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Great Expectations Custom Alternate Ending
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...Pip as well. For your sake,” Joe said in the other corner of the porch, puffing smoke from his pipe. “We are hoping he will grow up like you, well, you’re the only boy I knew, and I want this young chap to be like you too.” The next day, I walked with Pip, and we took time to know... Great Expectations: Alternate Ending Chapter 59 For eleven years, I had not seen Joe nor of Biddy but I know they are living more peacefully than ever. I decided to visit pay them a visit, I arrived one evening in a cold December. Upon reaching Joe’s house, I couldn’t believe what I am seeing at the porch. A little figure sitting at my little stool next to the front door - it was me! Barely 10 year-old me! “His name is Pip ...
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Many feel the novel Great Expectations is autobiographical. Compare and contrast on the story Great Expectations events with eve
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...Pip, is different from that of Charles Dickens, the exceptional novel Great Expectations fosters the themes of a childhood hounded by suffering and abject poverty, the metamorphosis of a young socially inferior child into a successful, educated gentleman and the having expectations and fears throughout one’s life – all themes that draw strong parallels to the life... “Many feel the novel Great Expectations is autobiographical. Compare and contrast on the story Great Expectations events with events in Charles Dickens’s life” They say the word and the world are often intertwined together in an affirmative union that is subtle yet definitive at the same time. The word often reveals secrets of the world,...
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Kazuo Ishiguro and Charles Dickens
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...Pip's quest for personal glories. Literature scholars have said that Dickens' use of the first person narrative and story content are material from his personal childhood. We observe that Dickens has used the first person narrator in only two novels. The other is David Copperfield, which he never published during his lifetime. The first person narrative is supposed to be more compatible with the reader because the reader sees everything through the eyes of the narrator. Dickens used a range of writing methods to create reader sympathy and empathy for Pip. What reader remains unmoved by the horrors young Pip faces in his struggle for existence... Examine the ways in which...
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Charles Dickenss Great Expectations
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...Pip's of Mind in Chapters Eight and Twenty-Nine of Dickens's Great Expectations (REVISED) Chapters eight and 29 of Charles Dickens's Great Expectations are mirror reflections of each other. To portray how much Pip's mentality has changed from the time her was a young boy, Dickens uses Miss Havisham's home as the dominant scene in both chapters. Pip visits the eccentric Miss Havisham and her adopted child Estella for the first time in chapter eight. In chapter 29, as an adult, he makes yet another visit to the estate. Dickens sets up the chapters scene by scene: both entail Pip's arrival to the estate, his wanderings inside Miss Havisham's home, his encounter with Estella... myself last night,...
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Charles Dicken's Great expectations and Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bront. Novels Discussion and Analysis
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...Pip the adult narrator, thereafter presents the reader with mature reflections, effectively utilizing the retrospect literary device to show the compassion and the intense psychological effect he feels as he reminiscence the inspirations and emotions he had when growing up. This immediate sympathy obtained when the orphan is in the cemetery reinforces the credibility of the adult narrator that is the older pip looking back (Bray, 2007). The first person perspective is widely used as the narrator tries to remember his life events and systematically arranges them to suit his storytelling. The reader immediately likes the narrator. The young pip’s events are full of emotions and the first scene...
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The Dual perspective Narrative Technique used by Novel Writers
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...Pip the adult narrator, thereafter presents the reader with mature reflections, effectively utilizing the retrospect literary device to show the compassion and the intense psychological effect he feels as he reminiscence the inspirations and emotions he had when growing up. This immediate sympathy obtained when the orphan is in the cemetery reinforces the credibility of the adult narrator that is the older pip looking back (Bray, 2007). The first person perspective is widely used as the narrator tries to remember his life events and systematically arranges them to suit his storytelling. The reader immediately likes the narrator. The young pip’s events are full of emotions... NOVELS DISCUSSION AND...
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Dickens's Treatment of Education and Social Mobility in Great Expectations
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...Pip's expectations: social mobility and education In Great Expectations, Dickens gives us the story of Pip and the story of Pip's growing into a man is a portrayal of his expectations and aspirations: "Now, I return to this young fellow. And the communication I have got to make is, that he has great expectations". It is also a realistic chronicle of Pip's enormous guilt both deserved and undeserved, his insecure posture as a gentleman, his moderate success at being a gentleman in the worldly sense and his finally ending up as a gentleman of intrinsic value. For it is in the definition... 1 Introduction One of his last novels, Great Expectations came from Dickens in what can be said to be the autumn of ...
