Critical Lens Essay Examples

Critical Lens Crucible and to Kill a Mockingbird

The Great Alexander Pope once said, “Difficulties are things which show what men really are. ” This statement means that challenges in life display people’s true personalities. This quote is true, and many works of literature support this idea. Two pieces of literature that support this statement made by Alexander Pope are Arthur Miller’s tragedy, […]

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Dtlls Study Skills Assignment

The aim of this essay is to give the reader an overview of the types of study skills necessary for a student to study for and attain a Diploma in Teaching in the Lifelong Learning Sector. In it I will discuss my personal approach to study and the study skills I need to use on […]

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Critical Lens

As Herodotus once said, “…men are the mercy of events and cannot control them. ” In other words, men cannot control fate, and they are forced to endure the situations that come their way. In both the plays Macbeth and Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare, the characters, however, the characters determine their outcome by the […]

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Critical Lens with Power Comes Great Responsibility

Voltaire wisely said “With power comes great responsibility. ” The interpretation of this quote is that one who is in charge over society has to take necessary measures, such as looking out for them. This person in charge has to be conscious and take precautions for others. The consequences of their actions are on a […]

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Critical Lensexample

Nicole Richie once said “It’s hard to tell who has your back, from who has it long enough just to stab you in it”. This quote means, when you have a friend for so many years thinking they your friend but come to find out that that they really not your friend and they end […]

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Great Gatsby Critical lens

Norman Cousins once said, “Death is not the greatest loss in life, the greatest loss is what dies inside us while we live. ” In saying this, Cousins conveys the valid idea that our physical death is not as great of a loss as the the death of our dreams and characteristics throughout our lives. […]

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Critical lense for The Catcher in the Rye

The quote “humankind cannot stand very much reality”, by TS Eliot, most likely means people don’t like facing the truth. I agree with the quote because people are usually happier believing a lie than facing the truth. Holden Caulfield from The Catcher In the Rye, and the theme of sadness, and depression represents this quote. […]

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Streetcar named desire and macbeth critical lens essay

There are many situations in life which are related to reality and they can be illusional because of your own perspective. a quote that supports this is “ Reality is that which, when you stop believing it, doesn’t go away”. This quote explains that reality is something that even if you don’t believe in it […]

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