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The Bluest Eye 2
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... Breedlove is Pecola's drunken father. He has never known a loving family; his father deserted him and his mother who then left him to die in a garbage can. His great aunt saves him and raises him until her death, which occurred when Cholly was only thirteen or fourteen years old. Cholly himself deserts his family, not physically but he is always in a drunken state and doesn't provide the family with the barest necessities. Cholly dies alone in a warehouse. Claudia MacTeer is the main narrator in the story. She is about nine years old when they story takes place, she is remembering the story. Claudia is black and d ...

King Lear
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... focus of the subplot. He has two offspring, an older, legitimate son named Edgar and a younger, illegitimate or bastard son named Edmund. Various minor characters appear from time to time. They are easily identified by their connections with whatever main character they serve or speak of. As the play opens, Lear has decided to retire and divide his kingdom among his three daughters. Cordelia's husband will be chosen for her immediately after Lear executes this "living will." Before he allots the shares, Lear asks each daughter to make a profession of her love for him in order to receive her entitlement. Goneril and ...

How Does The Author Enable The
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... writing technique is also distinctive in the way that he uses phrases and imagery to make what initially seem to be violent and grotesque descriptions an erotic and sexual encounter. This is a prominent theme when the main character is murdering his young virgins and dissecting various ‘smells.’ Through these various techniques of Suskind’s, we are drawn into the world of Jean Baptiste Grenouille. It is to be analysed in this essay how we are able to experience what Grenouille feels. The reader is confronted with the issues of acceptance and finding love both of which are relevant to human n ...

Jane Eyre: Ladies First
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... girl and is financially sound. She is raised by her maternal father. In Emma, Emma Woodhouse is in search of finding the appropriate man for herself is the main theme. As the reader goes deeper into the text Emma slowly progresses into a self-deception. Having since childhood been obliged to manage her father, she still likes to manage things, and particularly people. She manages to manipulate everyone except Mr. George Knightley. In Jane Eyre, Jane demonstrates a strong need to be herself, to take responsibility for her action. She is put to the test by her daily teasing and abuse from her cousins. When s ...

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... is sacrificed. The peoples of the northern kingdom have fallen from God's grace due to their worship of God's other than the one true God. The following text describes my opinions, others opinions, and my observations of the book Hosea. The book begins with God telling Hosea to marry an adulterous wife . He does this to show the relationship of the Israelites adultery to God by worshipping idols and other God's. Hosea marries Gomer and they have a son. God informs Hosea to name the child Jezreel because he is going to punish the house of Jehu for the massacre at Jezreel. Later they have a daughter and ...

A Tale Of Two Cities: Assorted Themes
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... Carton met his death with great dignity. In fulfilling his old promise to Lucie, Carton attains peace; those watching see "The peacefullest man's face ever beheld"(366) at the guillotine. Charles Darnay gives up his estate in France, for the idea of working in England. His decision to become a teacher put him in a conflict with his uncle, the Marquis St. Evremonde. Miss Pross lost her hearing when she tried to stop Madame Defarge from killing Lucie and her family. Miss Pross was the loyal servant for Lucie. She showed her loving devotion to Lucie by fighting off Madame Defarge. Many characters are skilled w ...

An Analysis Of “Roses, Rhododendron”
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... to move to another state to continue her antique business there. Jane loves this new place very much. Some how I sense a dynamic character in Jane, because of a sudden from a pretty young girl, she talked of foul language by saying “ God damn,” which was not very popular in south at the time. Even though she has been away from her dad, but she is happy with her new friends in town. She find it very comforting and joyful when she spends time with her friends Emily and Harriet. Her mother is having a hard time making money and writes letter to John asking for financial help. Jane spends most of her time with her f ...

Merchant Of Venice 2
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... Shylock is a usurer and a malevolent, blood-thirsty old man consumed with plotting the downfall of his enemies. He is a malignant, vengeful character, filled with venomous malice; a picture of callous, unmitigated villainy, deaf to every appeal of humanity. Shylock is the antagonist counterpart to the naive, essentially good Antonio, the protagonist, who must defend himself against the devil Shylock. The evil he represents is one of the reasons Shakespeare chose to illustrate Shylock as a Jew. According to many historians, Jews of his time were seen as the children of the Devil, the crucifiers of Christ and s ...

The Great Gatsby: Morals And American Idealism
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... who becomes corrupt, so to say, he doesn't respect the money which was virtually given to him when he was younger so now the great wealth is out to destroy him in a way. Gatsby takes things for granted because he didn't have to word to get the Upper Class status which he now has. An example of this is also one of the main parts of the story. Daisy, Nick's cousin and the wife of Tom Buchanon, once knew Gatsby when they were in high school together and they had a thing going. After a while they separated and Gatsby went into the Armed Forces. Now, at the time when this story takes place in the spring of the 1920' ...

There Are No Children Here
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... his studer enough to spell the word and he ran out of time. Even though this happened, he believed in himself and tried again. At the spelling bee, he determination showed. He thought out the words and concentrated on every letter to make sure he didn't studder. On the last round, he was against his friend Clarise. Pharoah missed his word and Clarise won the spelling bee. Pharoah was still very please because his friend won and second place was good for him. This shows how good of a character he was. It takes a very unselfish person to be able to be happy with what you have and also be happy for your ...

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