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Food in literature and cinema. Questions
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...Pip’s initial forays into the world of etiquette and table manners are an abysmal failure and Herbert ignominiously dubs him “Handel” due to his complete lack of prowess with etiquette and refinement. This is not meant to serve as derision or ridicule; rather, it is Herbert’s way of encouraging young Pip to lay aside his former habits and adopt new ones so that he could shed the image of the streets that ultimately held him back from any hopeful level of societal advancement. 5. In Woody Allen’s movies he associates food with sex in order to satirize 19th century Russian literature... Food in the novel Madame Bovary. (Parts of the novel translated from French will be on your web page). Select ONE of...
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... P.I.P I got a B in English after missing my peer review because I had come late that day. This gave me a reason to visit the English teacher as she always advised that I am always free to email her direct. She used to suggest that to study better for this class, I might want to concentrate more on the book as it has a clear explanations for all the assignments she used to give us. “To be well prepared for class, do all the reading I ask you to do”. She said. I chose to talk to her not because was struggling with her subject but I am really determined to get an A in my final exam. English is my second language and I chose it because this was my second professor. Visiting her was to confirm... P.I.P I...
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The world lay spread before me (Vol.I, chapter xix). How does Dickens use narrative to explore the idea of great expectations in his novel
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...Pip, she speaks and behaves discourteously. This still does not lessen Pip’s expectations of love from her. Through this narrative Dickens urges the society to understand situations early in life; he wants to help them find their own great expectations in life. Young students are urged to identify themselves with Pip as they make a transition from youth to adulthood. Pip learnt through experiences when he unshackled from the family; he was his own teacher (Anthony F Franco). Similarly, Dickens through Pip tells the youth to come out of the protection and experience life first hand. He teaches... The world lay spread before me’ (Vol.I, chapter xix). How does Dickens use narrative to explore the idea ...
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Write a short play based on the opening scene of Great Expectations, 1946 by Charles Dickens, capturing the same atmosphere as the original film
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...Pip’s young face as he looks intently at the tombstones before him. His mind is filled with many thoughts recalling his past. His parent’s graves ignited a desire in him to know what kind of life his parents lived. He yearned to even their physical appearance since he never saw them. He is filled with grief and starts to cry. Suddenly from among the graves comes a thundering voice.) MAN FROM GRAVES: Hey you!!! What are you doing over there? PIP: (trembling with fear) Nothing sir. MAN FROM GRAVES: (approaching) I will cut your throat you little rascal. PIP: Oh please, do not do it, sir. I have... Opening Scene of Great Expectations, 1949 by Charles Dickens (The very cold night air brushes briskly at Pip’s ...
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Representation of Women in Charles Dickens Great expectations
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...Pip, a young boy living in the marsh country in South East England, has never had a mother figure to nurture or guide him. His formidable sister raises him ‘by hand’; Mrs. Joe Gargery who is a dominating force in both Joe and Pip’s lives (Dickens 7). Pip had the general impression that she must have forced Joe to marry him by hand (Dickens 7). Mrs. Joe is represented as being a cold and cruel woman who threatens Pip and Joe with her cane that she has nicknamed the tickler. Mrs. Joe is unhappy as the blacksmith’s wife construed to illustrate the notion that women in the Victorian era assumed... Representation of Women in Charles Dickens Great Expectations In Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations, women...
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Robinson Crusoe, Pride and Prejudice, and Great Expectations offer various 'styles of masculinity' or ways of being a man in
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...Pip, who is a young boy, are victims. Pip and Joe Gargery, both, are victims of Mrs. Joe's temper, as she harasses, screams at, and hits both. Poor Joe, who is the husband of Mrs. Joe, is a kind man who does not have a temper to match. Thus, in a way, Dickens turned the Victorian ethos on its head - after all, during the Victorian era, it was the man who was to be in charge, and was expected to be dominant, not the woman (Visweswaran, 1997). That the opposite was true... ?Masculinity in Pride and Prejudice and Great Expectations Introduction In Dickens' Great Expectations, the masculine is treated in ways that are different from society at large. Specifically, at first, the masculine characters are...
