to be too bizarre to comprehend, or, in other words, become events where somebody might say “you can't make this stuff up,” then one may say that the events are through the looking glass. At the same time, the passage speaks to the universal desire to be somewhere else, become somebody else, and inhabit another world. Perhaps... ? Terry Eagleton (1984) sees literary criticism as something which goes well beyond literary issues, in that criticism should be directed towards a message about the whole culture. For him, culture and politics are related, as are poetry and social life, and language is related to...
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IB THEATRE COURSEWORK - The practical performance proposal
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...Lewis Carroll because it provides a dramatist, extreme freedom for interpretation. In my view, it is an allegorical literary work depicting the freedom of imagination. Also, in Jabberwocky, there is an urge to attain a language beyond language, which is the wish of every human being. The objective of this production is to show the audience, how much we fear the creations of our own imagination and thereby limit our imagination to the mundane. The verses that are repeated in the end of the poem, to me, are a reassurance that there is no end for imagination. As this interpretation demands... First Section: Pitch I would like to make a production based on the legendary poem, ‘Jabberwocky’ written by Lewis...
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Comparison of two Non-sense Children Texts
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...Carroll Lewis, titled Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. Search for Order in the Disorder Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are. Up above the world so high, Like a diamond in the sky. Twinkle, twinkle, little star, How I wonder what you are (Lewis, Carroll, 1865) This is a nursery rhyme that a child learns from his parents, teachers and grandparents. If you ask... Comparison of two Non-sense Children Texts Introduction If nonsense writing is about the tension between order and disorder, order ultimately prevails. This paper will examine this statement with reference to two nonsense texts for children. These texts are Edward Lear’s Book of Nonsense and the poem by...
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Advertisement Critique
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...Lewis Carroll in his very famous work "Alice in the Wonderland" to illustrate the difficulty faced by advertisers aiming to be innovative and creative thereby invoking the shock factor amongst their marketing gimmicks in keeping their work in context and relevant while at the same time being unable to estimate their own direction and stance in relation to the marketing research for the consumer base of the product. Would you tell me, please Which way I ought to go from here" "That depends a good deal on where you want to get to," said the Cat. "I don't much care where... Advertisement Critique At the outset it is worth beginning the critique with a very wise (and humorous) quote from the genius...
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Images by Mann, especially her family picture series, and carrell
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...Lewis Carroll was a photographer and an English born in 27 January, 1832 in United Kingdom, Dares bury. He died on 14 January 1898 in Guilford United Kingdom. He was the eldest brother of ten children (Lewis 2011). He was fascinated and interested in writing and creating games in his early life. He is renowned for writing ‘Through the Glass’ and ‘Alice in Wonderland’. Through this works he acquired notary recognition and popularity across the world and among his peers. He attended Roxbury school in 1846 where he excelled in is academic work and later on moved to Oxford university. He received many awards for his academic achievements in...
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Analyse and criticize an attached advertissement
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...Lewis Carroll in his very famous work “Alice in the Wonderland” to illustrate the difficulty faced by advertisers aiming to be innovative and creative thereby invoking the shock factor amongst their marketing gimmicks in keeping their work in context and relevant while at the same time being unable to estimate their own direction and stance in relation to the marketing research for the consumer base of the product. Would you tell me, please? Which way I ought to go from here?" "That depends a good deal on where you want to get to," said the Cat. "I dont much care where... Advertisement Critique At the outset it is worth beginning the critique with a very wise (and humorous) quote from the genius Lewis...
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Alice in Wonderland
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...Lewis Carroll (1832 - 1898). It is deceptive to perceive it as a piece of children's literature as it contains many themes and the language play gives rise to miscommunication. This essay argues that Carroll deliberately used language devices not to cause miscommunication but to communicate even more effectively. The essay will explore how miscommunication is actually more communication by examining Carroll's use of jokes, puns, parodies, riddles and satires. At a casual reading, Alice in Wonderland seems to be a novel about literary nonsense. This essay questions... . On the other hand, he is trying to imply that he does not feel the human emotion of queer because he is not a human. In...
