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Robert Frost in Voices and Visions.

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This discussion brings up details regarding the work of Robert Frost. Being so, the paper will pick up a number of quotations made in this Voices and Visions film.

"On Going Home" by Joan Didion

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Joan Didion’s essay “On Going Home” talks about a struggle to connect an old life with the persona’s family and the family of her own.

A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens. Questions and answers.

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"It is extraordinary to me," said he, "that you cannot take care of yourselves and your children. One or the other of you is forever in my way. How do I know what injury you have done my horses. See! Give him that."

The social animal by Elliot Aronson

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Aronson has explained social understanding of conformity and has discussed with the help of experiments and practical examples, factors that determine the level of conformity of response in an individual with the society upon a certain matter.

Comparing the Depiction of Gender roles in Two Unlikely Literatures. Sophocle and David Ives

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This paper is an attempt to analyze two literary works from different eras and explore the commonalities and/or disparities evident in the depiction of such stereotypical gender roles. The two works selected for this paper are acclaimed plays from Sophocles and David Ives.

Shakespeare’s Pericles

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Fathers and Daughters’ Sexuality: Family or Property and Patriarchy The significance of the fathers being so involved in their daughters’ sexuality is their belief in their primary roles in protecting the latter as either their property or family and in ascertaining patriarchy through the absolute power of men over females’ sexuality.

Book Report "Memoirs of an Indian Woman"

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During the beginning of the 20th century (1900-1930), India was still under the British rule. At that time, Calcutta was home to a conservative society, majority of whom believed that the ideal place for women was within the four walls of the house.

Stanley Fish's "Free-Speech Follies"

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The First Amendment involves expressing one’s own idea freely while taking responsibility about what has been said. As shown by Stanley Fish, one good example of a true First Amendment hero is a basketball player who turned her back on the flag during the singing of the national anthem to protest against government policies.

The Overcoat

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‘The Overcoat’ and analyses people’s misconception of its literacy. According to the writer, the Overcoat literature is an excellent work that is perceived by many to be elusive to the reader’s imagination that considers the ending fantastic.

The Story of an Hour" by Chopin, and "A Rose for Emily" by Faulkner

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Both Faulkner's Emily Grierson and Chopin's Louise Mallard are women trapped by social convention. Faulkner paints a picture of Miss Emily Grierson as a woman strictly contained within the boundaries of her father’s home and his old Southern ideals. “None of the young men were quite good enough to Miss Emily and such.

Irony and tone in the poem, "Desert Places"

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The setting is an important part due mainly to its impact in the poem. The loneliness that engulfs the persona of the poem is the most tragic element as there is an internal realization of a searing sadness that is perhaps his own making or one that could not help.

Fighting Fate and Rewriting Destiny

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Throughout life, we realize that many of the realities we come to face are very harsh. You can never know what to expect and because of this, you never know what you’ll end up being happy with. Many of us face unhappiness at different points in our life.

Finding Reality in Sherlock Holmes Detective Stories

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It is necessary to stress that Conan Doyle’s stories are not real, although there are some characters taken from everyday life. For example, the character of Sherlock Holmes was created by the author not by chance. However, still Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes Detective Stories are analyzed by critics as fictional ones.

Discuss the use of intertextually in Rudyard Kipling's 'Kim' and how this hybrid text has had a rich critical response.

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Intertextuality in Rudyard Kipling’s ‘Kim’, and the critical Response in the Text. Intertextuality is a term that is used to show the relationship that exists between various texts used by an author in conveying his message (Watson 53). Kipling, an imperialist, used the book ‘Kim’ to convey the Indians’ attitude towards their colonial masters, the British.

A comparison between The Proposal by Anton Chekhov and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty by James Thurber.

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The works of Anton Chekhov and James Thurber are well known for their ability to understand the social realities of their respective societies. Their works also are able to analyze the intricacies and nuances of the human mind.


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As a case study, it expounds on the use of Enlightenment in Jane Austen's 'Persuasion' and Maria Edgeworth's 'Belinda'.

Andrew Jackson, a Defining President of United States

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Andrew Jackson, a Defining President of United States. “Every good citizen makes his country’s honor his own; one cherishes it not only as precious but sacred. He is willing to risk his life in its defense and it’s conscious that he gains protection while he gives it.”1 This is a quote by Andrew Jackson which reflected his views as an American citizen, as a military leader and as a president.

"Candide" by Voltaire, and "Rasselas" by Samuel Johnson.

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One will find many similarities between Candide and Rasselas the most paramount of which is the fact that both of them are trying to find lasting happiness in their lives. Both of these characters are from very privileged backgrounds despite the fact that Candide is an illegitimate child.

The Worst Hard Time: The Untold Story of Those Who Survived the Great American Dust Bowl by Timothy Egan

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Egan begins his account of the Dust Bowl by pointing out that the initial and actual cause of the Dust Bowl was over-farming by the many, mostly family, farmers who inhabited the region.

Irony in A prayer of Owen Meany

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“A prayer for Owen Meany” written by John Irving is a long sprawling novel in which the writer uses the narrator, John wheelwright, a former American and a Canadian citizen in the novel living in Toronto to bring irony, a style that runs through out the story.

Article Critique: "Workers of the World, Relax" by Alain de Bottom.

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The article “Workers of the World, Relax” by Alain de Botton focused on the issue of happiness or satisfaction that one derives from his job. The author had earned his B.A. at Cambridge University and from Oxford University he had earned his M.A. degree.

The Mind in “The Fall of the House of Usher”

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One of the most important characters in the story is that of the House of Usher, that is, the building. This is important as there is a continuance of a gothic tradition in this which looks at the effects of architecture on the human mind.

The Bean Tree

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The Bean Tree. The Bean Tree by Barbara Kingsolver is a literal piece that focuses on the theme of awakening, out of which springs hope. The story centers around hope which enables people to rise again when they fall and achieve dreams which may at first seem impossible.

Conflict, complication, and change in William Faulkner’s work, Barn Burning.

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Thesis statement: In the short story (say, Barn Burning), conflict originates from the protagonist’s dilemma, complication originates from the antagonist’s choice to carry on his protest against landlordism, and the protagonist’s decision to notify his landlord is the moment of change.

Critically evaluate the role of interview data in qualitative research and discuss the key characteristics of the processes of d

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Researches are primarily carried out through methodologies, which mainly consist of the “choices” made regarding “cases to study, methods of data gathering, forms of data analysis” etc “in planning and executing” research studies (Silverman 2010: 15).
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