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Dickens who is Considered as a Successful Psychological Novelist
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...Pip, the main character of Great Expectations, a person with great dreams in his eyes. Anny Sadrin, in her essay Romantic Irony (1988), points out the irony of the title of this novel, because the protagonist’s expectations were never fulfilled. Dickens is able to capture Pip’s psychology when the protagonist is young and when he is older and more mature. Steven Connor, in his article The Imaginary and the Symbolic in Great Expectations (1994), notes that there is quite a difference between the older Pip and the younger Pip – the one “‘tells’ the story” while the other “‘sees... ’ and participates in its events”. The point of view, says Connor, is often shifted around and “the novel puts into...
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Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
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...Pip being the sole character is portrayed as an ambitious young soul who has the courage and the potential to reach heights, which analyzing the storyline from a neutral lens, he achieves wealth by luck and rather is an ordinary boy with no extra-ordinary traits... ? s School Great Expectations – Charles Dickens Great Expectations is a novel written by Charles Dickens in the Victorian Era,whereby the elements of the era as well as the socio-economic revolution which takes place during the time is prevalent in the theme portrayed in the novel. Charles Dickens had himself undergone many different transformations in his life, where he had seen many ups and downs, and thus the protagonist of the novel i.e....
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The English Novel in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
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...young man by the name of Pip, a young man who is offered an opportunity to be made a gentleman by a mysterious benefactor in the hope of getting riches to marry a girl of his choice. The novel gives an attractive perspective of the differences that were characteristic between the society’s classes during the Victorian era, at the same time; it brings out s sense of comedy and pathos. The Novel starts up at an exciting vein, Pip; the main star in the novel... THE CONCEPT IN THE ENGLISH NOVELS OF EIGHTEENTH AND NINETEETH CENTURY Introduction The concept of classism did not start in the recent past, as it seems in our way of thinking; it is something that was conceived back in the eighteenth century. This...
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GREAT EXPECTATION BY CHARLES DICKENS
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...Pip’s life and three steps of his evolution as a person and as a member of society. The first part covers Pip’s childhood from the moment of his meeting with a convict in the graveyard until the time of his receiving expectations. He lives a miserable life in some perspectives and waits for some challenges. We can logically end this part by the moment when Pip get an opportunity to live new life and to achieve some higher levels of humane existing. The second part is connected with his living in London as a young man and his... Data The Great Expectations by Charles Dickens “The Great Expectations” by Charles Dickens is considered to be one of the best creations of his life. This story catches...
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Compare/Contrast Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy, George Eliot
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...Pip" serves as the narrator and main character of the novel. He is a young man who is struggling to survive in a world full of blundering chaos, wild predicaments, and, last, but not least, proper society. More often than not, Pip finds that attempting to survive in his society is not easy; however, it is possible to endure. There are characters within the novel that help him with his perseverance and endurance of his story such as his brother-in-law, Joe Gargery, and his sister, Mrs. Joe Gargery. Pip's narration... Topic: Compare/Contrast Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy, George Eliot July 21, 2006 "Great Expectations" by Charles Dickens, "The Mill on the Floss" by George Eliot, and "Tess of...
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Great Expectations and Life as a fruit
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...Pip strives to complete in order to prove the authenticity of his hopes for better times to come. Great Expectations gives occasion to a reading which travels from one saddening setting to another, guided by the eyes of the same character. Pip lets us see images pervaded by his moods and his witnessing and understanding of others' moods. In other words, the general atmosphere mirrors the narrator's personal perspective on the events which build his life. The key to the specific melancholy atmosphere is given when the narrator notes... with distress that "I was treated as if I had insisted on being born" (Dickens, 1993, p. 23). The intense echo of this note is felt in Pip's...
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Young entrepreneur
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...Young Entrepreneurs al Affiliation Young Entrepreneurs Evans Wadongo is a Kenyan engineer aged 26 years and has been at thehelm of several projects in Kenya, one among them being solar power projects. He’s been described as one of the brightest minds in the emerging markets in the power industry in Kenya. With the persistent power problems in the country, He has been the driving force to developing new and economical ways to cut down on the cost of power. His latest project on the solar-powered LED lantern has been described by many as the greatest innovation in recent times to cushion those who cannot afford the electricity. This project also aimed at...