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Human Anatomy
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...Lewis Carroll, however, didn't think of that - though he did spin a fascinating web of fiction that compelled millions to hold their beating breath till the end of a very interesting story. In order to figure out the nature of physiologic adaptations that her body underwent after the shrinkage, proper consideration of a few cardinal factors becomes necessary, thereby helping the body to run as normally as possible with minimal or no discomfort. Basal Metabolic Rate... Human Anatomy The fact that Alice shrank was fantasy; but it is quite intriguing to know, how that ten year old girl shrinking to almost one-hundredth of her usual size did manage to carry out the usual bodily functions in a perfect way....
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Essay 1: Close Reading
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...Carroll, L. (1865). Alices adventures in Wonderland. Retrieved from https://www.adobe.com/be_en/active-use/pdf/Alice_in_Wonderland.pdf Rougeau, R.N. (2005). Alice’s shadow: Childhood and agency in Lewis Carroll’s photography, illustrations, and Alice texts. Dissertation. Louisiana State University. Retrieved from http://etd.lsu.edu/docs/available/etd-04042005-092947/unrestricted/Rougeau_dis.pdf Woolf, J. (2010). The mystery of Lewis Carroll: Discovering the whimsical, thoughtful, and sometimes lonely man who created Alice in Wonderland. New York: St. Martin’s Press.... Off with Society’s Head!” Carroll’s (1865) Innocent, but Determined and Independent, Little Alice in Alices Adventures in Wonderland...
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Mary Edmonia Lewis: Art, Gender, and Ethnicity
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...Lewis’ endeavor in the realm of neoclassical art subjected her to a fierce struggle against men, particularly during an era when society derides women --- especially a black woman --- who competes against men in what people consider “man’s world.” (Green & Love-Carroll, 1996, p.16 and Buick... ?Running head: MARY EDMONIA LEWIS Mary Edmonia Lewis: The Obscurity, Novelty, and Talent of the Child of the Fire MARY EDMONIA LEWIS 2 Mary Edmonia Lewis: The Obscurity, Novelty, and Talent of the Child of the Fire Purpose of Research It is a personal interest to research on Lewis as the famous sculptor is of a similar descent --- Indian American mixed with African American race. It is well known that several...
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Mary Edmonia Lewis: Art, Gender, and Ethnicity
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...LEWIS 3 References Appiah, A., & Gates, H. L. (2005). Africana: The encyclopedia of the African and African American experience. New York: Oxford University Press, 1154. Durgans, C. E. (January 01, 1995). Edmonia Lewis. National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center Newsletter, 6. Green, R. L., & Love-Carroll, D. M. (1996). A salute to historic Black women. Chicago: Empak Pub. Co., 16 Harris, J. (2000). The Black-Indian connection in art: American portraits, soulscapes and spirit works. Hampton, Va: Hampton University Museum, 3-40 Holland, J. M. (January 01, 2000). Mary Edmonia Lewis's Minnehaha: Gender, race and the...
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Mary Edmonia Lewis: Art, Gender, and Ethnicity
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...LEWIS Outline and Resources Report: Mary Edmonia Lewis Running head: MARY EDMONIA LEWIS 2 Outline and Resources Report: Mary Edmonia Lewis I. Introduction / Thesis Statement A. Had Mary Edmonia Lewis decided to accept the destiny fated to women of her circumstances, the world would not have known the colorful life that made a solid impact to the art world, the blacks, the natives, and the women in general. B. Edmonia is an offspring of a freed slave and a native Indian woman (Peck, 2007, p.13). C. Women of color had limited choices during her time (Green & Love-Carroll, 1996, p.16). D. She had a mysterious attempted murder case against her (Wilson, 2008) E... Running head: MARY EDMONIA...
