Essay About Allegory of the Cave
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The “Allegory of the Cave” is a hypothesis theorized by Plato in regards to human perception where Plato offers an explanation of the edification of the soul towards enlightenment. Everything experienced in human life is part of the sensible world and as pointed out by Plato, all elements of the sensible world changes constantly. Notably, […]

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Thematic and Stylistic Consistencies in Cinema
645 words 2 pages

The Auteur theory asserts three concrete concepts of film making by directors. A bad director lacks technical knowhow, fails to connect his thoughts with the film and does not embrace the glory of cinematography as an art. In cinematography, film productions mostly rely on the thematic as well as stylistic consistencies that help the director […]

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Hamlet Painters and Print-Makers
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Hamlet is a tragedy episode that was written by William Shakespeare’s in an unknown date between the year 1599 and year 1602. Often referred to as “The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark” as it was set in the state of Denmark. Generally, the concept in this book is that it dramatizes the vengeful of […]

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How to Kill A Mockingbird
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There are many definitions of what courage is. Some people say courage is facing your fears. Others say it’s to follow your heart. In Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird, courage is “… when you know you’re licked before you begin anyway and you see it through no matter what” (112). During the novel, many […]

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Letter to Harper Lee
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Dear Harper Lee, Over the summer, I read your novel To Kill A Mockingbird. The way you go about the topic of the novel is in a way that no one at that time was willing to talk about or even acknowledge. As i’m sure you know, the novel covers racism, a problem very prominent […]

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To Save a Mockingbird
1217 words 3 pages

Mahatma Gandhi once said, “Morality is rooted in the purity of our hearts.” Morality: Principles concerning the distinction between right and wrong (Dictionary.com). The ability to know what’s right and what’s wrong is a valuable life skill that should be taught at an early age. In society, people develop differently depending on the surroundings and […]

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Analysis of Chapters in “To Kill a Mockingbird “
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Chapter 23 After a conversation with Scout, Jem proposes a theory on why Boo Radley doesn’t leave his house. He suggests that the reason is because “he wants to stay inside” of his house, avoiding the harsh judgments of the world (227). Jem’s revelation shows that he is realizing how cruel and unfair the world […]

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Analysis of Characters in “To Kill a Mockingbird”
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In To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, the main characters are immature and blind to danger, but their witnessing of death and real danger opens their eyes to a newer perspective of maturity. Jem and Scout tell stories to the point where Radley becomes the official boogeyman, but his imaginary threat to the town […]

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Problems in “To kill a Mockingbird”
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In these three chapters of the wonderful story called “To kill a Mockingbird,” the father Atticus shows off his wonderful and unique teaching of his children. The first example of his teaching is when his daughter Scout comes home and tells her father of a kid at school that keeps calling Atticus a “nigger lover” […]

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Symbols in To Kill a Mockingbird 
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In the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” the author, Harper Lee as Scout Finch is clear from the beginning of the book that she is writing from the perspective of time. Scout is only 6 years old when the book begins and Jem is four years older. The story covers the next few years of […]

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To Kill a Mockingbird Analysis
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Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird It uses that descriptive language to portray the characters in a certain way. The characters are often portrayed in a way that makes the audience feel compassion or empathy or even have something or someone that the audience can relate too. A main idea in the book is racism […]

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Scout is the Generic Tomboy
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What is a tomboy? A tomboy is defined as a, “Girl who acts or dresses in a boyish way, liking rough outside activities” (Dictionary). The definition of a tomboy is the exact nature of Scout. This is made clear in Harper lee’s book, To Kill a Mockingbird, on page 51-52 Jem tells Scout, “Scout, I’m […]

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A Thematic Analysis of A Raisin in the Sun
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In A Raisin in the Sun, Lorraine Hansberry propounds that personal interpretation of identity is enriched by external influences. Hansberry explores this in Walter’s attempt to be masculine by achieving materialistic wealth and Beneatha’s resistance to conform to gender roles and societal norms. Hansberry utilizes Walter to represent the significance men believe material wealth and […]

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A Raisin In The Sun Novel Project 
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Title The title comes from a poem by Langston Hughes called “Dream Deferred”. The specific line describes how a deferred dream dies; comparing it to a raisin drying up in the sun. With this context the title makes sense with numerous dreams in the play that are deferred and changed. Time Period This play was […]

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The London Memoir
1260 words 3 pages

“We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm, and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open.” Everyone has a time of joy and everyone experiences a change in their point of view in the world. About 5-6 years […]

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The Story Of Memoir
686 words 2 pages

Beads of sweat trickled down my forehead, forcing me to be constantly wiping my forehead. My heart was beating so vigorously that I could hear my heartbeat becoming faster and faster. My eyes were glassy and my expression was dazed. I tasted the bitterness of the rosin which was footing amongst the humid air. The […]

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The Great Gatsby through History
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In the past decades, society has believed that women were mere objects who focused solely on beauty. These beliefs that men were superior to women were especially true during the 1920´s. These notions can be seen within F. Scott Fitzgeralds famously known novel The Great Gatsby. Fitzgerald’s use of three distinct women shows how women […]

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The Great [Romantic] Gatsby 
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The order of the songs reflect various attitudes Gatsby expresses throughout Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby, capturing stages of Gatsby’s life in the pursuit of his dream. Like Fitzgerald’s initial characterization of Gatsby, the first song is very upbeat and more telling of wealth and glamor, while the other three seem to progressively get more focused […]

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Gatsby & Daisy Symbolism
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Even though he had serious injuries, he did not die in the hospital. Day after day he looked forward to seeing Daisy, who was his first thought when he opened his eyes in the morning and his last thought when he closed his eyes in the evening. He made countless phone calls but could not […]

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Running Head: The Great Gatsby
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Since its establishment, the United States has been adored as a definitive place where there is constant chance. Individuals all around the globe moved to America to look for brisk riches, which was predominately found in the new Modern period. Starting in the late 1800’s to the mid 1900’s, the period brought dynamic thoughts into […]

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Discontent in the Great Gatsby
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The combination of events in the novel The Great Gatsby by Scott F. Fitzgerald ushered out a variety of different themes. A few of these themes include: social status, wealth, and love, but dissatisfaction is the most prominent. Of all the portrayed themes, dissatisfaction stands out the most as all the main and supporting characters […]

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Rules of Civility and the Great Gatsby
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Rules of Civility reveals interesting similarities F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic 1925 novel, The Great Gatsby due to its depiction of New York social strata, related themes and characters. I’ve always had a particular fondness of The Great Gatsby which I had the pleasure of reading in high school. Not only did I fall in love […]

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