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Young Winston
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...Young Winston (1972) Young Winston is a British film from 1972. It is about the early life of the British Prime Minister, Winston Churchill. In fact, the film has been based on My Early Life: A Roving Commission, a book by the Prime Minister himself (Foreman). Young Winston starts with Churchill’s schooldays. Those days are not ideal for the boy and he is not happy. The film unfolds a number of events and eventually the death of his father. Here ends the first part of the film. In the second part Churchill is a cavalry office in India and Sudan. During his service period he participates in the cavalry charge at Omdurman. The film goes on to show us his experiences as a war correspondent... in...
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Young Entrepreneurs
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...Young Entrepreneurs March 31, Many young individuals have dreams to make their own businesses as soon as possible. They try to find themselves business individuals. Some of them find what they need and they help themselves, but others cannot and they thing many times for the world and what individuals need. Many youth create something new for the world and for the future. Evans Wadongo one of them who has dream and he wants to achieve his dream to help himself, help the earth and help poor communities. Evans Wadongo is a Kenyan engineer aged 26 years; he has been at the helm of several projects in Kenya, one among them being solar power projects... BadarAlmhietef Prof. L. Newhook Writing 1120...
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Andrew Young
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...Young’ Public Service and His Contributions to Civil Rights Movement Introduction There are several African Americans who lead from the front in the Civil Rights Movement and one of the most note able figures was Andre Young. He was the promoter of notions such as rights of the black race living in America as well as equal right for all races in the nation. He was one of the close associates of Martin Luther King Jr. and continued to promote King’s ideas even after King’s death. He even followed and promoted the ideology of King of being nonviolent and ensured that the King’s dream came true. Early Life, Education and Careers He came into this world during 1932 and learned the values... of...
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Andrew Young
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...Young’ Public Service and His Contributions to Civil Rights Movement Introduction There are several African Americans who lead from the front in the Civil Rights Movement and one of the most note able figures was Andre Young. He was the promoter of notions such as rights of the black race living in America as well as equal right for all races in the nation. He was one of the close associates of Martin Luther King Jr. and continued to promote King’s ideas even after King’s death. He even followed and promoted the ideology of King of being nonviolent and ensured that the King’s dream came true. Early Life, Education and Careers He came into this world during 1932 and learned the values... Andrew Young’...
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Young Emiratis
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...Young Emiratis is the major contributor and cause of road traffic accident in UAE (Martin, 2010, p. 46). This work will explore the causes and impacts of road accident among the young Emiratis, policies and regulation implemented to combat this health issue. Various factors contribute to alarming and increasing number of traffic accidents caused by young Emiratis. The response to peer pressure by young Emiratis through attitudes and values are behind the alarming number of UAE traffic accidents, fatalities and injuries. This causes reckless driving practices adopted by young Emiratis (Brown, et.al 2005 p. 59). According... ? Causes and Effect of Road Accidents in UAE Causes and Effect of Road Accidents...
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Dickens and His Society
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...young boy into a gentleman. In each novel, the boy must survive a number of relationships with others, most of which seem designed expressly to ensure his failure, eventually finding his own way to success. Through his various plot developments and narrative elements, Dickens continues to invite his reader to make moral judgments about his characters even as this same audience is permitted sympathetic involvement in the characters’ experiences. Both stories begin with the main character at a very young age, although told from a much older perspective. Pip, in Great Expectations, is found living under the care... , Pip’s attitude toward his sister and brother-in-law change...
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Young modulus
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...Young Modulus Presented by Introduction Different materials have different mechanical properties that make them fit for various uses. Aluminum, Low Carbon Steel and High Carbon Steel have different strengths and they break at different loads (John 1992). The Young’s Modulus (E) is a measure of stiffness of an elastic material defined as the ration of stress to the corresponding strain when a material is put under tension or compression. The most commonly used test specimens are cylindrical in shape as shown in figure 1. For this experiment, however, a wire was used as a specimen. When more loads are applied the specimen breaks at the centre as shown in figure 1 (b). The data of load versus... ...