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Alice in Wonderland (2010)
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...Lewis Carroll and Linda Woolverton, the film got released in 2010. This movie is made in Burton’s mystical and dismal style. It features the well known Hollywood stars like Johnny Depp, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, Crispin Glover, Michael Sheen, Stephen Fry and a fresh face Mia Wasikowska as Alice... of the template where the film review appears. Just after the abstract and before the quote a 3-4 minutes video of trailers might be uploaded to make the material attractive. Works Cited 1. Carroll, Lewis, Alice in Wonderland. Digital Scanning Inc. 2007 2. Alice in Wonderland, Dir. Tim Burton. Perf. Johnny Depp, Mia Wasikowska, Michael Sheen. Ed. Linda...
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Literature
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...Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland The children’s fiction from the 19th century to the present day offers one with classic examples of fantasy, adventure and realism on the one hand; on the other hand, most of these novels do convey certain ideologies that the author propagates or that a careful reader can infer from the text. Most people tend to equate children’s fiction based on their qualities and modes of fantasy, fairy tale, animal fiction, folk tale and mythology. However, Children fictions such as Stevensons Treasure Island, Lewis Alices Adventures in Wonderland, and Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels offer vast amount of ideological dimensions to the reader... Critical Reading on...
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Alice in Wonderland is a book that appeals to children and adults alike
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...Lewis Carroll are not alone in appealing to both children and adults. Indeed, those stories that have at least nominally been written as children's works tend to survive and last for decades when they do appeal to adults as well. The works of AA Milne, CS Lewis and more recently JK Rowling can be put in the same category. They are enjoyable and entertaining for children, but also (often on a different level) for adults as well. _____________________________________ Works Cited Carroll, Lewis. Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass. Everyman's Library, New York: 1992.... Anna Vo Prof. Kicki Essay Due 13/2/07 Alice in Wonderland is one the most enduring...
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Analysis of the poem The Jabberwocky
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...lewis carroll Introduction An analysis of the jabberwockyis all about looking into the most important thing in the poem which is the giant monster foe. This leads to the central force present within the poem by giving the heroes present in the poem a name. This paper gives an analysis of the literary devices, themes and conflicts present in the poem. Symbol Analysis The poet uses fantasy in the poem to show his ability of creating an imaginary world different from the real world by widening the use and symbol of metaphors in his story. In line one and two of the poem, the poet starts by introducing the poem in simple sentences by using numerous imagery... Analysis essay of the poem Jabberwocky by...
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Writers choice
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...Lewis Carroll Alices Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll has persistently amazed readers, the young and the old, for over a century. This classic story is a remarkable tale of a young girl who embarks on maybe one of the most fascinating adventures in literary history (Carroll 1). In this remarkable volume, the author turns her hand to what is, for sure, not a small project and she succeeded in achieving what people expected. The book is packed with currently, as well as available interpretations of the kaleidoscope of characters, who have captured the visions of generations of children. The protagonist herself, Alice, is depicted as a thoroughly modern... Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by...
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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
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...Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” is a fantastic tale of a little girl’s adventures in a strange land. Alice falls down a rabbit hole and enters Wonderland where she encounters a host of characters, each more bizarre than the next: the Rabbit, the Mad Hatter, the March Hare, the Dormouse, the Cheshire cat, the Caterpillar, the Duchess, the Queen and the King. In addition to these, there are numerous minor characters who are equally outlandish: birds, mice, lizards, pigeons, lizards and more. Alice has great difficulty in communicating with these characters and is often at odds with them. This may be attributed to Alice... “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Absurd Social Interaction....
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Higher Education and a Knowledge Based Economy
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...Lewis Carroll where the Mock turtle describes probably what used to be old role of the Academia as the Knowledge providers where he describes his learning as being composed of ,"Reeling... The modern society has witnessed the advent of the era of the "knowledge based economy" where the future of education will be profoundly impacted upon by the knowledge management of the labour force. That is, the ability to use knowledge as a resource which is the embodiment of the human intellectual acumen. Thus the knowledge-based economy pertains to knowledge creation and its diffusion with the role of information management. All the actors of this new knowledge based economy, whether they are the individuals and...