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Using insight into historaical, social and cultural context write an essay regarding the expectations of pip in Charles Dickens 'Great expectaions
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...Pip’s Great Expectations Great Expectations by Dickens has been written in the style called “bildungsroman”, which is the story of the development and growth of a character to maturity. It usually shows the character as pursuing a quest and it begins from the childhood till adulthood. Similarly, Great Expectations traces the growth and development of the protagonist Pip as narrated in his voice. It presents the development of Pip from innocence to adulthood, carrying expectations and following them only to end in disappointments and growing mature. From being an innocent child, he undergoes lot of changes getting acquainted with greed,...
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Victorian literature
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...Pip. Satis House, the place where Pip used to go as a young boy represents the high society which divides him from his usual low class background. Pip becomes another entity when he enters the Satis house. Miss Havisham and Estella becomes the symbol of higher class people with whom Pip wants to get familiarized. But his social behaviors becomes as a constraint... ?Victorian Literature Contents Contents 2 Introduction 3 The background of the Victorian era and its influence on literature 3 Themes of the Victorian works 7 Charles Dickens and his Great Expectations and Oscar Wilde’s Picture of Dorian Gray 8 References 15 Introduction Describing the Victorian writing in any comprehensive and satisfactory way ...
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Young Goodman Brown
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...Young Goodman Brown Young Goodman Brown is a short story written by Nathaniel Hawthorne in 1835. This story takes placein the second half of the seventeenth century in Salem New England. The story revolves around a married man, Goodman, who has to face a decision of either staying home with his wife, Faith or to take off on the journey leaving all that he thought was good and true behind in order to find the truth about the people of his community. He decides to go on this journey in the middle of the night through a forest. His wife urges him not to go alone because she knew that something suspicious was going on but he wanted to discover the truth even though he feared his own actions... ....
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Young Adult Literature
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...Young adult literature is literature that is written for and marketed to young adults. The young adults who are the audience of this literature are the ones who are aged between the age of twelve and eighteen years. They can also be referred to as the adolescent. They are in the transient stage between childhood and adulthood. This means that they still have the children's imagination and are at the same time seeking freedom from the shackles of the adults in their life. It has been noted that the content, character and language that is used by young adult authors makes it easier for the youth to identify with these writings. This is because the issues that are presented... CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION...
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Young Goodman Brown
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...Young Goodman Brown Young Goodman Brown – Essay Outline Introduction: Young Goodman Brown by Nathaniel Hawthorne utilizes the tools of symbolism, allegory and imagery to deliver the essence of its meaning and themes to the reader in a comprehensive manner, while, the implementation of these literary devices has enhanced the narrative it has also invited a range of conflicting analyses on the true meaning of the story. 1. Analysis of Allegory and Symbolism Allegory and symbolism in the naming of characters The forest and the Devil 2. Faust myth, Puritanism and the American culture Christian symbolism Salvation and fulfillment of temptation 3. The role of the unconscious mind as a key aspect... ...
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Education of Young Children
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...Young Children defined developmentally appropriate programs as "programs that contribute to children's development" (National Association for the Education of Young Children, 1997, p. 4, "Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children from Birth through 8"). This definition underscores the key elements that make up DAP which are focused on the future of children, how they would eventually perform after primary education and furthermore, how they would adopt themselves to the greater community... DAP and DEC Recommended Practices In your own words, what are the key elements of DAP In its position paper adopted in 1996, the National Association for the Education of Young...
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Homeless young women
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...young women with children on support workers whilst staying at a Nightingale hostel A Dissertation Presented to The Faculty of In Partial Fulfilment Of the requirements for By Nickola Shaddad 2009 ABSTRACT The aim of the research study was to discover the extent of homeless young women with children dependence on support workers whilst staying at a hostel have fuelled issues for study, hence the investigation was conducted. The researcher looked into the demographic profiles of homeless young mothers in the United Kingdom to identify the elements linked with the degree of reliance, nature of resources of the sustaining party... Order 287080 The extent of dependent of homeless young...
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Scholarship for Young Entrepreneur
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...Young Entrepreneur Scholarship I am a graduate from EBS Business School. My enthusiasm to remain associated with the academic environment motivates me to apply for an entrepreneurial scholarship. My activities and academic rewards, discussed in the following paper, make me eligible for it. I have conducted various entrepreneurial ventures, during my studies. I have founded an organization named deal-fever, where I worked as customer creationist, which gave me great deal of exposure to the practical environment of the business. On the other hand, I was able to be a part of an organization called Pausa-GmbH... , which could definitely help me as an entrepreneur. In addition, I am active in...