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Writing dialogue
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...Lewis Carroll.” “No, actually, after Alice Springs. I’m from Australia. But my parents are Irish. I am only here for the summer.” “I am just a visitor too. I am Mohamed.” “Pleased to meet you Mohamed.” She... Good morning, sir,” said Mohamed, as he scanned the mail boxes, and hung up his coat in the vestibule. The porter was on the telephone but winked conspiratorially and inclined his head in a nod of greeting. No news from home, but that was usually the case. Mohamed picked up his briefcase and entered the inner courtyard. Alice wobbled along the narrow lane, keeping one eye on the notebooks in her basket and the other on the cobbled road ahead. At the college wall she parked her bike and then enter...
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Any topic that insights and analysis about Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
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...Lewis Carroll as a means of entertaining Alice Pleasant Liddell, a little girl he knew. The book has been studied from a variety of different angles and revealed to contain numerous themes and comments on society. One of the themes that is often traced through the book is its commentary, whether voluntary or involuntary, on the society from which it sprang. The story was published in 1865 which was during the Victorian period. This period was characterized by a strict limitation of women. Women of high status were sometimes educated to some degree, but generally education was not considered overly important. The role... Alice in Wonderland The book Alice in Wonderland was first written by Lewis...
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How does Alice's Adventures in Wonderland display British colonial attitudes
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...Lewis Carroll, Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, an English author, strengthens this declaration especially after analyzing the novel’s setting, depiction of characters and writing style employed. Background information on the author’s inspiration of the novel’s characters serves to reinforce the declaration that Dodgson’s novel is a depiction of the Victorian era characterized by Britain’s imperialist tendency. At the time, of the writing of the novel, Britain’s interest in expanding its territory by acquiring colonies all around... How does Alice's Adventures in Wonderland display British colonial attitudes? Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland display British colonial attitudes. Writing under the pseudonym Lewis ...
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How does Alice's Adventures in Wonderland display British colonial attitudes It's important that you make a significant contribution to this argument if you choose it, as it has been thoroughly explored by other critics. What can you add to t
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...Lewis Carroll, Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, an English author, strengthens this declaration especially after analyzing the novel’s setting, depiction of characters and writing style employed. Background information on the author’s inspiration of the novel’s characters serves to reinforce the declaration that Dodgson’s novel is a depiction of the Victorian era characterized by Britain’s imperialist tendency. At the time, of the writing of the novel, Britain’s interest in expanding its territory by acquiring colonies all around... How does Alices Adventures in Wonderland display British colonial attitudes? Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland display British colonial attitudes. Writing under the pseudonym Lewis...
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Examine the treatment of children and infant mortality from victorian writers with special reference to Charles Kingsleys water babies and Thomas Hardys poem To an unborn pauper child
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...Lewis Carroll, the well-known author of Alice in Wonderland parodies the poem of Bates, “Speak Gently” which advises the parents... Examine the treatment of children and infant mortality from Victorian with special reference to Charles Kingsley’s The Water Babies and Thomas Hardy’s poem “To an unborn pauper child”. The Victorian era glorified the beauty and naivety of children. Writers of this period often shared a similar viewpoint like the Romantics. They have represented childhood as a period, which can be easily shaped morally in a moral and spiritual way. The books on child rearing of this era attempted to educate and grow the children into productive adults compatible with the age. For instance, Lew...
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Traditional Chinese Medicine Article Critique
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...Lewis Carroll in his very famous work “Alice in the Wonderland” to illustrate the difficulty faced by authors of large pieces of work in keeping their work in context and relevant while at the same time being able... Research Critique The article chosen for critique is called the “Treatment of patients with chronic headaches in a hospital for traditional Chinese medicine in Germany -A randomised, waiting list controlled trial” and is a joint effort by a few German and Swiss writers.1The Critique will adjoin to a TCM practitioner’s perspective (Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).2 At the outset it is worth beginning the article critique to begin with a very wise (and humorous) quote from the genius Lewis ...
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Challenging Ideas of Childhood as represented in Victorian Novels
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...Lewis Carroll, Anna Sewell, R.L. Stevenson, R.M. Ballantyne, and Anthony Hope, amongst many others. Discussion Victorian novels, in a general sense, were based on certain idealised and romanticised situations, where hardships formed the main background, around which the chief protagonists revolved. In most of the Victorian novels we will find that virtue triumphs over various wrongdoings, while love and endurance seem to be the only way to achieve accomplishment... Challenging Ideas of Childhood as represented in Victorian Novels Introduction “In all the books I had read childhoods were either idyllic or deprived. Mine had been neither” (Bennett, 2003, 500). Any reader well versed in juvenile...
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Essay1
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...Carrolls Stories Childhood innocence can either lead to enlightening experiences or catastrophes. Beatrix Potter is known for her numerous childrens tales about wayward children animals, while Lewis Carroll draws fame for his “Alice in Wonderland.” This paper compares the plot and characters of their stories and how they relate to the myth of childhood innocence. Cultural images of childhood innocence are projected as myth, because they have extreme consequences, both good and bad. Carrolls and Potters plots depict the cultural power of the established mythology of childhood innocence, where innocence is good, because it can lead... innocence. Carroll, on the contrary, paints...
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The treatment of children and infant mortality
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...Lewis Carroll, the well-known author of Alice in Wonderland parodies the poem of Bates, “Speak Gently” which advises the parents... ?Examine the treatment of children and infant mortality from Victorian with special reference to Charles Kingsley’s The Water Babies and Thomas Hardy’s poem “To an unborn pauper child”. The Victorian era glorified the beauty and naivety of children. Writers of this period often shared a similar viewpoint like the Romantics. They have represented childhood as a period, which can be easily shaped morally in a moral and spiritual way. The books on child rearing of this era attempted to educate and grow the children into productive adults compatible with the age. For instance,...
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Does left hander are more intelligent than right hander
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...Lewis Carroll and Bill Bryson are just few to name among the huge contributors to society and literature. Musicians like Sir Paul McCartney, Jimi Hendrix and David Bowie have excelled to inspire... Left-handed – a blessing or a curse I. Introduction: General information about the left handed and right handed people and why this will be an intriguing topic to discuss. It is very interesting to know that only around 10% of human population is left-handed and the rest are right handed. Not only that, but this has been a relatively steady proportion, since records began. Researches and scientists are still baffled how a child consciously or sub-consciously develops a predisposition to be left-handed or right ...
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Movie Alice in wonderland
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...Lewis Carroll called Through the Looking Glass. Through the Looking Glass is about a boy, not Alice, who has to travel through Wonderland, Underland in the movie, to defeat the Jabberwocky and the Red Queen (Queen of Hearts) which will, then, allow the White Queen to take her rightful place upon the throne. What is at stake in this version of Alice in Wonderland, sort of a sequel, to the animated version of years ago, is that on Fractus Day she must defeat the Jabberwocky and bring about the re-coronation of the White Queens. Tim Burton’s portrayal of Underland... character such as the Cheshire Cat. The visualization allows you feel as though you are really inside the fantastical world of...
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Examine how Alices Adventures in Wonderland major theme of growing up and finding ones identity are a reflection and product of a Victorian age, and how Wonderland is a social satire of Victorian culture
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...Carroll’s Alice illustrates the problems with the Victorian construction of childhood and coming of age Lewis Carroll’s Alice has become a storybook ideal of childhood, arguably culminating in Disney’s flaxen-haired, rosy-cheeked animated rendition of the Wonderland heroine, who curtseys and twirls her way demurely through the fantastic landscape she’s discovered. Alice is often listed with other heroines who find themselves transported to exotic lands – Dorothy from Baum’s Wizard of Oz books, the Pevensie sisters in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and Wendy in Barrie’s Peter Pan, for example. What’s interesting about this pairing is that while... “There’s no room to grow up any more here:” How...