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Sex Education Among Young
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...Young Adults about Sex The term young adult pertains to males and females aged 10-19. Statistics show that in past years the number of young adults either getting married or having children have been increasing significantly. The most alarming statistic, however, is that there are young adults already living with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) which can eventually develop to a non-curable and life-threatening disease in the form of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome or AIDS (McCauley et al). The world that people are living in the present era was formed by conservative people who think that sex or sexuality is an offensive topic for unmarried people. With the statistics... ...
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Young People & Physical Activity
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...Young People 7 The Basis and Effectiveness of Different Youth Sport Initiatives Operating Locally and Nationally 9 Conclusion 12 References 13 17 Bibliography 18 Introduction Sports are highly regarded in building human character (Fullinwider, 2006). Kids love to participate in sports to have fun. Sports are always considered responsible for building up a child into healthy adults... ?School Sports Competition Table of Contents Introduction 3 Role of Key Agencies in the Development of Youth Sports in the UK 4 Effectiveness of Current Youth Sport Organisation and Their Initiatives Offered For the Development of Youth Sports and Critical Factors Influencing the Provision of Sporting Opportunities for Young ...
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Young Goodman Brown
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...Young Goodman Brown Symbolism is a literature tool used by to present ideas and qualities through presenting the symbols that have a different meaning than the literal sense. This gives the object use as a symbol a deeper and more significant meaning than it would receive when used in a standard manner. To understand symbolism, the context in terms of where, when and how it is used has to be determined to have a better understanding. Hawthorne in “Young Goodman Brown” uses symbolism as a means of passing his message to the audience in a very pleasant and outstanding manner with great emphasis on the use of simple artistic objects. This study is aimed at analyzing the use of symbolism... Symbolism in...
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Young Australians & the U.N
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...young Australians’ encourage youth to volunteer to join and express their views and be part of important decisions. This enables the youth to think positive and be a part of the community. As Adam Smith Said “I wouldn’t be the person I am today, or feel like I can take on the challenges I face without my experience in volunteering. I know my input can help shape the community and make a difference to other young people. Being... Youth are the future and major vigor for their country and the world. Youth portray their ability and willingness to be part of their societies. Problems faced by youth are numerous as culture and norms of society keeps changing. Organizations such as ‘The Foundations for young ...
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Diabetes in the Young
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...Young Introduction Prevalence of type 2 diabetes in the young adults and children is growing worldwide, mirroring the increase of the ill with the disease in the adult population. Research of the effects of the disease on the young indicates poor outcomes in 10 to 20 years (Eppens & Craig, 2006). The severity of the disease necessitates the involvement of informed healthcare teams qualified in the provision of reliable healthcare assessments and adequate treatment. The constancy in the rise in the number of recorded type 2 diabetes cases among the young mandates an affirmative approach in the identification of evidence-based healthcare and preventive strategies (Eppens... ? Type II Diabetes in the Young...
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Sexualization of Young Girls
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...Young Girls Without question the society that we live in is one that is highly affectedby marketing, media, and the representation of culture that we the individual is bombarded within on a daily level. Countless scores of research projects have been performed on the way in which individual integrate with these marketing ploys, the degree to which they allow marketing to affect their lives, and the percentage of income that such efforts are able to siphon off the viewer. Although this is a fascinating topic and doubtless deserves an even greater degree of analysis due to the fact that it segments many interrelated sectors of psychology, sociology, culture, gender... been read as a means of...
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Young people's news consumption
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...Young people’s news consumption Introduction Over few decades, Newspapers have lost a lot of readers, especially young readers (Zerba, 2004). According to a survey done by the Pew Research Center in 2002, television and radio has followed the same pattern of losing its readers. There were implications for the decline in news readership for the role of mass media in creating an informed citizenry (Mindich, 2005). The value of news, whether being portrayed through television or via media, has been found to vary among different age groups. Even news on television fails to attract the interest of young crowd who often claim to follow the news only when something of particular relevance to them... ...
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Protecting Young Childrens Welfare
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...Young Children’s Welfare Order No. 248676 No. of pages: 10 Premium 6530 Welfare Needs of Children It is universally acknowledged truth that across countries and societies, small children and young adults i.e. in the age group 0-18 years, necessarily need adult protection and supervision. The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989, Article 19) emphatically states that it is the responsibility of adults to “work to prevent abuse and neglect, to protect children from harm, and to report and identify concerns about child abuse”. During the past few decades, the instances of child abuse, physical, mental, and psychological has increased manifold, and this abuse could occur at home... Protecting Young...