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J.A. Baker's essay, Beginnings
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...Lewis Carroll, All Creatures Great and Small by James Herriot, The Call of the Wild by Jack London etc. discusses the association of human beings with animals in their daily lives and their experiences... ? Nature writing helps in making an emotional and ethical connection between people and creatures Contents Nature writing and its relation to human emotions and animals 3 Works Cited 9 Nature writing and its relation to human emotions and animals Nature is an inexplicable power that has been chosen as central theme by some of the eminent authors. Numerous writers are renowned for their works about nature like William Wordsworth, Henry David Thoreau, John Muir, Charles Darwin, and numerous others. Land...
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The Water Babies and Victorian Childhood
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...Lewis Carroll’s Alice Books: “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, Through the looking Glass” and “What Alice... 1. Introduction The social hierarchy of Victorian England perpetuated the involvement of the working in poverty driven crime and with regard to the concurrent impact on children; Duckworth comments that “Crime and poverty were inseparably associated and most of the young who suffered gaol sentences were victims of poverty; wholly uncared for by family, church or state” (Duckworth, 2002). Moreover, the industrial revolution and the first quarter of the nineteenth century saw Britain at the heart of a seismic societal shift whereby a “mass of humanity poured from the countryside into towns and cit...
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Cancer-risk Behaviours in Adolescence
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...Lewis Carroll in his very famous work "Alice in the Wonderland" to illustrate the difficulty faced by authors of large pieces of work in keeping their work in context and relevant while at the same time being able to estimate their own direction and stance in relation to the research. Would you tell me, please Which way I ought to go from here" "That depends a good deal on where... Article Critique "Socioeconomic disparities in cancer-risk behaviours in adolescence: baseline results from the Health and Behaviour in Teenagers Study (HABITS)- London, UK At the outset it is worth beginning the critique of this article going over 6000 words with a very wise (and humorous) quote from the genius Lewi...
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Writer's choice
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...Lewis Carroll Human-Animal Relationships Human-Animal Relationships: Alice’s Adventures in the Wonderland Introduction Alice’s Adventures in the Wonderland is published by Lewis Carroll. It is an amazing account of a dream world where creatures could discuss, communicate, spice up and communicate socially like humans. The tale moves around the character, Alice. She is a little lady who drops sleeping and goals about a wonderland or fairy land where she encounters several activities. I have selected this tale because this tale provides significant amounts of information on human-animal connections. Animals are proven as highly effective in most of the cases... Alice’s Adventures in the Wonderland by Lewis ...
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Adolescent Literature
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...Lewis Carroll has shown how children can understand their identity and compare it to the others, through their experiences, thoughts, imaginations and reasoning. Alice goes through many situations and crisis throughout the story where an adolescent can identify with. The adolescent is a phase in life where there are many biological, physical, social... Adolescent Literature: Fantasy And Reality Introduction Adolescent literature can be defined as the literature that has been specifically written for and marketed to young adolescents spanning between the age of 10 to 21. The adolescent literature also comprises anything that young ...
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Judicial Review
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...Lewis Carroll) Once the Osmosis... of Powers, 1967 6. Galligan(1986) D.J., Discretionary Powers 1986, 219. 7. Dicey, A.V(1959) ., The Law of the Constitution, 10th Ed. 8. Craig, P. "Competing Models of Judicial Review" in Forsyth, Judicial Review and the Constitution, 373. 9. D. Oliver(1987) "Is the Ultra Vires Rule the Basis of Judicial Review" P.L. 543. 10. J. Jowell(2000)"Beyond the Rule of Law Towards Constitutional Judicial Review" P.L. 119. 11. M. Elliott,(1999) "The Ultra Vires Doctrine in a Constitutional Setting: Still the Central Principle of Administrative Law" C.L.J. 129. 12. Lewis Carroll (1951) "Alice in the Wonderland" 13....