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Young adults books
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...Young adults’ books Introduction: The books discussed are Shattered, The Fallen and The Bully. The youth become directionless and destination less if at the young age, they are not guided properly. This guidance has to come from parents first and from the school next. If parents have their own personal problems and have made a mess of their lives, it adds to the misery of the life of children. The open society and the unrestricted love affairs, in the name of individual freedom, wreck the psyche of the young adults, when lovers become defeated lovers. When love is not tempered with faithfulness and sincerity, it is likely to run into serious difficulties. Social... Order 282763 Topic: Young...
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Safeguarding Young People
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...YOUNG PEOPLE Introduction The world is changing and so are the people living in it. Everyday we are bombarded with news of new technology evolving, new cures for the ailing and progress and research in every field. Unfortunately the changing world has also given us a reason to fear for our safety. Since the 9/11 attacks on the world trade center, terrorism has become the ‘it’ word and our times have seen quite a few examples of terrorism already. The US attacks on Afghanistan and Iraq has instilled fear of attack against all Muslim nations just because terrorism and Islam have time and again wrongly been used concurrently and many a times interchangeably. However the successes... SAFEGUARDING YOUNG...
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Startups. Young Entrepreneurs
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...YOUNG ENTREPRENEURS More and more young people have this dream that they should succeed in life with less work and more luck from out there. Anyhowthe dreams of such persons end up in ruin as nobody comes and hands them a bar of gold wishing them good-luck in life. Another type of youngsters is the one that thinks that life is too hard to make it on their own and refuse to give a chance to their own ideas and dreams. Moreover they are discouraged by the adults that tell them that their age is definitively the greatest obstacle in their business life and no one would take into account the dreams of a 16 year old. And of course there are the "children" that...
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Ernst & Young Inc
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...Young is a multinational that deals with companies of different work ethics worldwide. It needs a work force that is not only customer-oriented... Schematics of Multinational Organization Introduction Boomerang is a practice major and multinational organizations utilize to avoid time and resource wastage when hiring. It is a process of rehiring previous employees. Organization use of this system of acquiring employees is employed especially when the organization structure has a limitation in the labor resource. Complexity of an organization work skill is also a major reason why boomeranging might be the greatest idea a company can adopt. Rehiring and Reasons for and Against Ernst and Young is a multinati...
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Young Adulthood (20s-30s)
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...Young men between 30-40 are the most ambitious as first five years of career gives them a chance to understand what they want in life. While women show their highest ambitions by the age of 50 because at this age their efforts are not directed to children... Difference between Work and Gender by Despite the fact that the world is transforming and aiming to reach some relevant racial, social, and gender equality there are still many differences between men and women concerning common issue such as family, work or attitude of society. Women received the right to vote relevantly recently and achieved the possibility to earn money and hold the same positions as men not more than a century ago. Men are...
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Analyse how the narrators perspective shapes (or mis-shapes) our perceptions in two novels from this course
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...Pip. The novel with such perspective of narrator shapes positive perception about the poor young boys and fortune. Such as the novel elicits that anyone with passion and luck can achieve success even if he is poor. So it provides motivation to work hard and suggests not be hopeless if you are born poor. Further it develops the perspective of readers that some people are still complex or ashamed about their poor birth even when they reach the heights of richness. References Bautz, A & Tredell, N 2009, Jane Austen: Sense and sensibility, Pride... Type the company [Type the document [Type the document sub [Type the Pride and Prejudice: The major argument which isdeveloped through the analysis of this novel ...
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Young Goodman Brown
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...Young Goodman Brown Young Goodman Brown is a short story written by Nathaniel Hawthorne in 1835. This story takes place in the second half of the seventeenth century in Salem New England. The story revolves around a married man, Goodman, who has to face a decision of either staying home with his wife, Faith or to take off on the journey leaving all that he thought was good and true behind in order to find the truth about the people of his community. He decides to go on this journey in the middle of the night through a forest. His wife urges him not to go alone because she knew that something suspicious was going on but he wanted to discover the truth even though he feared his own actions... ....
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