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Human Rights Act 1998
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...Lewis Carroll) Once... Consider whether or not the Human Rights Act 1998 can properly be described as achieving a revolution in the better protection of human I would like to begin my essay with an interesting scenario from the legendary book, "Alice in the Wonderland". White rabbit: Your Majesty, members of the jury, loyal subjects... and the King... the prisoner at the bar stands accused of enticing Her Majesty, the Queen of Hearts, into a game of croquet, thereby and with malice aforethought, molesting, tormenting, and otherwise annoying our beloved... Queen of Hearts: Never mind all that! Get to the part where I lose my temper. White Rabbit: ...thereby causing the Queen to lose her temper. (Lewis C...
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Using the Pyramid of Corporate social responsibility describe and evaluate John Lewis's approach to Corporate Social responsibility
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...Carroll developed the pyramid... be legal and observe laws within the state, paying taxes, license renewal among other policies. Economic aspect includes the sole purpose of running a business. The aim is to make a profit. Without profit, the company cannot be able to meet its expenses and growth (Crowther, 2010). John Lewis Partnership embraces the premise of sustainability. The approach involves maintaining effective governance, actively engaging stakeholders, continuous performance monitoring and managing risks and opportunities. In order to maintain effective management, the Partnership employs well-educated and talented people with leadership traits. Such people are...
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Discuss and critically assess the assertion that the role of marketing
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...Lewis Carroll in his very famous work "Alice in the Wonderland", Would you tell me, please Which way I ought to go from here" "That depends a good deal on where you want to get to," said the Cat. "I don't much care where -" said Alice... "Discuss and critically assess the assertion that the role of marketing, vis--vis Strategic Planning, has diminished as a general management orientation, and that marketing has taken on a very functional, narrow specialist role, not the broad, conceptual philosophy predicated by the marketing concept". Abstract: In this report there has been an attempt to explain if there is a "new wave" concept of marketing (as compared to strategic planning) which has boiled down ...
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Human and Animal Interrelationships in Wonderland
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...Lewis Carroll is a ic children’s story filled with vivid scenes that challenge the imagination. As a children’s story, it is captivating because of the colourful characters and the whimsical language play used throughout the book. I chose to work on this book because it was a childhood favourite of mine and know that there are a lot of animal characters in the book playing roles that do not really befit them. Chapter Summaries 1. While her older sister reads a book to her, Alice saw a rabbit running with a watch in his waistcoat pocket, hastily saying he will be late. Curious, Alice followed him as he jumped into a deep hole... Human and Animal Interrelationships in Wonderland Alice in Wonderland by...
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Children's Literature
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...Lewis Carroll was another famous book which unlike the other books was among one of the first books which focused more on the entertainment of children rather than teaching them morals as Grenby viewed that it's focal point was entertainment of children and learning was not much emphasised (Grenby, cited in Montgomery, H. ed, 2009, p. 17) An important preoccupation of the nineteenth century’s children literature was the social issues which directly affected children. We see that in the 19th century, the children literature propagates the idea of abolishing slavery as expressed in ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’. 'The Water Babies' shows an effort to teach the society the importance of children's... ? EA300 TMA02...
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John lewis
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...Lewis Executive Summary John Lewis is a departmental store that caters to a wide market segment. It is a multi brand departmental store that sells a wide range of products, from electrical appliances to beauty products. The research report analyses the strategic and operational aspect of the departmental store. For strategic analysis the report investigates the market and customers served by John Lewis. The analysis indicates that the company is facing issues of positioning itself among the standard customers. The analysis also investigates the factors chosen in the construction of the market qualifiers and the market winners. Through analysis it is found that there are only three to four... ? John Lewis ...
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Lewis Jeans
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...Lewis Jeans: Looking Forward in an Electronic World Prepared for: Bart Lewis, CEO, Lewis Jeans Prepared by: , a member of Consultancy Team 26 August 2007 Abstract An overall analysis of Lewis Jeans undertaken by my consultancy department head, Rupert, indicates a need to update your business to adopt new marketing methods in a global marketplace, where small companies are trying to meet major competition from big-business chains. It would appear from Rupert's findings that your business is failing, and the major problems he sees are lack of communication between you and your workers-with communication ending at...
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